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Do you remember the article I wrote a couple of months ago? I advised you that Google would push down all the websites not optimized for smartphones.
We don't have to wait a lot, in this article you'll see the threatening email that I received directly from Google.
Today I want to tell you about a new rakning factor that will grow in importance for Google... after that do not tell me that I have not warned you!
...read all the article.
Recently both Google and Bing have made an important announcement that will affect websites that are not optimized for mobile devices.
Even if your website is able to adapt to all screen sizes, this article could still affect you very closely.
Discover what are the important news and perform a quick test to see if you're ready for the new search engines results.
You have done it perfectly!
You have written a great post, you published it on Facebook with a perfect headline and an attracting call to action.
Your page has 5000 fans, but the post is displayed only to 20 of them and you get barely one like.
Here's the explanation. Not a useless list of engaging best practices, but the real explanation.
Let's see what's happening inside Facebook mind and take the countermeasures...
Posting links on social media (Facebook, Twitter, etc..) its a daily practice, usually blog articles, new products or a description of your professional services.
The problem is that often these links look graphically disappointing, so they catch very few visitors.
I promise you that after reading this article the appearance of your links will no longer be left to chance, you will have full control over the images and descriptive texts.
There is a well-known bug on Internet Explorer 10 for WIndows Phone 8 that avoids responsive web sites to display correctly. The cause is that Internet Explorer 10 doesn't differentiate device width from viewport width, and thus doesn't properly apply the media queries in your favorite responsive CSS framework.
You can find many fixes on the client side, but if you're using ASP.NET, you have the chance to fix it server side with only few lines of code.
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