Blogging is rapidly becoming an integral part of running an online business. While some business owners are quick to dismiss blogging as a waste of time and energy, the statistics are suggesting otherwise. As more and more websites start maintaining a blog, there’s an increased demand for a more blog-friendly content management system (CMS). Although… Continue reading Blogging for Business: What You Need to Know About WordPress and Content Management
Above all, websites are vehicles designed to help you achieve larger goals. For example, a restaurant’s site might be created to increase awareness and encourage patrons to visit (or order takeout). An entrepreneur might rely on a website to inform potential clients about his or her services. While a website is an ideal tool for… Continue reading 5 Informative (And Free!) Web Design Tools That Can Teach You More About Your Site
This search engine optimization tip goes way back to the early 90s – back when I first started building websites. In the 90s, it was essential to build websites that were quick and optimized because people still had dial-up internet connections. In order to build a fast loading website, you had to be very careful not… Continue reading Instant SEO Boost: How Compressor.io Can Drastically Improve Your Site’s Exposure
Picture this: You build an amazing site for your business and set it live. A few weeks pass by, and you eagerly check to see how many people visited your site. Despite receiving some decent traffic, you want to take immediate steps to improve these numbers but…you have no idea how to do it. Many… Continue reading What’s Microsoft Clarity and How Can It Help Improve Your Website?
On October 1st, 2019, I started a new service with a wireless phone company, visible.com. I’m really happy with the decision to switch and here are my thoughts after nearly 5 months of using the service. I think it’s important to consider that Bloomington, Indiana (and specifically the west side of town) has very limited… Continue reading Visible.com – The Phone Service of the Future
I met Hans & Donata at WordCamp in St. Louis recently and we immediately hit it off. They run an awesome web service that helps businesses with websites comply with data privacy laws.
Yesterday, I had a client tell me that he had a little over 115 submissions on his website contact form. He was very happy with the results and I asked him how many of those contact form submissions were spam? His answer was, “None of them.” Out of all of the submissions that he had… Continue reading How to set up a secure spam-free email contact form using Google forms