I love WordPress for its ease of administration for non-technical clients. But one major downside to WordPress is how simple they seem to make it to update. Most people don’t realize that if you click that “Please update now” link in the admin site, the whole site could be wiped out. Here are a few […]
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Your business is proudly displayed online with a fancy website for the world to see. But how do you know if anyone is actually visiting your site? With Google Analytics, your visitor’s activities are recorded and the data is displayed in easy to read graphs and charts to help you know how many people are […]
Backlinking has taken a few different turns since I first started working on websites in 1997. The original term was called a “web ring” and it was before the super power search engines came into the online realm as the Dewey Decimal of the Internet. The original web rings were a community-oriented, good will exchange. […]
Kaizen, Japanese for “improvement” or “change for the best”, refers to philosophy or practices that focus upon continuous improvement of processes in manufacturing, engineering, and business management.
As promised, here’s a post about using social for SEO, but after seeing this t-shirt, I just had to change my tone and add a tongue-in-cheek approach in regard to being authentic in the social spheres.
… a good Project Manager could tell you. Project Management, just one of the many hats I like to wear. It fits me well. I like to be organized and best of all, I like process flow. This week, I’m reminded how valuable process flow is. I’m working with a minimum of 6 different teams […]
I’m looking back at the history of SEO and my how it’s changed over the last decade. When we first started looking at ways to make websites rank well in search engines, I found that the 508 Compliance Rules were very similar to well-crafted on-site SEO rules. Then the game became complicated and there was […]
It seems like every couple of weeks WordPress has a new update available and I’m usually hesitant to click on that “Please update now” link every time I’m prompted. But today, I was pleasantly surprised when I updated one of my WP sites and met Benny, the new WordPress 4.0! What’s so cool about Benny? […]
When The Front-End Design Conference in Portland came up, I had no doubt in my my mind that I had to go and feed my geek/designer soul. I had visions of surrounding myself with like-minded geeky peeps while feeling nostalgic roaming my old stomping grounds in the Pearl District. Walking in to the Amory, I was not let […]