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Free Bootstrap Templates That Inspire Anyone

Open-source development is a popular method of development collaboration which includes permission for others to use and share source code.  It is effective for community collaboration, as developers provide constructive creativity and contributions to projects.  Bootstrap is one of those projects, and while it provides an excellent framework, it requires more development in terms of front end organization and design. …

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How To Use Printed Catalogs To Drive Online Sales in 2019

Until the recent few years, catalogs were mainly preferred as the primary source of advertising for brands. However, digitalization has changed all that. Online trends are majorly used for marketing in our current day and age. But, the one thing that most marketers fail to realize that catalogs still hold a place in the market and are as significant as …

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Choosing the Best SEO Hosting for Your Website

SEO friendly hosting (Search Engine Optimization) is a new term that has recently appeared in the field of web hosting. SEO hosting differs from the regular hosting that we used to hear about in the website hosting world. Both however refer to hosting of websites through web hosting companies, but SEO hosting may be meant to increase visitors access to …

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20 Ways To Reduce Loading Time And Improve A Website’s SEO

If you have a business website which has remained untouched from the very moment it was designed, think again? A website which is not optimized and has slow loading time could lead to falling in conversions, page views as well as customer dissatisfaction. Ultimately, a slow website is something that immediately affects the engagement on your website which is not …

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Vendor Risk Management & Complying With GDPR 

Risk exposure is haphazard, whether a company is large or small. Since the GDPR is now entirely imposed, organizations should observe best practices that are compliant. Among these is putting in place a robust vendor risk management program to help in identifying, tracking, and monitoring your firm’s risk exposure. Under the GDPR, your organization is likely to face penalties, fines, …

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How to Optimize Websites for Google’s Featured & Rich Snippets

Google has made it simple for users to look for information using featured snippets. Featured snippet appears as one of the search results on the Google search engine. The search engine results page (SERP) is no longer loaded with links of other websites. Featured snippet provides the answer to the question asked in a few sentences right on the SERP. …

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Choosing LambdaTest for Selenium Automation

In the world of software development, it is very important never to forget about the testing phase. This topic has been heard by a developer throughout his working life: since he started studying, until he retires, going through articles like this one; and it will continue to be that way for a long time since it is the way to …

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Protecting Your E-commerce Website from Hacking

When first coined, the term hacker meant a person who enjoyed exploring the details of programmable systems and their capabilities. Even the US government hired groups of security experts whose job was to hack into the government’s own computer systems in order to identify weak points and improve security. Unfortunately, today the term has gained a negative connotation and the …

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Why is Your Website Struggling to Get Traffic in 2019?

If you are getting traffic on your website, getting business would be easy as the website would always have a good customer count. The problem starts when you stop getting traffic and this problem increases when you are not aware of it. A lot of websites do not use an analytics tool to keep a constant check on the rate …

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10 Ways to Reduce Bounce Rate

If you manage a website, you probably know about various ways to attract visitors. But making people land on your site isn’t enough. In most cases, if somebody visits a page, but leaves without continuing two other pages, this visitor is considered lost. The percentage of such users is the bounce rate of the given web page. So if out …

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