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OWT has been designing and programming web pages since 1994. A lot has changed in that time, as access speeds have increased and technologies evolved. While technological advancements have been great for both the user and web site owner, it is important to distinguish between what industry innovations are appropriate for each individual client's needs and which are not. OWT has the experience to wade through the technological noise and decide which tech will prove to be the best fit for your application. Whether it be leveraging the growing importance of search engine recognition or ensuring the user experience is positive through an efficient and sleek design, OWT is prepared to create a website beneficial for the client as well as their users. 

We provide cost-effective solutions for most any budget.  From over-the-top sites with an extensive custom feature set down, to the simplest brochure site; we can deliver your next website for less than you think. We also provide you with the tool set to keep your content fresh and compelling. 

Although we have clients throughout the United States, we pride ourselves on the exceptional customer service we provide to our customers in the Kennewick, Richland, Pasco and Walla Walla areas. When it comes to accurately designing and implementing a web site, we put customers first. 

Trust the experience that OWT has gained over such a long time in this relatively young industry. OWT will help you make smarter and more cost-effective decisions to make your web initiative positive, productive and profitable. 

 

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Let OWT upgrade your website to use our powerful CMS (Content Management System) that includes a great many powerful features and easy content mangement.  The OWT CMS is also MOBILE FRIENDLY supporting phones and tablets automatically. 

We can use your design or your graphic designers or create a design for you cost effectively.  Building a site in our CMS is fast and efficient. Most small business sites will cost less than $1000 and be unique and customized to your business and needs!  

Now you can upgrade for less than you think!  For a limited time OWT  is offering a $100 discount on Budget CMS3 Sites and $200 discount on Standard CMS3 design and setup!  Contact us now and see how easy and painless we can make this transition for you!

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No matter your web need let OWT show you just how easy we can make it for you!  We tame the technology for you - you don't have to learn complicated control panels as we can do it all for you.  From domain registration to Email and full-featured web hosting OWT can simplify your web experience immensely. 


Industry News

01/29/2020
The winning advertisers understand how third-party sellers, algorithm-driven metrics and Prime work in the Amazon ecosystem.



Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.


01/28/2020

As always, Google is likely to throw a couple of curveballs - However, the SEO industry is coming of age. E-A-T, page quality, on-page SEO audits, and more.


The post Word of advice on exactly what to expect from SEO in 2020 appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


01/27/2020

Founder of DigitiMatic, Pius Boachie talks about digital marketing trends - Paid voice search, interactive content, TikTok advertising, and more.


The post Three digital marketing trends you can’t miss in 2020 appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


01/24/2020

According to Statista.com, by 2021, 3.09 billion will use social media sites. So, if you’re not using social media marketing yet, you’re surely missing out.


The post 12 Unique social media marketing methods that work wonders appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


01/23/2020





















#472 — January 24, 2020

Read on the Web



JavaScript Weekly









▶  A Look at Deno: Could It Supplant Node (One Day)? — Over the past couple of years, we’ve mentioned Deno a few times. It’s a 'new' JavaScript and TypeScript runtime initially created by Ryan Dahl, the creator of Node, so it’s interesting to see how he thinks things should be done nowadays. Version 1.0 is due soon and we'll feature it in more detail then.


Bert Belder






A Guide to ESLint Configuration and Best Practices — A start-to-finish walkthrough aimed at beginners or anyone who usually just copy/pastes settings until things work. This will help you really understand what’s going on.


Lucas Santoni






React Hooks Guide: See the In-Depth Tutorials with Examples — This guide serves as an exhaustive resource for learning the built-in Hooks that are now part of React. Learn all about them as we comprehensively cover: State and Effects, Context, Reducers, and Custom React Hooks. Start learning today.


Progress KendoReact sponsor






TypeOfNaN JavaScript Quiz Questions — A set of 72 (so far) multiple choice questions to test out your JavaScript knowledge. Give it a try over the weekend :-)


Nick Scialli






Playwright: A Node Library to Automate Chromium, Firefox and WebKit — If you’re familiar with Puppeteer for automating Chrome/Chromium, this is in a similar vein for multiple browsers and is being worked on by some of the same contributors. The goal? To be vendor-neutral and to make the APIs more testing-friendly than Puppeteer.


Microsoft






⚡️ Quick Releases






💻 Jobs





Full Stack Engineer — Expensify seeks a self-driven individual passionate about making code effective, with an understanding of algorithms and design patterns.


Expensify






Programmer — Basecamp (Remote) — Join our Research & Fidelity team and help shape the front end of our Rails apps and expand our suite of open-source JavaScript frameworks.


Basecamp






Find a Job Through Vettery — Vettery is completely free for job seekers. Make a profile, name your salary, and connect with hiring managers from top employers.


