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Remember: SEO is complex and Google releases updates every week. Some updates are small, but some completely turn the world upside down. You will never have “perfect” SEO, so stop worrying about perfection – just be “good”! SEO is about being less imperfect than your competitors. It’s a market, after all. If you practice SEO… Read More

April 1, 2015

Most website owners want to achieve the maximum amount of organic traffic. “Organic” traffic is simply the traffic that you receive from unpaid links on a search engine (as opposed to “paid” traffic). Whether you receive large quantities of organic traffic depends your website’s search authority – this can be improved via search engine optimization (SEO)…. Read More

March 4, 2015

Attention all prospective website owners! Before you can make your website live, you need a host server. Every website on the internet has a “host” or a “server” where the website’s files are stored and made accessible for execution. What does that mean? Simply put, without a host your website will not be accessible to… Read More

February 19, 2015

In past articles like, “The Internet Battleground: What Makes A Website Successful?” and “Information Needed Before Building A Website” I outlined the importance of knowing your target audience and targeting them within your website design. So how exactly do you target a specific audience? There are many factors that improve experience for a specific demographic. Using targeted content, design,… Read More

February 3, 2015

So you want a new website for your business or personal interest? If you are not experienced with creating and developing websites and you also want a website that is going to rock people’s socks off, you are going to need a web developer. However, it is not as easy as picking out a web… Read More

January 26, 2015
Best Posts of 2014

The coming of the New Year always brings both big expectations and reflections on the year that was. While planning out this year’s blog, I thumbed through our posts from 2014 and found some exceptional posts that definitely stood out. With each addition that we make to the team, our knowledge gets more diverse. Marketing theory, organic, content… Read More

January 21, 2015

Many business owners and developers are looking for easy ways to develop a website inexpensively while ensuring ease that the site is easily maintained later down the road. If this is important for you or your clients and your website doesn’t need tons of custom functionality, you should be using WordPress. If you are not on WordPress,… Read More

January 11, 2015

Last week I wrote about some new HTML5 tags that you should be using if you are not already. This week, we’ll go over the HTML5 tags that were released with the other semantic tags and input types, but that are not quite supported by all browsers just yet. Even some of the HTML5 tags that I discussed… Read More

December 26, 2014

HTML5 is a fairly new version of the hypertext mark-up language that has been in use since 1993 (known around the world as HTML). Since the days when I began to use HTML to create websites, it has adapted to perform tasks that were once not possible. Many developers are still not utilizing the new features… Read More

December 10, 2014

Installing an SSL certificate for a website can be troublesome enough, but what if you want to force it site-wide? After you get through all of the verification processes, certificate signing requests, and web host support calls to install your SSL certificate, you may now be looking into establishing site-wide SSL. You may have thought the installation… Read More

November 26, 2014

In my past articles, I’ve explained the importance of mobile device compatibility for your website. With traffic exponentially increasing from web enabled mobile devices, you cannot afford to have a website incompatible with mobile. Inevitably, mobile web traffic will overtake desktop traffic. Knowing this, it would be best to prepare for a future in which a mobile… Read More

November 12, 2014

Since Flash’s big debut in 1996, it has been used to provide a multimedia element to web users across the world. However, as we progress further into the evolution of the internet, more development tools have become available as an alternative to Flash. HTML5 and jQuery are two programming languages that are now in use as… Read More

October 29, 2014