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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.


SEMrush Review: Complete Digital Marketing Toolkit?

This SEMrush review discusses everything you need to know about the solution- it’s primary features and functionalities, plus pricing and overall usability. And to help you further, I’ll also throw in SEMrush’s weak points. Search engine optimization is not the easiest thing right now. Getting noticed by Google takes a considerable amount of resources, time and persistent efforts That’s why a good rank is always refreshingly satisfying. Breaking through to the first page of the search results alone places you in the category of sites attracting 75% of the organic clicks. And if you’re good enough for the first spot, the result is essentially 33% of the clicks. It almost feels like winning the lottery, right? But, let’s be honest here. Deep down you know that making it to that position is not the end game. Maintaining it is even harder since competition at the highest levels is usually extremely…

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Firefox Multi-Account Containers

It’s an extension: Each Container stores cookies separately, so you can log into the same site with different accounts and online trackers can’t easily connect the browsing. A great idea for a feature if you ask me. For example, I have two Buffer accounts and my solution is to use different browsers entirely to stay logged into both of them. I know plenty of folks that prefer the browser version of apps like Notion, Front, and Twitter, and it’s cool to have a way to log into the same site with multiple accounts if you need to — and without weird trickery. This is browsers competing on UI/UX features rather than web platform features, which is a good thing. Relevant: Opera Neon and Refresh. Direct Link to Article — PermalinkThe post Firefox Multi-Account Containers appeared first on CSS-Tricks. Source: CssTricks

Twitter Kills Off Third-Party App Features by @MattGSouthern

Twitter has restricted access to APIs, which effectively kills off certain key features in popular third-party apps.The post Twitter Kills Off Third-Party App Features by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/feed/

Twitter is Removing Accounts that Previously Tried to Avoid Suspension by @MattGSouthern

Twitter will soon be removing accounts belonging to individuals who have managed to avoid a prior suspension.The post Twitter is Removing Accounts that Previously Tried to Avoid Suspension by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/feed/

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How much fun can you have with $25 worth of ETH?

“I think there must be a MetaMask seed somewhere that I forgot to properly back up, all the ether in it lost forever.” – Me, upon realizing I don’t own any ether. Toshi and Status are two browsers I wrote about in Are These Browsers Going to the Moon?. To get the full experience of using them you need bit of ether (the Ethereum blockchain native token, also referred to as ETH.) Unfortunately, I had none. I had no choice but to head over to Coinbase and buy $25 worth of the stuff, for science. What follows is what I did with those $25 dollars while testing out Toshi and Status. 16 July, 2018 I bought $25 worth of ether at $481.37 per ETH minus Coinbase’s fee, a whopping $1.49. Right off the bat Coinbase took about 6% of my money, that was the first bit of fun I had…

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Facebook en Chine : quel problème et quel solution avec la censure ?

De nombreux expatriés se plaignent chaque jour sur la toile de la censure en Chine (quand la censure ne les empêche pas de se plaindre…). En effet, le pays le plus peuplé du monde fait tout pour mettre des bâtons dans les roues des utilisateurs qui veulent se rendre sur les sites occidentaux comme Twitter ou Instagram. Cela a pour but de bloquer les sites américains et de privilégier les sites chinois. Dans cet article, nous nous concentrons sur le cas de Facebook qui est bloqué en Chine. Personne ne peut y accéder en étant expatriés. Nous allons dans un premier temps vous expliquer le blocage de Facebook en Chine par le gouvernement grâce à l’aide de leur fameux Grand Firewall. Puis, nous vous donnerons les clés pour débloquer le site avec un VPN et les trois meilleurs VPN de disponible sur internet à l’heure actuelle. Résumé de notre article[wpsm_toplist…

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Netflix en Chine : quel VPN pour accéder à la plateforme ?

Beaucoup d’expatriés et de voyageurs en ont fait l’expérience : la censure en Chine est forte, et limite l’accès à de nombreux sites. Parmi eux, la célèbre plateforme de streaming, qui sera totalement inaccessible si vous vous rendez dans le pays. Mais avec le meilleur VPN pour débloquer Netflix en Chine, vous allez pouvoir à nouveau accès à tous vos contenus, sans prendre aucun risque. Nous vous expliquons tout sur cet outil dans notre article. Résumé de notre article[wpsm_toplist h1] Regarder Netflix en Chine ? Mission impossible sans VPN Malheureusement, ce n’est pas possible de regarder Netflix en Chine sans VPN à cause de la censure mise en place par le gouvernement. Vous avez déjà dû en entendre parler, mais le Great Firewall mis en place empêche d’accéder à un certain nombre de sites, auxquels vous vous connectez pourtant surement quotidiennement lorsque vous êtes en France : Facebook Twitter, Instagram,…

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Twitter Reveals How it Ranks Tweets in Search Results by @MattGSouthern

