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Google Shares the Future of Search Engine Optimization in Web Design

For the past 15 years, optimizing website design for Google’s complex search engine algorithm has been almost entirely link-based. The more quality links pointing at your website meant greater page authority and a higher ranking. That is about to change if Google’s recently released document titled ‘Knowledge-Based Trust: Estimating the Trustworthiness of Web Sources’ is any indication of the future [...]

By |September 15th, 2015|Categories: Website Design|0 Comments

Should Your Small Business Consider Apple Pay for eCommerce

This past holiday season witnessed Apple just getting started with its eCommerce product Apple Pay and already huge corporations like Chevron are getting on board with Apple Pay at its pumps starting in early in the new year, and we have to admit that the team at Buffalo Website Design is ecstatic with the range of possibilities Apple will bring [...]

By |April 30th, 2015|Categories: Website Design|0 Comments

Google Cracks Down on the Lazy SEO Hacks

In 2005, Matt Cutts - Google’s resident search engine optimization evangelist advised small business owners ‘not to hire an assclown SEO that makes doorway pages with sneaky redirects’ and ten years later Google is bringing the hammer down. Brian White, from Google’s Webspam team added “We have a long-standing view that doorway pages that are created solely for search engine [...]

By |April 16th, 2015|Categories: Website Design|0 Comments

Are Consumers Using Twitter to Make Buying Decisions?

A recent study conducted by Millward Brown suggests that Twitter users have greater disposable income and buy 21.7% more than non-Twitter users - and that Twitter users shop online 2.6 times more. The study continues to suggest that consumers are using Twitter to learn about a new products and that nearly half of female Twitter users say that Twitter content [...]

By |April 9th, 2015|Categories: Website Design|0 Comments

Why Your Website Should Avoid Integrating Facebook Comments

Every website designer is familiar with Facebooks’ comment plugin - it’s been a reliable option for years - but considering the recent events with Starbucks as well as some other local brands who have seemingly committed brand Hari-Kari, your friendly neighborhood Buffalo Website Design team would highly encourage small business to avoid comments on your website. First of all, your [...]

By |April 2nd, 2015|Categories: Website Design|0 Comments

Twitter Releases WordPress Plug-in for Wed Designers

Late last month, web designers received some great news in the wake of Google’s Hummingbird release placing even a greater emphasis on social media. Twitter has released a Wordpress plug-in that brings a wide-variety of features together in one legitimate plug-in. Niall Kennedy was quoted as saying “We created this plugin to serve the common needs of most modern publishers [...]

By |March 26th, 2015|Categories: Website Design|0 Comments