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What is Reponsive Web Design

Responsive Web Design – 8 Critical Do’s and Dont’s for 2019

What is Responsive Web Design? Responsive web design is the practice of designing a page or site with a dynamically changing appearance or layout based on the screen size of the person’s device. In 2019 responsive web design is one of the most essential tools for anyone with a digital presence. This practice ensures users will have good viewing experience no matter what type of device they’re using. Perhaps that’s why it’s so surprising, when users are turning more and more to mobile devices and tablets, to find websites that continue to suffer from non-responsive web designs.  This past July,…

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How to Optimize A Youtube Video For SEO

YouTube has come a long way from just being an epicenter of funny videos. It’s currently the second largest search engine, processes more than 3 billion searches a month and 100 hours of video are uploaded every minute. Yet the platform is an untapped traffic source. You’ve heard all about how important Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is for your website, but it shouldn’t stop there. As digital marketers, the team at Tuna Traffic is all about finding a variety of ways to drive traffic to our clients’ sites and appear in the top search results. With video marketing on the…

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10 Adobe Illustrator Tricks Digital Marketers Should Know

10 Adobe Illustrator Tips for Digital Marketers

Does the little orange icon scare you? Don’t let it. Check out the slides below and learn to love Illustrator. The abridged version follows: 1. Embrace Selection Tools The selection tool (black arrow) allows you to select a whole shape or whole group. The direct selection tool (white arrow) allows you to select an individual anchor point, an individual piece within a group, or allows you to modify a path using anchor points and bezier curves. 2a. Learn Shift + Alt… When holding shift, you can scale an object proportionately from a corner. When you hold shift+alt, it still scales the object…

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WordCamp Milwaukee Show and Tell

WordCamp Milwaukee was, in a word, awesome. Our Tuna Team spent three action-packed days presenting, participating and playing. If you weren’t lucky enough to join the WordCamp Milwaukee party, we share with you some WordCamp Milwaukee highlights from our talented Tunas. First off, we present our divine developer, Emma Edgar who enlightened and entertained a packed crowd with her workshop, Custom Post Types. Want to learn more? Take a gander at the slides from her presentation. They’re clear, clever and creative. Next, we present the king of Tuna’s digital marketing castle, Zach Bowers. Zach engaged and enthralled with his presentation,…

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Milwaukee WordCamp 2015

The Tuna Team Takes on WordCamp Milwaukee 2015

WordCamp Milwaukee is here. The annual conference about everything WordPress brings its community-organized events to Milwaukee July 24-26 at UWM’s School of Education.

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5 Tips to Protect Your WordPress Website From Hackers

As much as we may not want to admit it, the threat of hacking is real. From Target to Sony to every website in between, hacking is here. It’s not going away. Every website is vulnerable to an attack from a malicious hacker. Here at Tuna Traffic, we are always on the lookout for ways to help our customers keep their websites as safe as possible and deter hacker attacks. We build our sites on WordPress, the best CMS (Content Management System) for user-friendly, real time management of your documents, blog posts, video, pictures, etc. These outstanding qualities mean WordPress…

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How to Disable ALL Plugins Like a Boss

If you’re coming here with a raised brow, wondering “What in the world could be so boss-like about disabling all plugins?” read on.

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Fun at Wordcamp Milwaukee

It’s Always a Good Time at WordCamp Milwaukee

WordCamp Milwaukee 2014 took place July 25-27 at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee School of Continuing Education.  It was a weekend full of fun events for all WordPress lovers; including presentations, workshops and a rockin’ after-party.  The event was a huge success and a one-of-a-kind way for WordPress fanatics to network with each other. As always, WordCamp Milwaukee had a fabulous lineup of speakers, including two WordPress Whizzes from our very own Tuna Team, Mike Zielonka and Zach Bowers. In Mike’s “How I became a WordPress Hacker” presentation he talked about how to use WordPress hooks.  His discussion focused on what…

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WordCamp Chicago 2014

All I Really Need to Know About Cool WordPress Tools I Learned at WordCamp Chicago

WordCamps are conferences held worldwide for people who love WordPress, our  hands-down favorite Content Management System. WordCamp attracts a slew of people across the globe who think of WordPress as their virtual right hand, helping them to build, work, write and create outstanding online content. Our fearless co-founder and president of the Tuna Traffic WordPress Fan Club, Mike Zielonka, recently attended WordCamp Chicago. Not only did Mike have as he put it, “an unbelievably amazing experience,” he also walked away with his mind all a flutter with cool new WordPress tools that he was bubbling over to share with the…

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WordCamp Milwaukee

Two Fish from the Tuna School are Taking a Swim to WordCamp Milwaukee

Greetings fellow WordPress fanatics, Tuna lovers and Cheeseheads! WordCamp Milwaukee is once again coming to our neck of the sea this July at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. We are proud to announce that two members from the Tuna Team will be imparting their smarts at WordCamp Milwaukee. Mike Zielonka, Co-Founder and Director of Web Strategy, as well as Zach Bowers, Tuna’s Digital Marketing Specialist, will share their tech savvy skills and secrets to what makes them so good at what they do. Mike will be speaking on Saturday, July 26 at 11:30am and Zach on Sunday, July 27 at 11:30am…

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