Friday, June 23, 2017

Three Essential Tools for Your WordPress Site

WordPress has become the default¬†choice for a majority of websites being built today. Partly because of this, it has also become a target for many hackers from around the world. ¬†Even hosting companies are coming under increasing attacks on a regular basis. One of your primary resources is to always make sure you have a […]

SEO and Website Design

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SEO is Not Contrary to Good Design First let me get this off my chest – an SEO friendly site does not mean that the site is not user friendly or that it sacrifices good design. And vice-versa, a well designed and user friendly site can still be extremely SEO friendly. I often hear people […]

How to Choose a Domain Name

Choosing a Domain Name Though it is sometimes possible that your wonderful, memorable and money-magnetic domain label will come right from ‘out of the blue’, you need to have a good contingency plan. From personal experience of my own and my clients, I know it can be a frustrating exercise. In fact, choosing that perfect […]

Using Hashtags on Twitter

Hashtags: The use of #hashtags has boomed over the past several years on Twitter. They have become a staple of life on Twitter since 2009 and have now been adapted across other platforms, most notably Google+, Instagram, Pinterest and Tumbler as well as many others. What are Hashtags? Simply put, a hashtag is a word […]

Twitter

Twitter is fast becoming one of the fastest growing social media sites on the planet. It’s an excellent way to promote your business. However a with most things there is a right way and a wrong way to use it. If you’re new or even somewhat experienced with twitter, then “Twitter Rockstar” is for you. […]