Author: Triphp

10 of the Greatest Viral Videos of 2012

This year, we’ve seen so many viral videos it is hard to choose just 10 that are the best. A lot of them have been huge successes and have seen millions of views on popular video sharing websites such as YouTube. A lot of them have also been extremely funny so we thought we’d round […]

Learn from the Master – SEO Lessons From Sun Tsu

Sun Tsu is the (in)famous strategist and advisor to the armies of ancient China who wrote the ultimate tome on conflict and contest. Aptly named -The Art of War- (you may have heard of it) it is still used today to inform business professionals, self help gurus and just about everyone else. At first I […]

Facetagram – The Thought Behind Facebook’s Recent Acquisition

Facetagram. That right there is a potential rebrand for the newly Facebook- acquired Instagram. Hopefully if they use it I’ll see some remuneration come my way and possibly land a job as Zuckerberg’s right hand man… If you don’t know what I’m referring to then possibly you’ve been living under a rock these last couple […]

Web Design Trends for 2012

 Times New Roman font and a cookie cutter web design are out for 2012. Personality and visual aids are in. Changes in technology, keeping a website distinct and knowing how internet users spend their time on the internet are the driving forces behind the web design trends for 2012. To keep a visitor, websites need […]

6 Social Media Monitoring Mistakes You Are Making

Social media plays an important role in a business’s success these days. Potential and current customers take to the web to conduct research, interact directly with the business, and have customer service concerns and questions answered. Businesses need to monitor their presence on the web using social media monitoring tools. These tools develop reports that […]

Facebook for Brands: Pages, Not Profiles

There is one area of confusion that affects users of Facebook more than they think, namely, the difference between profiles and pages. It’s a distinction that has important ramifications for business users. What’s the basic difference between a profile and a page? A profile is for a person (a human individual), and a page is […]

Triphp’s Journey converting from vbulletin to xenforo 12th December 2011

While i do not usually document changes on any of our sites and after many of successful phpbb – vBulletin and vBulletin 3 to vBulletin 4 upgrades in terms of traffic increases and usability this time i have pondered as to whether i should take the leap of faith in a still very new xenforo. […]

5 Tools to enhance your Social Media Marketing Efforts

It is through social media that it has become possible for businesses, small as well as large ones, to communicate and interact with their customers directly. Businesses are able to get more customers as well as potential buyers and also do product development research through social media. While you will find numerous social media sites […]

Nethosted UK Web Hosting review

NetHosted.co.uk is a fantastic UK based company that offers a variety of website hosting services. It doesn’t matter whether you have a small website or a website that is going to require its own server, Nethost.co.uk is there to offer you everything that you could ever need. When it comes to having a website that […]

Elegant Themes Release “handheld” Mobile wordpress theme

In todays market every blogger needs to get “mobile”, allowing your visitors to view your website while on the move is a must in order to keep people interested. Elegant themes recently released a very sleak looking wordpress handheld theme which we thought everyone should know about. HandHeld Works Alongside Your Default Theme, Creating an […]

Generating more Visitors with Mgid

Mgid.com review If you are looking at starting up a new website, then one of the things that you will need to focus on is of course getting visitors to the website. If no-one sees your site, then there is absolutely no chance that you will be able to sell your product or any chance […]