- Asheville Web Design: Thanks for Being Such Great Test Subjects
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- Your Web Design In The New Mobile World
- Mobile Web Is Old News
- Reasons Why You Need A Mobile Web Site
- In Web Design Everything Is A Specialty
- Anatomy of A Web Page, Strategic Code Placement
- CONTENT, CONTENT, AND DID I SAY CONTENT!
- Your Website as Real Estate or Virtual Land Real Money
- What is a web site?
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Tag Archives: Google
Early last month we put up a new website. Admittedly it wasn’t our best work. But we were anxious to get a mobile site together and test some theories. It was a sacrifice to use our site but we needed an established real time model. Continue reading
Many times, well actually most of the time, when I try to explain on-page optimization to clients I get a blank stare. So I spend a lot of time educating them and one of the search optimization techniques I stress is “Search Friendly Code”. Continue reading
I saw an article title the other day that read “Content is King “. On the Internet that is truer today, then ever. Search results today are content driven. To have a site that performs consistently well you need good … Continue reading
… your website is real estate. You buy it, build it, improve it and you can re-sell it. And once you adjust to this many other things fall into place like marketing. Understand that your website is the same as a brick and mortar store and all the same rules of driving traffic apply. With that comes an increase in value. Continue reading
Just what is a website exactly? Well by definition, anything connected to the World Wide Web.
In reality it could be hand coded pages, a blog, a shopping cart, or any other number of database driven applications. But all most people see is a “website”.
Ladies and gentlemen, I introduce to you the new consumer, armed with a hand held device. Continue reading
Google stated they will pursue all options to shorten search times. At the top of the list was site load times and robot read times. Continue reading