Beginning April 21, 2015, changes to Google's search algorithm will have a worldwide impact on sites not optimized for mobile, leaving those unprepared scrambling to implement mobile-friendly changes. Unless you want to gamble with Google, now is the time to check your site and make necessary changes.
One detail you absolutely can not oversee when launching a new project is hosting. This article is aimed to help you a bit in making an educated decision. We will focus on one of the most affordable and reliable companies on the market - Bluehost. Find out about their services and prices and if it all fits your project.
Any truly complete digital marketing plan will involve a website which has been optimized properly for all of the benefits which can be gained from social media. I your website happens to be a WordPress based one - here are some of our very favourite WordPress social media plugins for you to choose from.
There comes a time in every creative professional's life when a site redesign is in order. In my case, my site redesign was way overdue, so I couldn't postpone it any longer. What I wasn't prepared for, unfortunately, was how frustrating and long the whole process was, from the time I committed myself to the site redesign until its completion!
Your web hosting company is the oft-overlooked aspect of your website. Even so, your website lives and dies by the dependability of your web hosting company, so it pays to invest a fair amount of time in picking and choosing among the possibilities out there. Two of the biggest web hosts out there are Bluehost and GoDaddy.
2014 could be the year when your website finally attracts eyeballs of search engine readers, and loads of them, but how far it can reach in terms of numbers depends on multitude of factors, including web design.
Registering a domain name that works for you these days can be an uphill climb. After all, by some estimates, there are actually more than 10,000 domain name registrations a day!
Let's face it: Effective and good hosting is exceptionally vital to any website. After all, it is the basis of your web site. Just think of it this way: If your web site experiences server downtime, it will have dreadful consequences. Your business and brand could well suffer irremediable damage, which is very costly if you've been painstakingly building your brand for a number of years! If you're a professional who's serious about his website, then you must ensure it's in good hands.
Anyone who's been blogging for a substantial length of time can tell you how important it is to have a large and flourishing e-mail list. Most website owners use daily traffic as the main metric of a site's success, but there are other factors you should consider.