03Nov
By: Dave Haygarth On: November 03, 2016 In: Internet trends, Mobile Web Comments: 0

They predicted 2016 a long time ago and in October 2016, it happened. 51.3% mobile and tablet browsing and the desktop’s at 48.7%.  No surprises, really....

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03Jul
By: Steve Riley On: July 03, 2015 In: Internet trends, Mobile Web, Reverse Delta's Blog Comments: 0

At the risk of banging an all-too familiar drum, we’ve just stumbled across some interesting data from the Indeed blog. You’ve heard us urging you to...

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16Feb

Last week we tweeted about the shift in expectations amongst website users about the way sites should respond intelligently to the device they’re using. Sites that...

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07Mar

I’ve been asked this quite a lot lately, so felt it a good time to blog about it. At Reverse Delta, we specialise in recruitment websites,...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: October 06, 2011 In: Internet trends, Mobile Web, Online Recruitment Comments: 0

After the sad passing of Steve Jobs today I was prompted to take a quick look at the web analytics of a client. We’d been discussing...

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I’m delighted to announce our new product – FXRecruiter Mobile Edition – a mobile recruitment website solution. It’s been in the labs for a while and...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: January 16, 2009 In: Internet trends, Mobile Web Comments: 0

It shouldn’t really surprise me that this type of thing happens, but somehow I find the power of the mobile internet amazing – still. I’ve been...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: April 22, 2008 In: Fun, Gadgets, Internet Marketing, Mobile Web Comments: 0

Regular readers (yes, you two) may have recalled me advertising my “World’s first MP3 player” for sale a few weeks ago. I jokingly said it was...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: January 26, 2008 In: Gadgets, Mobile Web, Web news Comments: 0

You may have read me whinging about iPhone limitations (mainly the fact it doesn’t use 3G/HSDPA, but also the O2 lock-in). The iPhone’s Safari browser is...

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By: Dave Haygarth On: January 25, 2008 In: Gadgets, Mobile Web Comments: 1

I’ve been using my 3G mobile (a Nokia N73) to access the internet whilst out and about for some time now.  It seems a logical twinning;...

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