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Google's Mobile-friendly update has left many business owners scrambling for solutions to their website issues. Here's some tips to navigate those treacherous waters. 

 Is your website primed for the future of search? In this infographic, we'll detail the importance of investing in the customer experience on your website with UX.

Is your website vulnerable to the Google Snack Pack Update? Click here to learn more.

What makes a good website? What's going to keep people engaged? We've got some answers for your business

SEO, Twitter, Facebook. Are all of these things confusing and vying for your attention? We've got the lowdown on digital. 

Do you get frustrated with non-responsive websites on your mobile device or tablet? Don't be one of those sites! Google provides easy to use tools to check if your website is mobile-friendly. 

Have you noticed a recent drop in your email activity? Are your important business emails being affected?

Google has recently rolled out another round of "refreshes" in the way your website appears in its searches. Does this recent round affects you?

Are you looking to use Facebook for something more than checking up on your old flames? Let us help you get started on a Facebook business campaign.

Sure, it may not be a part of your job description and you've gotten along just fine for years without touching any code. What would you even use it for if you did learn a programming language? For marketeres though, there are some great benefits to even learning just a little bit of basic code. Don't believe us? Read on to learn all our tips. 

A few years back, ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) decided to open up the top-level domain registry to include branded domain extensions. With over 400 newly approved options, and thousands more on the way, business owners can now own their web address of choice with a .photography, .guru, or .lawyer extension should the coveted .com already be taken. But is it worth it?

Have you ever felt the need to check your website's performance while you are away from your desk? Well, you're in luck! As of today, both Android and iPhone users may now access their data through the official Google Analytics App.

If you've been keeping up on your national tech news, then you've probably heard about the most recent security vulnerability that's making headlines: the Heartbleed bug. The bug preys on a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL software library, allowing information that is normally protected through secure encryption to be accessed by outside parties. The vulnerable data includes private information that users enter into websites, applications, web email, and even instant messages.