Report: One-Fifth of All Web Traffic Attributed to Bad Bots

Posted on April 29, 2019, Updated November 4, 2019Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Report: One-Fifth of All Web Traffic Attributed to Bad Bots

When it comes to designing a good website, most companies are understandably concerned with what consumers think. After all, you have only about 10 seconds to make an impression and express to customers what they might get out of your site and your business. But recent data shows that a good portion of your website’s visitors can’t even think for themselves. That’s because they’re actually bots — and they’re bad ones, at that. With 40% of consumers claiming they would … Continue reading “Report: One-Fifth of All Web Traffic Attributed to Bad Bots”

How Is Solar Power Helping U.S. Farmers?

Posted on April 26, 2019, Updated December 30, 2020Categories Featured   Leave a comment on How Is Solar Power Helping U.S. Farmers?

There are now 1.3 million solar installations across the United States, with a cumulative capacity of over 40 gigawatts (GW). According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, 1 megawatt (MW) of electricity can power 164 homes, meaning 40 GW is enough capacity to power 6.5 million U.S. households. Solar energy is radiant light and heat from the Sun that is harnessed using all kinds of innovative technologies including solar heating, solar thermal energy, solar architecture, photovoltaics, artificial photosynthesis, and molten … Continue reading “How Is Solar Power Helping U.S. Farmers?”

California DMV Plans Regulations For Autonomous Delivery Trucks

Posted on April 22, 2019, Updated December 30, 2020Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on California DMV Plans Regulations For Autonomous Delivery Trucks

The California Department of Motor Vehicles has announced a new set of regulations that will allow companies to test and deploy light-duty autonomous delivery vehicles on public roads. This is a major victory for some of the state’s biggest tech companies including Tesla and Waymo. In previous years, these companies have tested their self-driving vehicles in Pennsylvania and Arizona. Waymo was only just issued its first permit to begin testing self-driving vehicles in California in 2018. The California DMV’s proposed … Continue reading “California DMV Plans Regulations For Autonomous Delivery Trucks”

Is Your Digital Marketing Strategy Working? The Top Experts Weigh In

Posted on April 16, 2019, Updated November 14, 2019Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Is Your Digital Marketing Strategy Working? The Top Experts Weigh In

It’s no secret that digital marketing is an absolute must in today’s tech-heavy world. “It is more important than ever for a digital marketer have a real plan to drive traffic and revenue,” says Tim Wing of Blue Matrix Media. “Without the ability to drive traffic, an agency is in trouble.” But is there more that you could be doing to drive this traffic to your company’s website and content? What can you do to improve your online marketing game … Continue reading “Is Your Digital Marketing Strategy Working? The Top Experts Weigh In”

Eco-Friendly Products Set to Take the World By Storm in 2019

Posted on April 15, 2019, Updated December 30, 2020Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Eco-Friendly Products Set to Take the World By Storm in 2019

With Earth Day less than one week away, now is the perfect time to start thinking about green initiatives you can take in order to help the planet. Even if you can’t make the huge — and often expensive — transition to solar or wind power, there are many smaller ways in which you can make a difference at home. Even investing in some sustainable industries can help sway the market toward sustainable living. Here are some of the most … Continue reading “Eco-Friendly Products Set to Take the World By Storm in 2019”

How to Thrive During Your Retirement

Posted on April 8, 2019, Updated December 30, 2020Categories Featured   Leave a comment on How to Thrive During Your Retirement

More than 87 million Americans take part in recreational boating, and many older Americans are counting down the days until they can retire, finally trading in spreadsheets for summers spent on the water. Retirement can be anything you want it to be. And while there should definitely be a period for rest, relaxation, and zero-stress, the time will come when you might grow restless. If you’re ready to do more than just survive retirement, you’ve come to the right place. … Continue reading “How to Thrive During Your Retirement”

Heat Records Are Being Broken Twice As Often As Cold Ones, Data Shows

Posted on April 5, 2019, Updated April 26, 2019Categories Featured News   Leave a comment on Heat Records Are Being Broken Twice As Often As Cold Ones, Data Shows

Heat records are being broken twice as often as cold records, new data shows. According to a new Associated Press data analysis, Americans are twice as likely to experience record-breaking heat waves than they are to experience record-setting cold weather. Researchers analyzed 424 weather stations throughout the U.S. that had consistent temperature records since 1920. They counted how many times daily hot temperature records were either broken or tied and how many new cold records were set. The numbers of … Continue reading “Heat Records Are Being Broken Twice As Often As Cold Ones, Data Shows”