Site owners have a lot on their plate, and it’s tough enough keeping up with the latest trends in marketing, SEO, and new plugins and tools to make your life easier. But, the one thing most overlook is site security. In reality, my site security actually affects yours, and yours mine. Take this quick Site Security Evaluation Quiz and see how your site measures up.
When most folks think about getting a new website, the first thing they do is research designs. Unfortunately, that’s the first, and most costly mistake they can make in both time and money. After becoming dazzled then dazed from viewing hundreds of sites, they are ready to turn the whole thing over to someone else or resort to DIY templates. That’s the second most costly mistake they make. Here’s what you need to know to avoid these expensive pitfalls that plague so many new site owners.
The home page of your site is the most valuable piece of virtual real estate that you own. It is usually the first thing that your potential clients see. Are they seeing your bio, your resume, or something they are actually interested in – like the problem they are having and the solution you can provide?
Magazine style themes have become very popular in the last couple of years. Many new site owners are drawn to their visual appeal without really understanding how the theme works and if it is a good fit for their content. In this video theme review, I show you all the elements of the theme, how it works with your content, and what’s easy or costly to have customized.
With a minimum investment of a well-designed site that showcases her products and services, is SEO friendly and boasts a fully optimized Google Places listing, see how one business is reaping the rewards of having an online presence.
Websites come in all shapes, sizes, platforms, and functions. There is no one-size-fits-all format. The type of site you need depends entirely on what you want to accomplish. Following are three questions to help you get what you need and avoid expensive pitfalls in both time and money.
The sweeping changes to Facebook business pages have created a lot of buzz about iFrames, ranking, and use of third-party apps. Now that you have more ways to attract an audience to your Facebook page, you want to ensure that your main website is ready for them too. I’ll show you a couple of site elements to check plus ways to spiffy it up for company to pay a visit.
The look of the meta data under your blog post title is probably not something you consider when choosing a site design. But it says a lot about your site and its content to viewers. It could play a key role in your SEO and traffic. Plus, it could signal an open invitation to hackers to break into your site.