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Make a New Year's Resolution to Double Check Technology Decisions, Even If You're Kylie Jenner

Avoid an app crash like the one that recently befell the Kylie Jenner makeup tutorial. Here are five web development mistakes startups can't afford to keep making in 2016.

Eugene Vyborov

What Would James Bond Do? Channel the Charisma of 007 in Your Website Marketing.

Build a site that offers a seamless experience and an exciting ride, wrapped in an attractive package.

Tal Schwartz

3 Inexpensive or Even Free Ways to Forge Your Business Web Presence

Pizza parlors? Radio stations? Many businesses 'invisible online' are overlooking free ways to claim what's already theirs.

Derek Newton

How to Deal With Increasingly Picky Business-Software Buyers

Great UXpectations! The dark days of poor UX are finally lifting. Is your company involved?

Dharmesh Shah

The Power of Persuasion: Using Brain Science to Get Users to Act

Here is how to use data for your web design and user experience to get people to buy your product.

Lauren Ventura

The 7 Tenets of Branding

These fundamental principles of design and strategy will help your business stand the test of time.

Hamish Campbell

Be Sure to Balance SEO and User Experience in Your Web Page Design

Take Google's Advice: Focus on the user, and SEO will follow naturally.

Anca Bradley

Twitter: What Went Wrong

Twitter shows that you might have a great product and platform, but you still need to manage it right.

Steve Tobak

Good News for Your Inbox: LinkedIn Cuts Back on Annoying Emails

The company is decreasing the number of emails it sends to users.

Kate Taylor

6 Tips on Getting Customer Feedback and Making It Actionable

While qll entrepreneurs know that customer insights are invaluable to product design and continued improvement, acquiring and organizing useful feedback is easier said than done.

David Chait

Here's What Oculus Just Revealed at Its Much-Anticipated Press Event

Big news about partnerships and hand controllers, but still no word on a release date or a concrete price point.

Laura Entis

13 Ways to Show Customers You Love Them

A bigger marketing budget is great but it doesn't cost much to let customers know you appreciate them.