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Progressive Web Apps Mobile WebDev 

Progressive Web Apps compared to Mobile Apps

Since Google announced that their browser would support service workers and therefore progressive web apps, website owners have been given the option to develop offline websites, add push notification functionality to websites and in general have gained the possibility to create content for the web that looks and feels almost like a native mobile application. While Google have attempted to narrow the gap between what users experience when visiting websites and navigate mobile applications, there are still some obvious differences. But overall, the search company have done quite well in…

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Small Business Website Business WebDev 

Essential Features Of A Small Business Website

A website is important in today’s time. It does not matter whether yours is a big company or a small entity, a website is important for one and all businesses. Without a website, no business across industries can hope to leverage the rising potential and prospects existing online. Your business needs a website for many reasons, including – To go online and boost the presence To reach across territories and geographies To reach to newer markets and newer audiences To spread the brand ideas and catch the attention of target…

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Freelancer Freelancing 

Quality vs. Cost: How to Find a Freelancer Who’s Just Right

When you are running a small business, you have to wear many different hats, so to speak, and whenever you can, you opt for a DIY approach, especially if you want to save some money. But sometimes, there are cases where you cannot stretch yourself anymore, and where outsourcing a portion of your work to freelances is a smart way to go. Many entrepreneurs have already realized the benefits of hiring freelancers over hiring full-time employees for certain projects. Not only have they gotten their projects done at a lower…

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How To Reduce Your Website’s Bounce Rate

One of the most misunderstood terms in Google Analytic is Bounce rate. We define bounce rate as the percentage of single page visits or web sessions. It has absolutely nothing to do with the duration an audience spends on a page. A high bounce rate generally means that the page on which a person lands on your website is not relevant to the visitor or that the visitor has not browsed any further from your landing page, instead has closed it to move on to some other website. Therefore a high…

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