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How Google’s Latest Algorithm Change Could Affect Your Business

Posted by in Mobile and Tablet, SEO and Marketing Strategy, Web Development tagged with , ,

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We have long touted Mobile First as a good sustainable web design strategy. Mobile-friendly websites and applications are better for users, better for energy efficiency, and now better for Google search results.

If the fact that over 60% of all web traffic comes from mobile devices isn’t compelling enough to inspire a mobile retrofit for your own site, perhaps Google’s recent announcement will be. As of this week, Google changed its algorithm to offer better search results for mobile-optimized websites.

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Web Hosting: Renewable Energy & Renewable Energy Credits

Posted by in Sustainability, Web Development tagged with

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What’s the difference between a hosting provider that uses renewable energy credits and one powered directly by renewable energy?

Hosting your website with a provider that uses renewable energy is the single biggest step you can take to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions. But not all renewable energy is created equal. Some hosting providers have the resources to build their own wind farms or solar arrays, while others bring renewable energy to their customers by purchasing Renewable Energy Credits (RECs). Is one of these better than the other? 

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Mightybytes is Hiring an Agile Project Manager

Posted by in Careers

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Come hang with the team at Mightybytes! We are seeking a contract-to-full-time project manager to build and nourish relationships on digital projects large and small. Become an integral part of a creative, smart and technically savvy team with a varied client base and core commitment to social good.

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Five Sustainable Web Design Trends For 2015

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The folks over at The Next Web (TNW) just published their annual roundup of web design trends we can expect to see this coming year. Of the ten trends they published, at least four of them could be considered sustainable web design practices. In putting our own list together, I have included these and one other tactic we would like to see used more frequently on websites and in web applications in 2015.

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