Twitter has addressed recent accusations regarding shadow banning accounts by explaining how it ranks tweets in search results.The post Twitter Reveals How it Ranks Tweets in Search Results by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/feed/

Build a state management system with vanilla JavaScript

Managing state is not a new thing in software, but it’s still relatively new for building software in JavaScript. Traditionally, we’d keep state within the DOM itself or even assign it to a global object in the window. Now though, we’re spoiled with choices for libraries and frameworks to help us with this. Libraries like Redux, MobX and Vuex make managing cross-component state almost trivial. This is great for an application’s resilience and it works really well with a state-first, reactive framework such as React or Vue. How do these libraries work though? What would it take to write one ourselves? Turns out, it’s pretty straightforward and there’s an opportunity to learn some really common patterns and also learn about some useful modern APIs that are available to us. Before we get started, it’s recommended that you have an intermediary knowledge of JavaScript. You should know about data types and…

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Weird things variable fonts can do

I tend to think of variable fonts as a font format in which a single font file is capable of displaying type at near-infinite variations of things like boldness, width, and slantyness. In my experience, that’s a common use case. Just check out many of the interactive demos over at Axis-Praxis: or Make sure to go play around at v-fonts.com as well for loads of variable font demonstrations. But things like boldness, width, and slantyness and just a few of the attributes that a type designer might want to make controllable. There are no rules that say you have to make boldness a controllable attribute. Literally, anything is possible, and people have been experimenting with that quite a bit. If you’re interested in variable fonts, we have a whole guide with all the best articles we’ve published on the subject. Here’s some, ahem, weirder things that variable fonts can do.…

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Kylie Jenner

Whoa: Kylie Jenner, a teenaged model/influencer, has a makeup business that did $330m of revenue last year. The infrastructure is managed by other companies, but she is effectively the distribution, with 111m (sic) Instagram followers. Distribution, reach and customer acquisition are everything for any online consumer brand – how do people know you exist? If you have that, the rest can be added (remember Beats). Unreal. It really doesn’t matter if she has a famous background or that she leveraged her family’s wealth and market power to put this thing together… she still had to bring the goods to a fanbase that cares. And that’s the point: Distribution, reach, and are everything for customer acquisition for any online consumer brand. This is a great reminder since I’m building a project that is going to have a large (and hopefully growing) consumer interest and brand. And, if we have the community…

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5 Ways Twitter Purge Impacts Search and Social by @martinibuster

Five ways Twitter Purge may positively impact your sales, SEO and advertising.The post 5 Ways Twitter Purge Impacts Search and Social by @martinibuster appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/feed/

MIT Research: How to Get More Twitter Followers by @martinibuster

Researchers discover the best strategy to target and get more Twitter followers.The post MIT Research: How to Get More Twitter Followers by @martinibuster appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/feed/

Martech: Choosing the Right Software for Your Organization

Imagine you work for an organization that regularly uses Twitter to engage with potential prospects and customers. It’s hard to manage all the different streams you have going on, so you decide that a dashboard showing all of your organization’s recent tweet streams would be useful. Source: https://www.phase2technology.com/feed/

CSS Grid in IE: CSS Grid and the New Autoprefixer

In Part 1 of this series, I debunked a few misconceptions that many people have around the Internet Explorer (IE) implementation of CSS grid. This article builds on that knowledge. It would be best to go back and read that article first if you haven’t already. Today I’m going to be tackling the biggest misconception of all: that utilizing the IE implementation of CSS grid is extremely difficult. You can easily use CSS grid in IE right now without having to give it any sort of crappy fallback layout. It really isn’t that hard. Article Series: Debunking Common IE Grid Misconceptions CSS Grid and the new Autoprefixer (This Post) Faking an auto-placement grid with gaps (Coming Soon!) Giving IE a crappy fallback layout is a bit of a tough sell to clients. It is especially tough if this is for an intranet where 90% of the users are using IE.…

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12 of the Funniest Brands on Twitter by @bsmarketer

Brands don’t have to be boring. Get inspired by some of the funniest brands on Twitter.The post 12 of the Funniest Brands on Twitter by @bsmarketer appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/feed/

Google May Ignore Keyword Stuffing if Content Has Value by @MattGSouthern

Google’s John Mueller revealed that the search engine’s algorithms do not punish keyword stuffing too harshly. In fact, keyword stuffing may be ignored altogether if the content is found to otherwise have value to searchers. This information was provided on Twitter in response to users inquiring about keyword stuffing. More specifically, a user was concerned about a page ranking well in search results despite obvious signs of keyword repetition. Prefacing his statement with the suggestion to focus on one’s own content rather than someone else’s, Mueller goes on to say that there are over 200 factors used to rank pages […]The post Google May Ignore Keyword Stuffing if Content Has Value by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Source: https://www.searchenginejournal.com/feed/

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