When it comes to SEO, the devil is in the details and it is these details that matter that can make or break SEO efforts.

The Website Redesign Process, Part 2: Analysis

by Taylor Pratt February 13th, 2012

In part one of the website redesign process, we focused on the groundwork of your redesign: goals. The key takeaway of part one is that everyone who is involved with the redesign need to be in sync with goals and expectations prior to any other work being done on the redesign. Now that we have [...]

You can capture as much information you want. Once you get to know where your website users are hitting 404 or broken links you can easily fix those errors and provide a good user experience.

In the last post on the same topic, we discussed 5 essentials. These were URL Structure, Alt and Title Tags, Sitemap, Header Tags, Navigation and Footer Links. Here are a five more ‘essentials’ that can help you ensure a more SEO friendly website.

Website Navigation Designed To Not Make You Think

by Laura Peragallo January 26th, 2012

Navigation that is well-thought out and designed doesn't make you think. And lets face it, less thinking leads to less frustration.

One of the hardest things to learn when it comes to working with clients, especially if you are freelancing, is how to efficiently manage your time and your projects. We have all had those projects that take six months to complete, even though the original estimate showed a four week timeline. We have also had [...]

Instead of leaving your prospecting to chance, you can be proactive and edit your 404 page to be helpful to your prospects rather than aggravating.

A website is nothing if it’s not optimized. The role of SEO experts begins when the website is being built and continues on till much after it is ready. Early SEO interventions will go a long way in maximizing the potential of all SEO tools/elements/techniques used to optimize the site for the search engines.

Let’s take a look at the SEO elements that come into play during website development. By ensuring that they are used in the right manner, you will be improving its chances of getting higher ranking on SERPs.

If you're on Google+ (you're on the only official *Google* approved social network, right?) you owe it to yourself to use these extensions to make it that much better.

How to Set Up Cron Jobs for Optimal System Performance

by Brian Flores December 13th, 2011

Cron jobs are mainly used for administration and system maintenance, but they can be used for smaller tasks having to do with the Internet and email. Since they can be used for so many difference functions, they are versatile and save you time and money.