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Jennevie Tanzon-Corre

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HTTP to HTTPS Migration: A Checklist

In 2014, Google announced that security is a ranking signal. Three years down the road, the search giant gave website owners an ultimatum to migrate to the secured version of their websites, or it will mark it as 'Not secure' even on an incognito browser. And, users are big on security. Hence, you cannot afford not to migrate from http…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
December 5, 2017
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5 Ways to Optimize Your Blog

Google pushes specific guidelines for a better and contributive user experience (UX). Of course, certain guidelines apply to blogging to make the most of it. Google mentioned three major tasks: 1) create great content, 2) make sure readers and crawlers can find your content and 3) measure and analyze. If we are going to sum up what Google wants us…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
August 15, 2017
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28 Facebook and Messenger Secrets You Must Totally Know About

Although it was founded on 2004, there are a few secrets, hints and tricks that many Facebook users are unaware of until today. From inbox to chat to Messenger, there are hidden gems that the users deserve to know. Let’s start with the serious stuff first before we discuss the fun stuff. Facebook and Messenger secrets TL; DR #1 -…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
February 8, 2017
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Web Design Checklist

Completing a web design project can be daunting especially when you are tackling more than one project at the same time. Keeping a semblance of order within the design and development team, we’ve created a checklist.
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Web Design Trends 2016

As dynamic as it is, the design should be able to accommodate form and function. Designs evolve. Trends come and go, and that may be attributed to the ever-changing nature of design. One aspect that will never go away is user experience (UX). In connection to this, here are some web design trends this 2016 (with examples for each) that…
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8 Common Website Problems and How to Fix Them

A problematic website ruins the usability altogether. Even when its visuals are so great, there is no saving grace to a dysfunctional website. And when we say dysfunctional, it encompasses everything from broken links to slow loading to non-mobile optimization. Here are some of the most common website blunders and their fixes. Common website problems 1) Presence of broken links…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
February 12, 2016
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SEO Trends 2016 Every SEO Company Must Be Aware Of

Image source   Mobile is big this year, and we mean B-I-G. And it shows no signs of slowing down even before Google launched Mobilegeddon in April. Here are the major changes in 2015 that will certainly pick up in 2016. SEO trends SEO companies must know 1) Mobile indexing As we can see in Google Analytics reports, Google is…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
December 22, 2015
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Best Productivity Apps for Salespeople

Admit it or not, but the salespeople are one of the busiest people you'll ever meet they often end up forgetting or regretting. This applies particularly to the salespeople on the move. Good thing there are some tools to help them. The productivity app category is getting deeper with newer apps cropping up from time to time. And then, there…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
December 11, 2015