Responsive design can be a great solution for mobile websites, but not always. Learn about the pros and cons.
Google recommends implementing the Vary: User Agent HTTP header, but doing so may put a strain on your web server.
Have you ever wanted a site to appear in country-specific organic search results, without going through the trouble of creating full-blown country-specific sites? Well, you’re in luck, but be ready to act like a guinea pig! One of the most rewarding aspects of search engine optimization, is continually working in unique, and sometimes, strange situations. We [...]
Today, we would like to introduce the RKG RegExp Duck Filter as an alternative method for creating and organizing AdGroups, using the words within the phrases themselves.
Mentioned earlier, the GreaseMonkey script which pushes starred items from Google Reader into Delicious.
GreaseMonkey lets you change how other people’s web pages look and how they function — just in your own browser, of course.
For better or worse, this is where online retail is heading, and your marketing and merchandising teams will benefit from being there at the beginning.
There is no substitute for flexible systems and smart, well-trained users.
Taking a look at the first month and a half of Q1, it looks like the pain in the retail sector is spreading and deepening.
We’re hiring engineers.
The Linux Recovery disk method worked great when a home computer bluescreened.
An excellent powerpoint giving technical background on some newer approaches for websites attacks..
Allowing inbound links to fail on nonexistent pages is a marketing crime.
If advanced database topics quicken your pulse, check out OpenSQL Camp.
Our blog just crossed the 100,000 mark on spam blog comments.
Posting my solution on how to export starred posts from Google Reader.
Never send fatal errors to outside world.
Driving in this morning, three stories on NPR caught my ear as having a paid search angle.
I’ve been using Google’s new browser for a day and a half now. I like it.
In the next few days, Google will release an open source browser named Chrome.
Our thanks to the MSN engineers for the many calls and emails clarifying the V5.1 API docs. These are places we hit snags.
Here’s a new RKGDuck video showing how in a couple minutes you can write a powerful filter to assist with cleaning up keyword lists.
For the third year, we’re proud to have sponsored the annual North American Perl conference, a great geek conference which occurred last week in Chicago.
Online retailers seeking more agility in their web development should give “Getting Real” by 37Signals a thoughtful read.
Crazy idea for a e-comm architecture: render the whole site in static HTML each evening, with prices and quantities accurate as of when written. Then use tiny fast AJAX calls throughout the day to update only those few bytes on each page that really change.