Vettery



📘 Articles & Tutorials








JavaScript Visualized: Generators and Iterators — An easily accessible introduction to generator functions with code and animated examples.


Lydia Hallie






How to Pass Data Between Components in Vue.js — With several ways to share data across components, it’s worth spending some time to reflect on what best suits your situation.


Matt Maribojoc






Writing Dependency-Free JavaScript — If you really need to have no dependencies at all, these tips may help.


Magnus Hovland Hoff






▶  Scaling Telecommunications Data with a Service Mesh — Luca Maraschi, a TELUS Digital chief architect, shares how they serve massive volumes of data to millions of customers.


Heroku sponsorpodcast






JavaScript Tree Shaking, Like A Pro — Eliminating dead code is becoming an essential practice, to avoid large bundle sizes and improve performance. But “as a general rule of thumb: predicting how Webpack will behave for a given module, is not easy to do by eye.”


Daniel Brain






The Best Way to Build Reactive Sub-Forms with Angular — Learn how to extract repetitive sub-form implementations into standalone, robust and type safe components.


Tomas Trajan






How We Do Efficient TDD with Karma and Webpack — How Bamboo has made the act of writing a unit test, running the test and seeing feedback into a fast, iterative process for their developers.


Josh Hale






TypeScript's Secret Parallel Universe — How TypeScript handles name clashes between types and variables.


Florian Reuschel






A Basic Introduction to 'Big O' Notation via JS — This article won’t get you through a CS degree(!) but if you’ve heard people talking about things like “O(n) complexity”, it’ll help.


Joshua Hall






The 10 Most Important JavaScript Frameworks of The Past Decade? — It’s a bit of a listicle by definition, but covers frontend, backend, and native and broadly matches up with our experiences. Where’s Ember though?


Ovie Okeh






How We Replaced Mocha with Jest


Ákos K



🔧 Code & Tools








React Nice Dates: Responsive, Touch-Friendly Modular Date Picker — Another month, another date picker, but this seems to be a pretty good one. Lots of demos and code examples and the control itself feels good.


Hernán Sartorio






Time-Travel Debugger for JavaScript and TypeScript — Move forward and backwards through your code to understand the conditions that led to a specific bug, view runtime values, edit-and-continue, and more.


Wallaby.js sponsor






Panzoom: A Universal Panning and Zooming Library — Here’s a live demo.


Andrei Kashcha






Ava 3.0 Released: The Popular Test Runner — A popular test runner for Node with a concise API, detailed error output, etc. 3.0 drops built-in Babel support due to advancements in Node’s native modern JavaScript support and this has some implications for how you’ll write your tests so take care with this upgrade and read this post first.


AVA






Proton Native V2: React, but for Desktop Apps — Make cross-platform desktop apps with React without using Electron or a browser by using Qt (or, as of v2, wxWidgets) for rendering native interfaces.


Gustav Hansen






BLAKE3 Hashing for JavaScript: Native Node Binding and WebAssembly — BLAKE3 is a Merkle-tree based cryptographic hash function (originally implemented in Rust) that’s fast, secure, and highly parallelizable.


Connor Peet






Axe Pro: Free Accessibility Testing Tool Created for Development Teams


Deque sponsor






EPANET-JS: Model A Water Distribution Network in JavaScript — This certainly seems like the real deal, but the creator is quick to note that it’s “extremely niche as I don’t suspect there will be many engineers simulating water networks”. Hmm.


Luke Butler






A Big List of HTTP Static Server One-liners — Want to spin up a quick HTTP server locally? There’s a lot of ways to do it.


William Bowers










01/22/2020

New BrandVerity study finds that 63% of consumers are unaware of how search engines work.


The post New study: Majority of consumers are unaware of how search engines work appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


01/21/2020

Digital PR is contingent on one thing—contacting the right people. When you’ve determined who the right journalists, editors, and influencers in your niche are, all you need is a way to reach them. Some journalists’ contact information is harder to reach than others. In this article we look at some hacks for one of the most time-consuming aspects of digital outreach: finding email addresses.


The post How to find any journalist’s email for content marketing outreach appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


01/21/2020

Content marketing, UX, and web design have never been more interlinked and it’s a great opportunity to make the most of them in 2020 through AMP technology.


The post How AMP technology can boost your content strategy appeared first on Search Engine Watch.


01/20/2020

Useful insights from Chris Rodgers, Founder and CEO of Colorado SEO Pros about the conundrum of SEO and SMEs, trends, voice search, and lots more.


The post SEO and SMEs: Q&A with Chris Rodgers, Founder and CEO of Colorado SEO Pros appeared first on Search Engine Watch.