A lot of business owners don’t know all of the passwords required to manage their website. This can present big problems. Why does this happen? What passwords do you need for your website?
Do You Need A Mobile-Friendly Site For Your Business?
Will a mobile-friendly website help your business? Let’s face it, mobile-friendly sites are expensive and before you make that investment, you want to make sure it will really help your business grow.
Five Ways To Start Your Site Off Right In 2014
What are five things you should do to start 2014 off right for your website? Find out in this week’s blog post and get started improving your site today.
Reviewing The Various Ways To Handle Not Found Errors
Incorrect handling of not found errors causes confusion, either for a person visiting your website or for a search engine crawling your website (or, often times, both). Learn how to properly fix 404s.
Do You Have Enough Content On Your Website
Is your content too thin?
Want Traffic? Give People A Reason To Visit Your Website
Why aren’t people visiting your website? Probably because you haven’t given them a reason to.
Success Means Doing A Lot Of Little Things Right
The path to success is doing lots of little things right, not doing a few big things.
Tracking Your Contacts
Reporting doesn’t need to be a pain. It is a matter of tracking the right numbers. What are the three most important numbers to track to know how your sales and marketing efforts are working?
Analyze Your Content
What are the top pages on your website? Why should you care and what can it tell you about how your website performs?
How Speed Impacts Your Website
If you run a website, you need to measure the speed of your website. More importantly, you need to determine how many customers you are losing with slower site speeds. How do you measure the speed of your site? How do you measure the impact the site
Handling Broken Pages
What are the best ways to handle a not found error on your website?
Content Problems: Thin Content
What is thin content and how can you avoid it on your website?