We’re giving out three premium WordPress themes from TemplateMonster — one of the oldest providers of website templates and themes on the Internet. Read this post to learn how you can win the WordPress theme of your choice from the TemplateMonster site.
Mobile does not just mean smartphones anymore. The word has metamorphosed into an all-encompassing term for any computing device not permanently tied to a wall outlet.
While there are a billion phones in use worldwide, over 52 million tablets were sold in the last quarter of 2012 alone, and tablet sales are predicted to overtake notebook sales by 2016.
Tailoring your website to offer an optimized mobile experience that automatically adjusts itself to multiple device types will very soon be a requirement rather than a feature.
We recently published a giveaway of SnackTools VIP memberships to celebrate its newest addition: NotifySnack. Three winners were randomly chosen from the comments on the giveaway post. Read this post to find out if you were one of the lucky winners!
TeamLab, a suite of cloud computing business web applications, is giving away five accounts that will give the winners a half-decade subscription to their 1-5 active users/5GB storage per user subscription plan. Each of these subsciption plans is worth $250. Read on to learn how to win a 5-year subscription to this awesome cloud-computing suite of business web applications.
A few startups choose to have mascots–playful fictional characters that represent the company. Some popular examples of website mascots/characters are Reddit’s alien mascot, AppSumo’s sumo wrestler character and MailChimp’s chimp character. Mascots create a memorable brand experience for your site visitors.
In this article, we’d like to share our company’s experience in developing our mascot.
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.