Every membership website has different needs – sometimes very different. The wise choice is to consider my specific requirements and find the premium membership plugin for WordPress (aka membership website software) that best fulfills the needs for my specific project. Along with the specific needs of a project, where there are mostly small differences between plugins, is the […]
I’ve been big proponent of WordPress for a few years now – and not a fan of Wix, Squarespace or any other drag & drop oriented service that claims to be quick & easy. Now, thanks to WP Site Care, we have proof that WordPress, despite its reputation for complexity, is easier to use. In […]
Thanks to Google’s Andrey Lipattsev, we now know what the top 3 Google SEO ranking factors are: 1a. Links that point to your site (aka backlinks) 1b. Links that point to your content (aka keywords on your own site linked to other parts of your site) 2. RankBrain They had always been coy about #1a and […]
We provide keyword research and complete content marketing strategies to many clients. We’re often asked what kind of results can be expected – what does good SEO look like? The image above shows 2 years of organic traffic growth for one of our clients. In case you’re wondering, organic traffic is people who visit your site after searching for something […]
This is a tutorial on how to speed up a WordPress website in about 5 minutes. It’s not meant to be deep, intricate or comprehensive. You won’t need to login to your host to edit any configuration files. Think of it as Level 1 performance tuning that anyone running a WordPress website can do. For Level 2 […]
Facebook is a fantastic advertising platform due to the detailed targeting possible. All of the demographic info we provide Facebook – personal details, location, likes, etc – can be used to advertise to a very specific audience. They even have algorithms that make guesses on whether someone is pregnant and what their income may be. […]
These are my private notes on Live Development on Acquia Drupal sites. They may be a little sparse and lacking a few details but they work. I made this due to a lack of details in Acquia’s documentation. Consider it a git cheat sheet for dummies 🙂 How to do Live Development on Acquia Drupal […]
On April 21, Google updated their search algorithm. They started pushing mobile-friendly websites up in the rankings. And they started penalizing sites that did not adapt to mobile devices.
This much is clear: being mobile friendly is a critical aspect of online businesses now.