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Responsive or Adaptive website design?

Responsive webdesign has become a catch-all term for making your website work well at low resolutions. Smartphones revolutionized the mobile web, and tablets are throwing another wrench into the gears with their growing popularity. With all things considered, a website today could be experienced on a low resolution smartphone, a medium resolution tablet, or a […]

Customize your wordpress login page

Styling your wordpress login page View the LIVE DEMO This article is in regards to our custom login page. We have had many requests on how it was created, so we decided to share. I hope this helps you all create something amazing. First of all we need to tell WordPress to load a custom […]

What’s Next: Programmatic, Retargeting and Less Mess-DKs

2013 was a breakout year for advertising — Twitter acquired MoPub to strengthen ad revenue before filing for IPO, and Facebook finally launched video ads.  At Vungle, we deal with a massive number of mobile advertisements—every second, more than 250 people worldwide see one of our ads—which has given us unique insight into how people […]

Facebook's Demographic Change Impacts Marketing Campaigns

Marketing is inherently tricky. But digital marketing? It’s a whole other beast. You have to deal with viewability. And reaching the right audience. And ever-changing online landscapes. More and more people are spending time on social media, but that doesn’t mean that your marketing campaigns are reaching more people. What that means is that more […]

6 steps to making your mobile website shine

True it’s not rocket science, but getting what you need from your mobile website is not as easy as shrinking down your desktop content and moving it around.   Not if you want to drive real outcomes, not if you want your mobile site to shine.  Here are six steps to getting your mobile site on […]

Big Web Crash in China: Experts Suspect Great Firewall

SAN FRANCISCO — The story behind what may have been the biggest Internet failure in history involves an unlikely cast of characters, including a little-known company in a drab building in Wyoming and the world’s most elite army of Internet censors a continent away in China. On Tuesday, most of China’s 500 million Internet users […]