No web developer today should be unfamiliar with the concept of responsive web design (RWD). Since the term was coined by Ethan Marcotte in May of 2010, the concept has been accepted as a best practice, the process has matured, and multiple options and implementations have emerged.
This has helped us refit the web for the devices that our users have today, and positioned it to work just fine no matter what new devices are dreamt up in the future. [more…]
Warrior Forum, the world’s largest Internet marketing community & marketplace recently launched Warrior Payments, a revolutionary all-in-one payments, analytics, affiliate marketing and distribution platform which will transform the way people sell products & services online.
How to reduce the risk of lost revenue through a quality website
It goes without saying that businesses want to earn as much money as possible. Adapting to the modern business environment can be tricky, but keeping on top of the game is essential to success.
Finding a business that does not have some form of online presence, whether through a webstore or social media page, is difficult. Being online allows businesses to access to a vast marketplace that is unrestricted by location.
WDMP has hired OgilvyOne creative team, Jorge Oliveira and Valentina Lauro. Having won Iris’ Academy of Extraordinary creative competition in 2013, the creative duo enjoyed stints at VCCP, WARL, Doner and TMW. They were then invited to join OgivlyOne’s social media team to work on Nescafe and Phillips.
At a meeting of the Commonwealth Heads of State in London, the Queen Mother was standing next to the King of Tonga outside Buckingham Palace, when suddenly, one of the horses of the Household Cavalry farted very loudly.
For any modern traveller the provision of a robust, reliable Wi-Fi in a hotel would surely seem as basic a utility as running water, but we all know from bitter experience that for many hotels this does not seem to compute.
We have found an article in Hospitality & Catering News @HandCNews that sets out for readers exactly what is expected by guests, with thoroughly researched independent sources, of what guests want and how hotels can provide what is expected.
Social media presents many challenges, and a B2B marketing roundtable event held recently by Hospitality & Catering News at the citizenM hotel in Bankside, London, sponsored by Armourcoat saw delegates from pub groups, hotels, restaurants and coffee shops come together to share learning.
Leading B2C website 'Great British Chefs' which is very active across many social media channels took part discussing their tactics and strategies, channel by channel, explaining how they use each, how effective they find them as well as the differing metrics used.
This is the first such event but we understand the Hospitality & Catering News team are currently planning more so we look forward to following this progress. [more…]