Wrote Daniel Duriš on September 23, 2009
Choqok is an open source micro-blogging client for K Desktop Environment (KDE) on Linux. As of version 0.6.6 it supports the popular Twitter and Identi.ca services. Daniel Duriš, senior consultant of Pizza SEO, uses Choqok and decided to make it better by providing free recommendations on the usability improvements to the Choqok developers.
Wrote Daniel Duriš on April 15, 2009
Roger Johansson, well-known accessibility evangelist, writes about making accessibility more real as it is often perceived as something abstract, not really important for most of the people.
Wrote Andrej Salner on December 22, 2008
Newspapers will become a lucrative niche for SEO. There are signs of print newspaper slowly fading away - two Detroit daily papers are refocusing on digital, as the old model had become "unsustainable". Circulation and advertising revenues are falling for newspapers around the world.
Wrote Daniel Duriš on September 18, 2008
We often receive questions about our company name - why in the world would someone call a SEO company Pizza SEO?
Wrote Andrej Salner on July 17, 2008
Google can now index Flash better than before. What this means is that Google can now provide searchers even more information than before – if you look for information only found within a Flash site that Google can read there will be a result where there used to be none.
Wrote Andrej Salner on May 27, 2008
Usability of internet banking applications matters – for some bank clients it is in fact one of the decisive factors in choosing a bank.
Wrote Andrej Salner on February 26, 2008
OpenPhrases.com is a keyword research tool for search engine optimisation coming out of Slovakia, introduced in 2007. We use it extensively at Pizza SEO because it offers information on Slovak keywords – something we cannot get in many other places. In this respect, OpenPhrases.com has very few competitors.
Wrote Daniel Duriš on November 1, 2007
What do Pizza SEO and Britney Spears have in common?
Wrote Daniel Duriš on September 6, 2007
I use PC with Linux operating system. I am a satisfied customer of Amazon.com as well. I was therefore surprsied by the fact that Amazon does not provide music samples for users on Unix and Linux systems.
Wrote Daniel Duriš on August 20, 2007
Successful viral marketing is getting tougher and tougher every day and requires great powers of invention and innovation. Keepon dancing robot created by Hideki Kozima and programmed by Marek Michalowski reacts to the music vibrations (or sound vibrations to be correct).
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