(written 04/12/2013) Earlier this week, I was introduced to breaking news of a massive attack on WordPress sites. An ecommerce site that I’d worked on was experiencing broken code. I contacted hosting’s tech support and they let me know they had been experiencing hack attacks on their servers. In order to keep all their servers […]
When you are planning to launch an online presence, it’s important to develop your website’s content before a designer begins building the site. How the site looks is important, but not remotely close to the message that it delivers. This article will help you create that message. 1) Why are you making a website? Your […]
I’ve attended conventions like the Portland Code Camp at Reed College. One of the classes that I felt most involved with was the Search Engine Optimization and Internet Marketing lecture. The class was taught by Colleen Wright and assisted by Jennifer Goudey-Forster. Although much of the class covered information I have already written about, I […]
Hits coming from search engines are called organic visits. If you’re a business, however, you might as well call them new customers. Most businesses invest in a website to expand their customer base, unfortunately, without proper attention to SEO (Search Engine Optimization) a nice website can sit unnoticed. Each click that leads to your website […]
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Do you visit a number of web pages for information? Does it also relate to your web page? If so, you should think about offering posts from those sites on your website with RSS feeds. An RSS feed can add links and text directly to your site. Plus, it updates itself automatically! In fact, this […]