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.
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  • 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

    … was all over the place. They had accounts everywhere you could think of, from Facebook to Myspace, Pinterest to Photobucket. Most of them hadn’t been touched in well over a year. Only their Instagram page seemed to have any reasonable following, mostly due to one photographically minded employee. Step 2: Fixing the Mistakes of the Previous Social…

    Eric Sornoso/ Search Engine Journalin Social How To's- 8 readers -
  • 6 Lifesavers for Bloggers

    … you keep more of what you earn. 3. HR for payroll A successful blogger will eventually hire their own freelance editors, fact checkers, web developers and other pros. Payroll can be tricky, which is why relying on an outsourced agency is crucial. One discrepancy or missing one payment isn’t just troublesome, but might even lead to a lawsuit…

    Noemi Tasarra Twigg/ The Blog Heraldin Affiliate SEO- 7 readers -
  • New Year’s Resolutions for Entrepreneurs

    … that your site load beautifully and quickly on every single device (mobile or not) and browser. Your web developer or manager should be testing for this on a regular basis.” 4. Revisit your business plan – Go back to your original business plan and analyze where you have succeeded and where you have fallen down. Re-draft your plan to reflect your…

    Caitlynn Cush/ Scoopin Affiliate SEO- 8 readers -
  • 4 Steps to a Profitable Business

    … of business before going into next year. I have two fantastic tools to help you do just that and they’re absolutely free, Determine Your Niche and the 2015 Marketing Strategy Blueprint. Step 2 to a Profitable Business – Don’t Take on Bad Clients If a prospective client doesn’t fit your customer profile, don’t bring that client into your business. I…

    Tammy Hawk Bridges/ Perfect Marketing Equation- 14 readers -
  • Setting Up Your Search Engine Marketing (SEM) Strategy

    … can confidently say you have established a digital footprint and started to develop your digital strategy. Paid search plays into your larger digital strategy and it becomes very important that you can measure the traffic from organic and direct sources as well. You’ll also want to understand how your digital strategy can align and integrate…

    Hayley Cummings/ PPC Heroin Paid Search- 5 readers -
  • Want to Launch Your Book With a Bang? Then You Need This.

    … Want to start marketing your book in less than 10 minutes? I’ve asked Ben De Rienzo, co-founder and designer at Booklaunch.io, to share his expert tips and insights on how writers can use this one simple tool to build buzz and drive their book sales–and it can be set up in minutes. Want to know what it is? Keep reading! You’ve worked hard…

    Kimberley Grabas/ Your Writer Platformin Social- 27 readers -
  • Openings and New Hires at Belly, UBL, WorldNow, and FreshLime

    …-Level executives. The best thing about working here? You get to work with the one and only Mike Deluca and his senior handler Joe Laffer. Apply here Skyhook’s Boston office is growing rapidly, and they need additional product, project management, and engineering talent on the fly! Apply here y’all! Senior Software, Lead DevOps and Software…

    Kelly Benish/ Street Fightin SEO Twitter- 17 readers -
  • Stopping Spam for Good or How to Spam-proof Your Website Forms

    …. If JavaScript is enabled, then the library adds a class to the tag of ‘js’ that we can exploit. You can see in the image that it’s the first class it appends. You won’t be able to see these appended classes in the source code of the page, so you’ll need to use F12 Developer Tools (for Internet Explorer), Firebug (for Firefox) or Developer Tools…

    Kim Perry/ Dex Mediain Google How To's- 9 readers -
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