You’ve probably already taken the first steps when it comes to social media — made a profile on Twitter, got yourself a LinkedIn page, or got something happening on Facebook. We set these up with good intentions but it’s so easy for them to quickly go stale. Make sure your strategy is all killer and no filler with these five simple rules:
When you make a website, with all its great new content and flawless design *wink* there will inevitably be a flurry of interest from sharing and announcements on social media.
When creating a website or re-vamping what you already have, it’s always good to think about how you’re going to get your new shiny design and great content seen by others.
After working all hours in the past few months to put the final touches on Freeway 7, we’re proud to say that it’s finally here – and boy is it a good one!
Here’s a nice freebie for all you Freeway Pro users!
I’ve setup some fantastic-looking social media icon rollovers in Freeway (6) ready to use on your own websites.
You’ve long been asking us to give you more Freeway templates and, truth be told, we’ve taken far too long to do something about it. We’re going to put an end to that, but need your help first.
While reading through some recent Mac App Store reviews of Freeway and Exhibeo, I came across a doubtful sounding claim. One reviewer suggested that Google penalizes or demotes websites that don’t contain mobile-friendly designs. I did some digging to find out if there was any truth in this. Here’s what I found.
That’s right, your favorite visual web design application just got much better. We've added tons of new features to improve and modernize your sites, as well as loads of under-the-hood enhancements to make creating sites with Freeway even easier.
We’re super excited to introduce the latest member of the Softpress family. Released just last week, Exhibeo is a brand new application for creating awesome HTML5 galleries and slideshows for your websites. Not just Freeway websites, but any website!
As you may have heard, a European Union directive about storing and accessing visitor information was passed on May 26, 2011. Many people are referring to it as the EU Cookie Law, but really it’s more about online privacy than just cookies.
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