July 4th Laptop Computer Discount Coupons

Independence Laptop Sales

As an ongoing feature of Bizwaremagic’s online Laptop Buyer’s Guide we regularly post all the latest laptop computer discount coupons/sales from major players such as HP, Dell, Toshiba, Lenovo, Alienware and many more. July 4th is Independence Day in the United States, and many of these computer manufacturers and retailers are offering some attractive offers where savvy holiday buyers can receive up to 50% off popular electronic products.

July 4th Laptop & Computer Coupons

First up we have the Hewlett-Packard or HP July 4th Sale where shoppers can get up to 50% off storewide with free shipping. These attractive offers include:

– Save 15% instantly for the purchase of configurable PCs $599 or greater at HP.com. Non-stackable, exclusions apply. Valid 6/28 – 7/7

– Save 20% instantly for the purchase of configurable PCs $799 or greater at HP.com. Non-stackable, exclusions apply. Valid 6/28 – 7/7

– Save 25% instantly for the purchase of configurable PCs $999 or greater at HP.com. Non-stackable, exclusions apply. Valid 6/28 – 7/7

– Save 30% instantly for the purchase of configurable PCs $1199 or greater at HP.com. Non-stackable, exclusions apply. Valid 6/28 – 7/7

Find out more about these HP coupons and how to use them here.

Dell is also offering up to 33% on select PCs and up to 65% on select electronics this Fourth of July Weekend – also with no-cost shipping.

Shoppers can also get $100 off the New Inspiron 14 3000 Series laptop with Intel Celeron processor, 2GB memory, 32GB Solid State Drive & Windows 8.1 for just $199.99. Or 45% off the Inspiron 15 5000 Series Touch Laptop with Intel Core i5 processor, 8GB memory, 1TB hard drive & Windows 8.1 for just $599.99.

To view more Dell holiday offers just click here.

Toshiba also has some nice deals for the 4th of July. These discount coupons and others located here: 4th of July Laptop Coupons.

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Memorial Day Laptop Coupons

Memorial Day Laptop Coupons

As an ongoing service to our Laptop Buyer’s Guide and subscribers the Bizwaremagic site regularly posts all the latest discounts/coupons offered by major retailers such as HP, Dell, Toshiba, Lenovo and Alienware. This Memorial Day Holiday online computer buyers can save up to 50% on popular laptops, desktops and tablets.

HP is offering some great coupons on Envy laptops – including $250 off the HP Envy – 15t Touch notebook and $550 off the HP Envy 17t Touch. Desktop bargains include a $550 savings on the HP Envy Phoenix 810st Desktop with i7 Power that starts at $1,250.

Also, online HP shoppers can save $10 on a $60 purchase of select HP products or Save $15 off on an online order of $75 or more. Plus, free shipping is offered on all items.

Dell also has some Memorial Day coupons worth noting. These offers include $300 off select PCs and 43% off the Inspiron 15 3000 series Touch laptop with Intel Core i3 processor, 4GB memory, 500GB hard drive and Windows 8.1 for just $399.99. You can find other Dell discount coupons here.

Finally, other major laptop makers such as Lenovo and Toshiba are all offering special Memorial Day Offers. If you’re interested in taking advantage of these Holiday Deals Click Here.

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Mobile-Friendly: How Google And The Other Search Engine Sites Stack Up In Mobile Readiness?

Google’s April 21st mobile deadline has come and gone. Did you manage to get your website mobile-friendly? Or are you still struggling to get all your webpages mobile-friendly?

To be fair, Google did give webmasters several months warning to get their sites mobile-friendly if their wanted to fully take advantage of Google’s listings/rankings when it comes to their mobile index. Small webmasters with 1000’s of webpages to optimize for the mobile market were left scrambling to meet the deadline.

Google Mobile Test Warning

However, unlike the Panda & Penguin Updates, this time Google promised this mobile update wouldn’t affect or bring down your whole site. In other words, having a few mobile-challenged pages won’t cause your whole site’s rankings/status to tank like it does for the other Updates where a few bad pages or links can send your site into Google Purgatory.

And unlike these other Updates that severely damaged the web and link sharing, making your webpages and site mobile-friendly is a good thing. Since over 50% of web surfers are now accessing the web through their smart phones/gadgets/tablets – improving the mobile user’s experience can only help your site. More traffic, lower bounce rates and more time spent on your pages… this is good for business, not just for higher mobile rankings in Google.

Like thousands, if not millions of other webmasters, I scrambled to get my sites mobile-friendly. I have spent weeks re-writing code and testing my pages in both Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test and the more detailed PageInsights Test.

After managing to get most of my pages at least Mobile Friendly (with scores of at least 90% in the mobile user experience) I wondered just how does Google and the other other search engine sites stack up when it comes to mobile friendliness?

Well, Google.com gets a warning in its own PageInsights Test with a 78/100 Speed score with suggestions to avoid landing page redirects, optimize images and minify JavaScript. However, Google did manage a 99/100 on Mobile User Experience with the suggestion they should consider fixing or re-sizing the tap targets appropriately.

Can’t say I was surprised by the results but did expect to see a 100% on that user experience metric. Guess Google doesn’t really have to live by your rules or their own for that matter, but you would think they would fix the speed issue when it comes to mobile – just saying.

Here’s how Google.com faired on the PageInsights Test:

Mobile

78/100 Speed

Should Fix:
Avoid landing page redirects

Consider Fixing:
Optimize images

Minify JavaScript
7 Passed Rules

Download optimized image, JavaScript,
and CSS resources for this page.

99/100 User Experience
Consider Fixing:
Size tap targets appropriately

That’s Google, but how does the other search engines stack up – remember them, Yahoo and Bing? Not much
better, especially when it comes to page speed.

Yahoo.com PageInsights Test:

Mobile

66/100 Speed
Should Fix:
Eliminate render-blocking JavaScript
and CSS in above-the-fold content
Consider Fixing:
Leverage browser caching
Minify HTML
7 Passed Rules

98 / 100User Experience
Consider Fixing:
Size tap targets appropriately
4 Passed Rules

…………………………………………

Bing.com PageInsights Test:

Mobile

72/100 Speed
Should Fix:
Eliminate render-blocking JavaScript
and CSS in above-the-fold content
Prioritize visible content
Consider Fixing:
Enable compression
7 Passed Rules

100/100 User Experience
Congratulations! No issues found.

While both Yahoo (66) and Bing (72) scored lower on the page speed test, it should be noted that Bing was the only one with a 100% – No Issues Found – on its mobile user experience test. By the way, DuckDuckGo.com also gets 100% on the user experience but only 71 on the speed test.

If you need help with making your webpages mobile-friendly I would highly recommend this comprehensive
article by Aleyda Solis on Searchengineland. You can find it located here.

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