Tag: Browsers

Getting Started with Twitter Spaces

Let’s face it. As marketers, we’re always wondering how to reach more people, get more opens and clicks, drive traffic, and get more conversions. Mobile apps have been terrific at […]

Does Your Website Need Web Push Notifications?
Posted on June 5, 2018
alert bell on desktop computer Let's face it. As marketers, we're always wondering how to reach more people, get more opens and clicks, drive traffic, and get more conversions.
Mobile apps have been terrific at generating visits and conversions because of their ability to send push notifications to users. We've all gotten used to [...]
A Look Back at 2009: My Favorite Statistics and Trends Web Sites
Posted on January 7, 2010
It's the new year and it's customary to look at the previous year and make predictions about the upcoming year or decade.  Every day in my e-mail inbox, I get a flood of Top Ten lists.  So where do I go when I need statistics about which Web browser is [...]
What’s So Cool About Cooliris?
Posted on August 18, 2009
I just discovered CoolIris, a browser plug-in that lets me surf images and videos in a cool, new way. Browser plugs-in are small pieces of software that extend the capabilities of your Web browser.  In this case, I downloaded the CoolIris plug-in for Firefox, installed it, restarted, and I was good to go.  So what's so cool about this [...]
Conversation and the Zen Tech Warrior
Posted on January 27, 2009
ASAE Technology Conference I had the pleasure of speaking at the ASAE Technology Conference, taking place until tomorrow at the DC Convention Center.  My topic? Dealing With Big Trends in a Small Staff Organization. Here are the 5 big trends I discussed:
  1. Your Browser as the New Operating System. [...]
We’re Now Designing to 1024 Resolution
Posted on October 23, 2008
Sometime last year, we started designing sites to a 1024 screen resolution.  Based on feedback from clients that they wanted more real estate for their content, and usage reports that showed users having a minimum 1024 x 768 screen resolution, we decided to change our default practice.  Today, we [...]
I Love Firefox 3!
Posted on July 23, 2008
Firefox 3 launched June 18 and over 8 million people downloaded the new version. As of July 2, there were 28,340,281 total downloads! I procrastinated at first but after a few weeks, I finally clicked on the download link. And boy, am I glad I did! Let me tell [...]