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Posts Tagged ‘Reader’

Our Readership: Results of the 2017 Moz Blog Reader Survey

December 6, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Trevor-KleinThis blog is for all of you. In a notoriously opaque and confusing industry that's prone to frequent changes, we see immense benefit in helping all of you stay on top of the game. To that end, every couple of years we ask for a report card of sorts, hoping not only to get a sense for how your jobs have changed, but also to get a sense for how we can improve. About a month ago, we asked you all to take a reader survey, and nearly 600 of you generously gave your time. The results, summarized in...

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Help Us Improve: The 2017 Moz Blog Reader Survey Is Here

November 2, 2017  |  SEO  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Trevor-KleinIt's been a couple of years since we last asked you all about what you enjoy most (and least) about the Moz Blog, and to say our company and our industry had changed in those couple of years would be an enormous understatement. We saw SERPs continue to add new features and far more featured snippets, as well as shifting massively toward HTTPS results. Here at Moz, we launched Keyword Explorer, rebuilt our Site Crawl, and made a strategic shift to refocus on our core strength of SEO. We added features to Moz Local, too, emphasizing the importance of local...

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Help Us Improve the Moz Blog: 2015 Reader Survey

June 30, 2015  |  SEO  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

Posted by Trevor-KleinIn late 2013, we asked you all about your experience with the Moz Blog. It was the first time we'd collected direct feedback from our readers in more than three years—an eternity in the marketing industry. With the pace of change in our line of work (not to mention your schedules and reading habits) we didn't want to wait that long again, so we're taking this opportunity to ask you how well we're keeping up. Our mission is to help you all become better marketers, and to do that, we need to know more about you. What challenges do...

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PhoneGap: Build a Feed Reader – Configuration

October 31, 2013  |  iPhone  |  , , , ,  |  Comments Off

This is the third and final part of the series about Audero Feed Reader. In this article, you’ll learn how to create the configuration file and complete the project we started in a prior lesson.1. Finishing the AppA Better Responsive LayoutIn the first part of this series I wrote about the importance of the data-iconpos attribute for the links in the header and the footer. In this section, you’ll learn about why we use them. I’m using it, with a bit of JavaScript, to create a better responsive effect. I use it to hide the text of the links where...

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PhoneGap: Build a Feed Reader – Application Logic

October 18, 2013  |  iPhone  |  , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

This is the second part of the series about Audero Feed Reader. In this article, we’ll delve into the business logic of our application and provide additional background on the plugins and API used for our project.1. Plugin & API OverviewThe Notification PluginAt several points within the Audero Feed Reader app we’ll use the alert() method of the Notification Plugin. How the alert will be shown really depends on the platform the app will run on. In fact, most of the supported operating systems use a native dialog box, but others, like Bada 2.x, use the classic browser’s alert() function,...

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