A way of defining the appearance of a site that’s independent of its content. For example, CSS defines which colors and fonts should be used for headlines, bulleted lists, and paragraphs. Cascading style sheets also allow the same content to also be displayed in varying styles for different devices including PC monitors, in print or on a smartphone, greatly improving the effectiveness of the site’s content on a number of devices.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)
Rolando L. Herrera is a Manager for Insignia SEO an Austin SEO Company at the heart of Texas. He was the VP of Marketing at XTech Staffing. He's a marketing expert with experience working for Fortune 500 companies like the Walt Disney Corporation. He’s helped brands and businesses grow at a rate of 300% over their prior years using innovative digital delivery methods. Before creating Insignia SEO, Rolando worked in creating and developing sales teams in the Telecommunications field. His sales team was among the most successful in the company due to the marketing techniques that were implemented in the sales process. Using marketing as the delivery method for sales with mail marketing, email marketing, and affiliate marketing strategies the team had a funnel with extremely high conversion rates.