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Is Google Coming for you and your website?

+-*Did you know that from April 21st Google will start ranking mobile-friendly (responsive) websites higher in searches on phones or tablets.   What does this mean? Mobile search makes up nearly 30% of all searches done on Google. From April 21st, searches from mobile...


Is your private information protected online?

+-*Your name, email and address could be online for all to see… Did you know, when registering a domain name, your personal details are submitted as a requirement to the WHOIS database, which is searchable, by anyone. This often leads to people mining this...


WhoIS the minister of your personal affairs?

+-*WhoIs stands for “Who is?” If you are looking for a domain – WhoIs lookup can tell you if it’s already taken and provide contact information of the domain owner. WhoIs domain information can help you determine the proper contact for any domain listed...


Webafrica Acquires Ghetto Records

+-*In a stroke of genius, Webafrica has expanded its horizons into the world of music with the acquisition of Ghetto Records for an undisclosed sum. Webafrica CEO Tim Wyatt-Gunning says he’s “super thrilled by a terrific new partnership which proves yet again that we...


Adwords Upgraded URLs

+-*  Google’s recent announcement of the upgraded URLs format is probably the biggest change to come to Adwords so far this year but the question is what will this do? It will essentially be giving Adwords users more control over their URLs when it...


To build links or not to build links

+-*We’ve chatted about site structure and doing keyword research, but we’re yet to discuss one of the most important topics of SEO: link building. This is one helluva big topic and it’s impossible to cover it a single blog post so today we’re going...


Learn: ‘Progressive disclosure’

+-*Here’s a juicy design term for you: ‘progressive disclosure’. I use this design technique all the time, and it is the foundation for a wide variety of the most common design patterns you see on the web today. In normal English, it means to...