by Justin

“It’s Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday” – Rebecca Black “I have never in my life found myself in a situation where I’ve stopped work and said, ‘Thank God it’s Friday.’ But weekends are special even if your schedule is all over the place. Something tells you the weekend has arrived and you can […]

by Allison

It’s Friday afternoon, which means it’s time for the OuterBox 301 Redirect, where we redirect you to some of the hottest stories happening right now in eCommerce SEO and web development. Just this morning, Google’s stock surged over $1000 a share. Every time I see something like this happen I think, first and foremost, how […]

by Steve McLaughlin

If you pay any attention to search engines whatsoever, you are more than likely aware that Google is the largest search engine in the world. They’re not just slightly ahead of their competition either; they are leaps and bounds ahead of their competition. A glance at this pie chart shows you that in March Google […]

by admin

With new browsers launching recently (IE9 and Fire Fox 5), we wanted to take a look at which browsers are being used most. Through our own research (thanks to Google Analytics), we’ve look at 100,000+ visitors in the last month across 50+ websites, both eCommerce and informational. Below is what we’ve found in June, 2011. […]

by Joanna

There is a credo adopted by the SEO community: Optimize for your users, and the engines will follow. Simply ignore the algorithms and just stick to creating a relevant, quality experience for your site visitors. But does the industry, SEOers and engines, alike, practice what they preach? Not always. There are several instances where conflicting […]

by Justin

Many clients ask about Web 2.0 features as they have heard this phrase before and of course, it sounds like the latest and greatest. In some ways, it is. Web 2.0 can be very complicated or can be basic, clean and easy. Our goal in using Web 2.0, especially within eCommerce design, may be a […]