According to CNET back in the July 2008 Google had 60 percent of the 8 billion searches in the month and this search giant keeps getting more and more popular in all countries all around the world. With this in mind, itвЂ™s vital for any business to know what Google thinks about your website and whether your potential clients will find it and like it.
With lots of tools available online itвЂ™s sometimes really hard to choose the one you need and get an idea of what is going on with your website as well as understand what are the things you need to keep an eye on. Hundreds of SEO tools most of which are commercial, analytics tools, traffic tools, marketing tools, keyword research tools are being discussed and advertised here and there and you donвЂ™t know which us the best and of course you want the best. You need all the possible statistics in one place, you need it visually appealing and you want to see how this or that factor influences your website. Saying this weвЂ™ll try to make your life easier. Below you will find the tools (almost all of them are free) you need to have on your radar screen for your website to be a success.
Among the most popular submissions on DesignFloat we can find the free amazing WP themes, but can we say that WordPress is the most popular blogging software? Well, that depends on the target audience.В Say if I were a housewife would I like to go into hosting stuff and domain name registration, spending additional money on that, having headache trying to handle the installation and something called database? No, I definitely wouldnвЂ™t. I donвЂ™t need a server to share the secrets of my favorite cookies or some advices about kids illnesses. The keyword is simplicity. I know how IвЂ™d call my blog and I know the colors IвЂ™d like to see, is it possible to start a blog having this info and willingness only? Yes it is, and the answer is Blogger from Google.
De Bijenkorf: The bargain hunt
Published: October 2008
Design*Sponge is a daily website dedicated to home and product design run by Brooklyn-based writer, Grace Bonney. Launched in August of 2004, Design*Sponge features store and product reviews, sale and contest announcements, new designer profiles, trend forecasting and store/studio tours.
We have prepared a small collection of free professional Halloween Icons, Smileys, Fonts, Templates and a pumpkin tutorial to help you meet the Halloween and update your websites easily. Enjoy!
Free amazing Halloween Smiles
“In the garden, Autumn is, indeed the crowning glory of the year, bringing us the fruition of months of thought and care and toil. And at no season, safe perhaps in Daffodil time, do we get such superb colour effects as from August to November.”
В Rose G. Kingsley, The Autumn Garden
Pepsi-Cola is the world’s most famous #2 multi-billion dollar brand. We’ve prepared a short history, hope you’ll like it.
I thought it’s still early to write about Halloween…but it turned out to be that it’s even too late! Submission to most of Halloween design contests have been stopped today at 11:59:59 p.m. Eastern Time…sad as it is, but Halloween is not the end of the world and many other contests are waiting for your creative works.
Some contests are still active, we tried to prepare a brief info below…
In the earlier post DesignFloat has prepared the amazing collection of 31 Russian websites for inspiration, today we decided to pay our attention to the websites of British designers, illustrators, photographers. My first impression was, the websites are very simple ans minimalistic, I thought this would change once I review more websites, more portfolios, but no, it didn’t… No bright screaming colors, no shock, no excitement, just a pure simplicity and clarity. For me it was some kind of a relief and revelation, like a fresh air in the smoked room, like a glass of cold water in summer.
Online portfolio of UK designer and illustrator Mike Harrison