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Managing your finances and tracking your expenses can be one of the more tedious tasks for anybody who works self-employed or runs a small start-up business. Here are some great invoicing and expenses tools to help manage your finances.
There are a lot of factors to consider when it comes to mobile application development. We'll look into the advantages and disadvantages of both HTML5 and Native Mobile Applications.
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We take a look at five things you should know about SEO to improve your online presence and increase the organic traffic to your website.
Five great ways you can give your website a fresh look and feel in the New Year. With relevant website content, improved optimisation and performance, and Microdata tagging.
HTML5 is finally nearing its complete date of 2014. But what exactly can web designers and developers expect after HTML5? We'll explore the HTML.next proposed ideas and the possibility of HTML6.
A look at some tips on expediting your recovery from a Google penalty incurred by the Google Hummingbird update, and how to forward-plan your SEO work.
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