Web Developer

A web developer is a programmer who specializes in, or is specifically engaged in, the development of World Wide Web applications, or distributed network applications that are run over HTTP from a web server to a web browser.
Posts about Web Developer
  • 14 Data Visualization Tools to Tell Better Stories with Numbers

    … information in context. Hundreds of tools are now available to chart, create dashboards, and better measure and manage data. They range in sophistication from “drag and drop,” plug-ins and widgets to JavaScript that is likely to involve a web developer; prices range from open source to thousands of dollars per year. Data visualization adds a narrative…

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  • How to Revive Your Social Media Campaign

    …? This business, I found, had a decent but neglected website. They had a blog, but they posted haphazardly. Their content was good, and they had avoided any major Google penalties. No signs of negative SEO or previous bad link building. It looked like their web developer was competent, but their SEO manager was lazy. Their social media presence…

    Eric Sornoso/ Search Engine Journalin Social How To's- 14 readers -
  • 6 Lifesavers for Bloggers

    Being a freelancer blogger is no easy task; after all, it’s pretty stressful not knowing when a project will end, figuring out where your next client is coming from, or making sure that you’re completing blogs in the right amount of time to lead to a lucrative hourly rate. Luckily, there’s a plethora of other professionals at the ready who can make your blogging career a little easier.

    Noemi Tasarra Twigg/ The Blog Herald- 12 readers -
  • New Year’s Resolutions for Entrepreneurs

    Posted on 23 December 2014. It’s almost that time of year again when people around the world are resolving to improve this or that. Lose weight, exercise more frequently, stop smoking, spend less, etc. All of those types of resolutions are for the everyday person. However, what about the entrepreneur? Sure, do your normal everyday person’s resolutions, like those above, bu ...

    Caitlynn Cush/ Scoop- 11 readers -
  • 4 Steps to a Profitable Business

    … will end up costing you more money than they’re worth. Bad clients cost a lot of money! They’re cancer to a growing a business. A book that gave me a ton of great perspective on this subject is The Pumpkin Plan by Mike Michalowicz. If you have a consultative business this is a must-read especially for you. This book has a permanent residence on my…

    Tammy Hawk Bridges/ Perfect Marketing Equation- 23 readers -
  • Setting Up Your Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Strategy

    … performance. Make sure that you are setup to report every action, event, and conversion. An agency or in-house PPC team is only as good as the goals you give them. If you know your goal is not realistic, revise it. Setting an unrealistic goal that is too aggressive will only lead to a loss of acquisition and/or revenue for the business…

    Hayley Cummings/ PPC Heroin Paid Search- 7 readers -
  • Want to Launch Your Book With a Bang? Then You Need This.

    … consider these based on budget, your technical skill level and the time you have before you launch. There are pros and cons for each option. Option 1: Hire a professional Hiring a professional web developer makes sense if you have ample time and are willing to allocate a larger budget. This is the most expensive option, but gives you the ultimate…

    Kimberley Grabas/ Your Writer Platformin Social- 34 readers -
  • Openings and New Hires at Belly, UBL, WorldNow, and FreshLime

    … heavily involved with the development of Orange Soda two things are certain; he really must love citrus fruits and catering to small businesses! Paul Donlan – UBL The original Pauly D just got promoted to COO from President of international business development at my alma mater Universal Business Listing. I had the opportunity to catch up…

    Kelly Benish/ Street Fightin SEO Twitter- 27 readers -
  • Stopping Spam for Good or How to Spam-proof Your Website Forms

    … like a full time job; as a small business owner you don’t have time for it. There are lots of ways to help prevent spam (including the honey pot technique, which we previously covered). They all seem to cut down on the spam, but do any of them stop the spam for good? As a web developer, the best approach is to use multiple techniques. WARNING…

    Kim Perry/ Dex Mediain Google How To's- 14 readers -
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