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Google’s “Mobilegeddon” and the Importance of Mobile-Friendly Web Design

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 Apr 24, 2015

This week, Google made changes to its mobile search algorithm, an event which the public dubbed “Mobilegeddon.” In the new algorithm, Google considers whether a website is “mobile-friendly” in ranking search results. Mobilegeddon is a wake-up call for many businesses that have either neglected mobile design or are not even aware that their websites are poorly designed.

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While the new algorithm only affects searches on smartphones, businesses cannot afford to lose out on mobile, which already accounts for 60% of U.S. digital media time.[1] Earlier this year, comScore reported that mobile search accounts for 29% of all U.S. search activity, and 20% of that comes from smartphones. Various estimates put Google around 65-75% search market share, with 80-90% share in mobile search (thanks in large part to the Android OS). In fact, about half of all Google searches are believed to be mobile searches. Despite the apocalyptic hype around Mobilegeddon, this is neither the first nor the last update to Google’s algorithm. It is, however, the most significant update since 2011, when Google Panda began factoring the quality of web pages into search rank.  Read more »

Nuance Announces Power PDF

Allison Correia
 Apr 11, 2014

Just last week on April 2nd, Nuance Communications announced the launch of their new product, Power PDF (Standard and Advanced), and I joined some of Nuance’s team in Burlington, MA for a day to hear more about the product. Read more »

HP Introduces its First Page-Wide Desktop Inkjet Product

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 Oct 30, 2012

On October 30th, Hewlett-Packard (HP) announced the upcoming availability of its first desktop page-wide inkjet devices–the HP Officejet Pro X series–as well as a new line of laser workflow multifunctional peripherals (MFPs) and associated solutions. All of the products are targeted toward the business market. From a hardware and supplies perspective, we believe the development in page-wide technology (officially known as HP’s “PageWide Technology”) has the most potential to create disruption within this market. The office market has traditionally been dominated by laser-based technology, but the introduction of page-wide inkjet devices with robust speed, print quality, and paper handling capabilities from a market leader like HP could really change how customers view inkjet technology.

HP Officejet Pro X series

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