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MIND The Blog
At MIND Development and Design, we don’t like to MIND our business. We like to share it. And why not? It’s gorgeous. We’ve got web development, marketing, graphic design, and SEO on tap for all. But that’s enough about us, let’s talk about you. We like writing about what’s on your MIND as well as ours. So our blog addresses topics from dress code to writing code, and everything in between. Take a look, and let us know what you think.
I get a dozen emails each week detailing how easy it is to get my website to the #1 spot on Google for (insert keyword here). If you own a… Read More
In engineering, graphic design, and other fields there is a common methodology: iterative design. In business, life, and individual projects, it’s very unlikely that everything will go right the first… Read More
The internet is rife with spam. People have experienced shams time and time again. They’ve gotten duped into sharing their information in exchange for promised value and have received an… Read More
Just looking for some code to copy and paste? Click here. In this post, we’re going to create a php function that helps process images. This could be used as… Read More
Facebook is the world’s largest social network with the most monthly active users than any other. Built for both personal and commercial use, Facebook has become an integral part of… Read More
Consumers are intelligent, autonomous beings who recognize sales tactics when they see them. Over the past few years, consumers have become less and less tolerant of reading sales pitches while… Read More
You can’t talk about SEO without hearing about links. In the early days of SEO, keywords and links were all that mattered. Links still matter, but the way you approach… Read More
In the social media age, there are many contenders; each with their own set of unique advantages. Snapchat has the distinction of being conceived by Stanford graduate students Evan Spiegel,… Read More