Hosting a separate mobile device site can create duplicate content in search engines. You need to tell search engine bots that your mobile pages are simply copies of your desktop pages but optimized for mobile apps and devices. This article discusses how to set a canonical link tag to help bots crawl your site and differentiate between a mobile page and a desktop page. The result is better indexing and rank for your mobile site that brings in more mobile search users.
Zero Code Tech
...because I also write quite a lot of tech stuff that isn't necessarily programming. Every article in this category is a technology article. Some are even problem-solving (or how-to) articles. But generally, they contain zero code (or maybe very little generic code). If you love tech, but are not exactly a software developer, you should be able to follow and appreciate the content in this section.
Web development trends today are incredibly different from trends from a decade ago. Good web design increases ROI and sales, increases search engine rank and SEO, and it attracts more users to bookmark your site. This article describes 5 old school website design trends that you should ditch for an update.
Take a job, or start your own business? If this question is drifting around in your brain, it’s time to seriously consider becoming an entrepreneur. This article looks at nine great reasons you should step out of the daily grind and start doing your own thing.
Computer viruses are much different than what they were 20 years ago. New malware steals your identity, and viruses are even written for mobile devices. This article describes the common and especially nasty viruses that are used in identity theft and stealing your data.
Apps have come to define our mobility. Today, no handset or tablet is complete without a downloaded app. We’ve grown used to apps, have come to depend on apps, but how many of us understand the nuts and bolts of app development? This article describes the three kinds of apps.
In Microsoft Outlook, rules, known as search folders allow users to see mail that meets specific criteria at a glance. Search folders are similar to libraries in Microsoft Windows 7, and a message can appear in multiple search folders after the user creates the rule. Outlook offers many suggestions for search folders while users can create their own combinations of rules.