Category Archive for: RFP ROBOT: Web Development Request for Proposal Builder

rfp-robotRFP ROBOT: Website Request for Proposal Generator

The time has come for a new website (or website redesign), which means you need to write a website request for proposal or web RFP. A Google search produces a few examples, but they vary wildly and don’t seem to speak really to your goals for developing or redesigning a new website. You need to write a website RFP that will clearly articulate your needs and generate responses from the best website designers and developers out there. But how?

Have no fear, RFP Robot is here. He will walk you through a step-by-step process to help you work through the details of your project and create a PDF formatted website design RFP that will provide the information vendors need to write an accurate bid. RFP Robot will tell you what info you should include, point out pitfalls, and give examples.


The Death of Social Bookmarking in SEO? by @annaleacrowe

Are you still using social bookmarking as a link building technique? Be honest. Get the scoop on SEJ on the pros and cons of social bookmarking.The post The Death of Social Bookmarking in SEO? by @annaleacrowe appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: New feed

Drupal Developer – Diverse Lynx LLC – Princeton, NJ

Ability to talk to developers and non-technical folks equally. Senior Drupal/PHP Engineer/developer to help develop a data.gov like capability for clinical….From Diverse Lynx LLC – Sat, 27 Aug 2016 03:07:16 GMT – View all Princeton jobs Source: New feed

Instagram and Depression

This doesn’t surprise me one single bit (via MIT): Your mental health is reflected in the images you choose to post on social media, say researchers who have trained a machine to spot depression on Instagram. And this shouldn’t either: The researchers found that depressed individuals tend to post images that are bluer, grayer, and darker, and receive fewer likes, than those posted by heathy individuals. So, what’s the point? I think the last sentence nails it: And that will provide hope that mental illness can be accurately detected earlier, allowing for more effective intervention. If we can all do a better job of observing the behavior of others, especially those most close to us and those that we care about, we can better serve their needs and give them the encouragement and support that they need the most. The missing ingredient, though, isn’t technology mind you; it’s courage. It’s…

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ImageX Media: What Are Squeeze Pages and How Do They Work?

A squeeze page is a type of opt-in email landing page designed to do one single thing: “squeeze” email addresses and other information from prospective subscribers.  Source: Drupal Aggregator

Lead Drupal Web Developer position is open @UCLAit

Los Angeles, CA, United States Source: jobs.drupal.org

Digital Associate position is open

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Trust Falls Are Lame: 7 Practical Tips for Building Team Relationships

Inflexible, controlling, process-oriented. These are just a few of the stereotypes that project managers frequently face. Dealing with these stereotypes can make every project feel like an uphill battle but it doesn’t have to be that way. Every time you interact with a team member is an opportunity to prove the stereotypes wrong.  Though there are many variables in a project that we can’t control, there are many that we can control! By focusing on building relationships, improving your communication skills, and creating a positive experience on projects, you can break down those stereotypes and improve your ability to work with your team. There are a few tips I’ve learned over the years that have helped me continue to build trust and stronger communication with the internal team. This not only leads to more successful projects, but also to more fun and positive experiences all around—which shows in both the work…

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ImageX Media: Do You Know Who Your Customers Are?

Previously in our blog, we discussed the five basics of content marketing. The first of these five basics of content marketing is understanding your audience. You can create all of the killer content you can, but if you don’t know who your audience is, what problems your business can solve for them, and where and how they’re consuming your content, then you risk it missing the mark entirely and falling into the internet’s ether. Source: Drupal Aggregator

Sr. Application Systems Developer (Back-End) – Columbia University – New York, NY

Developer, in collaboration with front-end developers and UX specialists, will provide solutions within the Drupal frameworks for a variety of web site and web…From Columbia University – Fri, 26 Aug 2016 18:02:35 GMT – View all New York jobs Source: New feed

ImageX Media: Are You Overlooking these Content Marketing Basics?

