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En realidad, el primer nombre de Google no fue exactamente Google. Antes de que los fundadores Sergey Brin y Larry Page se decidieran por ese nombre, el motor de búsquedas, un proyecto que nació en sus épocas de Standord, era conocido como ‘BackRub’ (masaje en la espalda).
Quienes navegamos en Internet desde hace algunos años, experimentamos los cambios que trajo consigo Google: un buscador que poco a poco se fue posicionando en el gusto de los usuarios por su sencillez y su eficacia en las búsquedas. A 15 años de su llegada, hoy es el sitio Web más visitado del mundo y mundo y la segunda marca con mayor valor de mercado. Sigue leyendo
It’s been an exciting few months for Google Tag Manager. As referenced in our previous post this morning, Google Tag Manager is now serving twice the amount of traffic it was in April 2013 and we have been steadily adding features. Recently, at Google I/O, we announced that Google Tag Manager will also work with mobile applications.
When you change themes, sometimes the new theme is not able to display the widgets well. This is not such a big problem in the case of standard widgets, such as Archives and Pages. But, you might have painstakingly created several customized scripts and hand written codes having hand-entered parameters. How can you prevent such a disaster from happening while changing your WordPress theme? You need to take care of some aspects while changing the theme to avoid this problem.
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- 1. SAVING SIDEBAR CODES
- 2. STAT TRACKING CODE
- 3. CHECKING PLUGINS FOR DELETING
- 4. WORKING OF THE PLUGINS
- 5. CHANGES IN DESIGN AND COLOR OF ADS
- 6. RSS FEED SUBSCRIPTIONS
- 7. CHECK OUT SECONDARY FEATURES
- 8. TESTING ON MULTIPLE BROWSERS
- 9. CARE IN MAKING MODIFICATIONS
- 10. INFORMING USERS
- 11. BACKUP FOR WIDGETS
- 12. BACK UP EVERYTHING
- 13. CHECK OUT THE LINKS
- 14. REMOVING UNWANTED LINKS/WIDGETS
- 15. RESEARCHING A NEW THEME
Prior to launching a loyalty program, smart marketers build ROI models…
…that forecast incremental profits based on anticipated lifts across three key customer revenue variables: average order size, yearly purchase frequency, and yearly retention rates. These models make assumptions on funding, breakage, and participation rates to estimate results.
- How can you tell what loyalty members would have spent if no program existed?
- New customers are a particularly good segment to break out for high-level comparison.
- The purest way to measure incremental lift is to randomly assign every existing and new customer to a control group.
For example, “Compare Members versus Nonmembers” section, we performed the following analysis:
• Identified every shopper, loyalty program member and nonmember that made at least one purchase over first three months of loyalty program. For the member group, the purchase had to be made within 24 hours of registering for the loyalty program.
WordPress is a popular website publishing platform. What once was primarily a blogging system has now evolved into a flexible and robust CMS used by both small businesses and large corporations alike.
When working with clients, front-end developers are often expected to produce creative, cutting edge content in a very short period of time.
And beyond staying innovative, there can often be a lot of redundant coding and debugging which requires a careful, meticulous eye. Between managing client expectations and trying to produce well-designed sites in a reasonable amount of time, developers can really feel the pinch.
Fortunately, there is an immense amount of resources to help aid with WordPress development.
In this article, I’ve seeded through tons of stuff to bring you a list of my favorite free WordPress resources for designers and developers. From discovering inspiration to choosing the right WordPress theme framework, I hope you’ll find just what you need to kick start your next project.
WordPress Theme Design Inspiration
One of the toughest parts of web design can often be just getting started. And even once you’ve begun to build your wireframes or designed your layouts, it’s easy to fall into the stylistic rhythms you’ve used in the past. This is why it’s important to continually research and interact with the work of other WordPress theme designers.
The following sites are a great place to engage with new and fresh designs to keep you pumping out those jaw-dropping projects.
WordPress Tag on CSS Awards
El equipo de Domo ha elaborado una infografía en la que se muestran interesantes datos sobre lo que acontece en la red en apenas 60 segundos.
Written by Jeff Bullas
Here is an infographic that gives you an overview that sums it up in a glance or two.
Read more at http://www.jeffbullas.com/#6x5F6fUDWPtUFKOu.99
PowerPoint 2013 has just reached its beta version. So has it been worth the wait?
Jo Fahey from Eyeful Presentations puts PowerPoint 2013 through its paces.
Look and Feel
When you first open PowerPoint 2013 you are instantly struck by the sleek new look and feel. This is not only visually appealing but makes the whole program feel very solid and reliable. Also the default slide size is now 16×9 rather than the traditional 4×3 – an improvement which we’ve been looking forward to for a while now.
It may look a little different, but the ribbon is still there and the layout of this has barely changed. What has changed, though, is when you right click and select format shape, the window for this now appears to the right and as a solid part of PowerPoint, rather than floating ethereally. It takes a little getting used to, but essentially it’s the same.
Not a lot’s changed on the template front, with PowerPoint 2013 sticking to the same format as its 2010 and 2007 predecessors. We’re great believers in hanging on to what works, so there’s no disappointment on that front.
It’s the Insert Tab on the ribbon that’s changed most. Colours are the same as before but the gradient fill pre-sets have really improved to give a more modern look and feel. Sigue leyendo
>By Siobhan McKeown | wp.smashingmagazine.com
WordPress security is serious business. Exploits of vulnerabilities in WordPress’ architecture have led to mass compromises of servers through cross-site contamination. WordPress’ extensibility increases its vulnerability; plugins and themes house flawed logic, loopholes, Easter eggs, backdoors and a slew of other issues. Firing up your computer to find that you’re supporting a random cause or selling Viagra can be devastating.
A Bit About Our Security Expert: Meet Tony
What Makes WordPress Vulnerable?
If you don’t have the resources for a full SEO campaign, you don’t have to worry. The good news is that you can get away with bare minimum SEO. This will enable you to be competitive enough even with your limited resources. For smaller businesses and some larger ones, SEO is not an option because of various reasons.