TriComB2B Blogger - John Acquavita
18
Jul
By John Acquavita

Decades ago, my undergraduate major was speech communications. In the mid-90s, preparing speeches was a lot more involved than today’s simple Google search. After narrowing down your speech topic, you had to brave the elements, trek to the library on campus, and pore through reams of microfiche to find data that would support your argument. Then you’d have to spend 15 cents to print each page...

TriComB2B Blogger - Jon Berry
16
Jul
By Jon Berry

Like or not, social media is here to stay. Facebook, LinkedIn, Google+, Twitter, YouTube — these are the apps on the front screen of our smartphones, the favorites in our Web browsers, the ubiquitous presence in our lives that now serve as passports to our ever-expanding social universe. I freely admit there are things that I love about the “social age” we live in: connecting with friends,...

TriComB2B Blogger - Robin Miller
18
Jun
By Robin Miller

My husband Rob is quite the showboat. He takes pride in winning the splash contest at Family Day at the pool, owns many loud, noise-making toys, can out-dance most men on a dance floor, and is usually the last one to leave a party. So, when the kids are doing cannonballs and the like, Rob is usually in the group. When there is a loud noise in the neighborhood, our phones buzz with calls from...

TriComB2B Blogger - Patrick McMullen
06
Jun
By Patrick McMullen

There has been a lot of buzz lately about responsive website design. What is it, and is the buzz justified?

In laymen’s terms, a responsive website is one that changes to be readable and visually appealing on any device — from a mobile phone to a desktop computer. Images will adapt to be the proper size, or move above or below content if a part of the page becomes too tight. Certain...

TriComB2B Blogger - Patrick McMullen
04
Jun
By Patrick McMullen

Have you ever wondered how a responsive website works? You know — the ones where you can resize your browser window and watch as the entire website changes before your eyes. It is actually a very simple concept, though the execution is slightly more difficult. If you are a website designer, developer or analyst, you know that the easiest way to make the unemployed line is to look for the...

TriComB2B Blogger - Patrick McMullen
21
May
By Patrick McMullen

I recently attended a series of meetings between our internal team and our search engine optimization partner. The nice thing about sitting through the individual discussions about each of our Search Engine Optimization (SEO) clients is that I heard the current status and future plans for all of them. Because of that, I was able to pick up on some of the key trends that are taking place right...

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