Here’s a quick orientation for the newbie or layperson who has the occasional need to consider image sizes for web and print.
Web is getting more… mobile, accessible, usable. What can you do to improve your customers’ experience on your website?
As website developers we’ve been hearing for a long time that mobile web usage will overtake conventional website usage some time in 2015. Scratch that – now they are saying it will happen in 2014!
By now you should know that your website is a necessary part of your business marketing. Potential customers will use your website to get information and also to decide whether your business can provide what they need.
How to entice people to click on your website in search engine results pages.
You can help your business or organization’s image online by cleaning up your website’s formatting. Make your website easier to read and convey a more professional image.
It’s a good idea to blog on others’ websites, not just your own. But where can you guest blog? Newspapers, your Chamber of Commerce and other organizations, for starters.
Layout suggestions and information guidelines for integrating social media with your website.
High traffic is great, but it doesn’t mean everything. The key question for you is, will SEO improve your sales? The ultimate value of good SEO is to help you sell your product, create awareness or communicate your message.
How to use h1 and h2 tags in Wordpress for good SEO, with video instruction.