WordPress sites can be great for SEO — really among easy-to-set up, widely used CMSs or site building solutions, there aren’t many I would recommend above WordPress. And of course, WordPress is a great solution for building websites in general (with about 25% of sites on the internet being run on WordPress).
There are fantastic plugins that allow you to deploy performance improvements that can boost your rankings with no technical expertise. And if things get ugly, there’s a huge and relatively low cost development community at your fingertips online.
Unfortunately, the flexibility of WordPress can mean that after the initial setup, you may find that you have some SEO issues you weren’t expecting. And with the sheer mass of plugins available to help you solve these problems, it can be a bit daunting to find the right ones. …
Read the full report: startupbootcamp.org/startup-eco-report
In 2016, Startupbootcamp selected startups for our programs on 3 continents. With the investment teams from 14 programs scouring the globe for the best startups around to accelerate, we have a bird’s eye view on startup ecosystem support.
We compiled an analysis from thousands of applications received by our accelerators, as well as data on VCs, universities, and other types of organizations that support entrepreneurship. We’ve created this analysis to better understand the startup hubs that exist across the world and the teams that apply to our programs.
We generated a list of the Top 25 Countries for Startup Support, using ranking factors such as the number of coworking spaces, top engineering schools, VCs, successful exits, funding rounds raised, and a variety of others. …
Originally featured here: http://www.startupbootcamp.org/blog/2015/november/past-future-augmented-virtual-reality.html
A Very Brief History of Virtual and Augmented Reality
Did you know that it’s possible to see the Big Ben, the Statue of Liberty, and the Great Wall of China, all in just one day? If you’ve heard of Oculus Rift, then you might not be even slightly surprised.
Virtual reality (VR) is the technology that will speed us into a future of immersive entertainment, communications, and commerce. Yet the resounding majority of people have never even used it, let alone know what it is. …