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With its emphasis on white space, bold buttons and clear typography, flat design has the potential to let products shine.
Green Hat Gin blends old aesthetics with new technology for a stirring online experience.
Your digital marketing efforts are lost on a percentage of Americans who simply never go online.
Nailing down a domain name is an important step in branding your business, but it's also a tricky one. Here's what you should consider.
How to use the free website metrics tool to better understand your customers and track e-commerce and ads.
Optimizely found a way to make website optimization easier and everyone from Obama to venture captalists took notice.
Consider improving these aspects of your website to attract customers and sales.
One product. Two target markets. How many websites should be created? Ask Entrepreneur's branding and marketing expert solves the equation and shows how one size can indeed fit all.
If identity theft and government requests for information are making you think twice about the virtual tracks you're creating, consider one of these options for masking your movements online.
From choosing a registrar to maintaining your site, expert advice on how to keep your online business presence running, trouble-free.
Consider publishing multimedia, linking to other pages on your site and other strategies for making your site more 'sticky.'
New York-based bMobilized has an algorithm which will generate a version of your company's website specifically designed to fit mobile devices.
In this week's column, Entrepreneur's Team Digital looks at techniques that even savvy businesses overlook when building an online presence.
Does your website look as good on a mobile device as it does on a TV? If not, digital design expert Janine Warner tells what changes you need to make and why.
Growing social networking site SoulPancake aims to be a 'question collective' where users discuss and debate their deepest philosophical quandaries.
These sites go beyond simple error messages with humor and some brand personality.
The tech giant launches articles and videos that explain how to recover when your site has been compromised.
In our 24/7 world, a website going down for even an hour could wreak havoc on your growing business. Here's how to prepare for and prevent those gut-wrenching site outages.
SigFig audits investment portfolios to uncover extra charges.
DIY web platform helps clear up possible identity mix-ups online that could cost you business or your reputation.
Consider these free and low-cost tools that can have your website up and running quickly.
Don't turn customers away by missing these critical homepage features.
RoommateFit, an online matching software modeled after online dating sites, grew out of Justin Mares' bad roommate experience his freshman year.
Follow these three steps to keep business flowing even if your site goes dark.