So What Is Content Marketing? Traditional marketing methods of the past have become outdated as audiences have lost interest and become more savvy in tuning them out. From browser-based ad blockers to streaming content online, ads have been relegated to the periphery at best, leading to low conversion rates, decreased traffic, and a lower return on investment. Source: Drupal Aggregator

Drupal Developer – MetroStar Systems – Reston, VA

MetroStar Systems is looking for a Drupal Developer that is passionate about providing best value Drupal solutions to our DC metro area clients….From MetroStar Systems – Fri, 26 Aug 2016 17:29:40 GMT – View all Reston jobs Source: New feed

Find Freelance Work With LinkedIn ProFinder by @DannyNMIGoodwin

LinkedIn is opening ProFinder, a service that connects companies to freelancers, to everyone in the U.S. Here’s what companies and freelancers need to know.The post Find Freelance Work With LinkedIn ProFinder by @DannyNMIGoodwin appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: New feed

Case Study: Going from 0 to 25.5 Million Users in 8 Years

In these last eight years, Cristian Ángel Rennella has been running over 100 experiments (108 and counting, when he last checked), and he is not even a scientist. He is a Marketing Director, and since 2008 he has tried absolutely everything in order to learn precisely what works, and what doesn’t when it comes to content marketing on the Internet. Based on all the lessons Rennella has learned over the years, he wants to share with you the four tactics that have given his company the best results, which he recommends implementing, regardless if you have a small start-up or a big company. At the end of the day, you won’t find a better strategy than the hard work of trial and error in order to discover what will give you the most successful results for your company. I really hope that the tips I’m going to share will make your work less stressful (and…

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EchoDitto Tech Blog: 3 Major Reasons Drupal 8 is Worth the Investment

Saying a modern nonprofit or business needs a website is like saying the tires on your car need air. Deny it and you’re going to have a bad time. Given the significant tasks required of your website, from fundraising and ecommerce to PR and campaigning, the tools you use to power it and the interface through which your team will interact with the site should be given important consideration. Lucky for you, one of the most widely used content management systems (CMS), just got a major update. Drupal 8 brings too many new features to discuss fully here, but you’ll be happy to know the end product is one that’s worth the investment. Here’s why: One – The content authoring experience is more efficient Drupal’s admin interface has evolved over the years, and we’re happy to see it continue here. For starters, the new interface is streamlined, mobile-friendly, and by…

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Drupal Developer position is open @NDP_Studio

London, Greater London, United Kingdom Source: jobs.drupal.org

Using WebP Images

A version of this article was first posted on Jeremy’s blog. It was Jeremy’s idea to repost here to spread the good word about WebP and the performance benefits. Something he knows about as an author of an (upcoming) web perf book. We’ve all been there before: You’re browsing a website that has a ton of huge images of delicious food, or maybe that new gadget you’ve been eyeballing. These images tug at your senses, and for content authors, they’re essential in moving people to do things. Except that these images are downright huge. Like really huge. On a doddering mobile connection, you can even see these images unfurl before you like a descending window shade. You’re suddenly reminded of the bad old days of dial-up. This is a problem, because images represent a significant portion of what’s downloaded on a typical website, and for good reason. Images are expressive…

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Web Designer / Developer – Hogarth Worldwide – New York, NY

Experience working with and developing on CMS platforms, such as WordPress and Drupal. About the Position:….From Indeed – Fri, 26 Aug 2016 13:34:19 GMT – View all New York jobs Source: New feed

InternetDevels: A better website’s performance with the Fast 404 Drupal 8 module

It’s great to see how websites are getting faster, more reliable and easier to use with the help of new Drupal technologies, as we have described in our posts. Read more Source: Drupal Aggregator

What’s the Most Important CRO Metric? by @LarryKim

I know what you’re thinking. Conversion rate is the most important CRO metric you should track, right? Duh? Seems like a no-brainer. Actually, no.The post What’s the Most Important CRO Metric? by @LarryKim appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: New feed

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