Jun.07

Why You Need a Mobile Version of Your Website

If you share links to your website via Social Media (Facebook, Twitter, Google+) you need to be ready for mobile visitors.

First thing in the morning, as I wait for my first cup of coffee to hit my bloodstream, I’m on my phone. First, I go through email and answer anything urgent. Then, over to Facebook and catch up on what happened while I slept. And finally, I’ll open TweetDeck and go through my Twitter feed.

When I see a story I want to read, and click through, many times the linked site doesn’t have a mobile version of their site. When this happens, I end up going back and favoriting the tweet to read later. But making your site mobile-friendly isn’t difficult. In fact, if you use WordPress, you can have it done in less than 5 minutes.

How To & Tips

Apr.18

Mar.15

How To Specify The Thumbnail Image When Sharing A Link On Facebook From Your Thesis Site

Thesis ThemeAt the time of writing this, Facebook’s Like (or Share) button acts the same as sharing or posting a URL to your wall, except you don’t have the chance to leave a comment or choose which image to include with the post.

If you post a link to your wall, Facebook will guess at which images on the page may be best suitable for the page, and allow you to choose from several of them

How To & Tips

Mar.12