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10 Reasons to Switch to a Responsive Website Immediately

For many businesses, switching to a responsive website can be perceived as a significant investment that takes time, money and resources. But in a world of mobile and wearable web devices, companies which ignore responsive web design do so at their own risk. Here are ten reasons why you need to switch to a responsive website immediately.

 

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3 Well-Crafted Websites in Dubai

What are the key elements of a good website? Appealing design, simple navigation, and content that answers a user’s most important questions: “what does your brand do?” and “what’s in it for me?”. All of these elements must be woven around a key concept – the brand’s USP – to tell a compelling story that will draw the user in.

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A Comparative Study of the 4 Most Popular CMS Solutions in the world

For a long time, building and managing a website was a very tech-heavy project, something that only those with continuous access to an expert technical team would dare undertake. That was before content management systems burst into the scene. With CMS, we suddenly had a disruptive new form of technology, offering a dynamic, flexible and easy-to-use web development alternative.

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Google’s Rankbrain algorithm and how it affects SEO

In October of 2015 Google quietly released one of the biggest revisions to its search engine in recent times. While most major changes to Google’s search infrastructure (nearly 500 of which are released every year) are updates and improvements to its search algorithm, this one was different. Known as RankBrain, it is a form of robotic technology, a machine learning system that could learn and evolve on its own, providing smarter, more intuitive results with a better-than-human understanding.

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Urgent need for Health & Wellness in our Offices

The more we embrace digital technologies and modern means of communication in our lives, the more “sedentary” becomes a definition of our lifestyle.

The human body was never built to be seated for long hours at a stretch. Our modern office culture of continuous sitting has affected our health in the form of a whole range of repetitive stress and serious, long term ailments and diseases. Unless we take urgent steps to adopt health and wellness initiatives at our workplaces, we are going to end up with a whole generation of professionals irreparably damaged by their modern sedentary lifestyle.

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