Why a new website in 2015

Media Uganda website design in uganda

As we have moved around different new products and ideas across the internet, we could not miss exploring and writing about our web design niche. Several ideas have been express by different web authors and designers about the changing trend in the website industry and some to the point of disheartening if not inspiring.

Mistakes in Uganda Website design

Our Ugandan market might not appreciate the web business line but slowly is catching up. Over the past year when we worked on our search engine optimization (SEO) campaign in 2014 to reach high ranks for particular keyword searches on Google, we found that there were more inquiries into getting a new website or redesigning an old one. A few mistakes can be made when trying to achieve this goal that could lead to loss of SEO ranking with search engines like Google among the few shortcomings. Some of the mistakes could be; Read More…

Improve your google page rank reversing negative SEO

Chance are that your bad google page rank is due to negative SEO.

Media Uganda web solutions last month wrote about negative SEo an highlighted some of the key issues that could bring your site down in page ranking or even be completely be wiped out from the indexing of your website by Google and other major search engines like Bing and Yahoo. We recently found out that you can now download yourbacklinks by date in your

Google releases Handwrite for Mobile and Tablet Search

Google is never ending story with innovation to topple the search engine market through its official announced the release of Handwrite. Media Uganda web Solutions on its search engine optimization and improvement research to improve websites in uganda asking the question how does this affect google rankings and SEO rankings in major search engines and found out that what Handwrite brings to the table is that it enables you to search by just writing letters with your finger most anywhere on your device

Yahoo Mail Servers hacked, over 400,000 passwords revealed

According to CNN, a report was made suggesting that Hackers posted online what they say is login information for more than 450,000 Yahoo users. This move was meant to be a wake-up call and not a threat to the major search engine and email gurus to manage the personal and sensitive data.

The perpetrators claimed, “There have been many security holes exploited in Web servers belonging to Yahoo! Inc. that have caused far greater damage than our disclosure. Please do not take them lightly.” Reports CNN. The statement adds that the “subdomain and vulnerable parameters” that were used to hack the site were not posted “to avoid further damage.”