You can use AI to assist you with a lot of your small business work. Just be sure to use AI as a tool, and not as a replacement for your own skills and talents.
Website Tech – Turning Your Designs into Working Websites!
Want to be found locally? Use Google Business Profile and local keywords. Want to be found over Voice Search? Take a more conversational tone.
SEO can take a lot of time, so don’t let all your hard work be for nothing because of a few toxic spam links. Find out what you can do!
HTML makes our websites more accessible. HTML helps search engines process the information on our websites. Long story short, SEO needs HTML. Find out how!
How can you get your web pages indexed by Google and Bing quickly? That’s a common question and I have 9 answers that may help you.
Cater a Wedding for 100 People Without Using a Food Processor or Build a Website Using Only HTML and CSS
Learning how a tool works is just as important as using it. Building a website with page builders doesn’t offer you the “why” and “how” that writing HTML does. Find out more!
Your website should contain many things, but there are 4 things it shouldn’t lack. Read about the importance of content, speed, security, and accessibility.
WordPress is perfect whether you are a beginner or a professional. Use it for your cat’s blog or your online shop. With the Full Site Editor you can design in WordPress even easier!
Accessibility means creating websites so people can use them without restriction. It is an important part of sustainable, hygienic marketing.
Marketing Hygiene is the process of maintaining the freshness and function of your marketing tools, processes, and strategies to preserve the overall health and wellbeing of your business.
Your Online Marketing Hygiene includes your Social Media, Website, Online Shop, Email, Search, and Controlling assets and tactics.
Google announced that it will phase out 3rd party cookies in the Chrome browser. It also does not plan to build any similar tracking devices. Their plan is for this to happen in 2023. This change will affect anyone advertising with Google Ads, as 3rd party cookies are important for retargeting us when we move from one website to another.
Your website is your 24/7 marketing platform. Don’t forget to perform a checkup once a quarter. A Site Audit is something you can do yourself. Find out how in Bridget and my TechTalk #5!
Many of our website themes deliver fonts, icons, and other 3rd party material directly to our websites. This is easy and fast and something we don’t think about. This data is sometimes delivered unsecured, and over time it might become a lot of data, thus slowing down our websites. What can we do about that and why would we do it?
If you can do something faster, then you have an advantage. The same goes for websites. No one likes a slow website. Join Bridget and I as we look at how you can speed up your website!
TechTalk #1: Why Your Website Sitemap is Important, How to Make a Sitemap, and How to Implement Your Sitemap
What is the purpose of a Sitemap? Do Sitemaps help SEO? Are Sitemaps still relevant? How do I create a Sitemap? The answers to these questions and more are just a click away!
There is the “Aha moment” when we stand back and ask questions about everything we do. How did that work? Are we doing the right thing? Analytics and tracking allow us to capture the impact of what we are doing on our website, social media, and advertising. It gives us the chance to measure our success or failure so that we can optimise our efforts.
I was invited by Social Champ to talk about Google Core Web Vitals, and it was a great Twitter hour. Thank you, guys! There were a lot of good questions, and the community on Social Champ are great. So what are the much talked about Google Core Web Vitals anyway?
Page builders help everyone speed up the process of creating a website. The bad news is they might be slowing down the finished product. The good news is they don’t have to.
No matter how many websites you build, each one is different. Sticking to a script is not half as interesting as letting WordPress tell it’s own story, which is invariably what it does in each new website.
Drupal is mobile friendly. Very friendly. And that is good so as who carries a desktop around with them any more?
Computers aren’t going away any time soon. You should know how to code – or at least write some HTML.
Your website needs to be accessible. Regardless if someone is using a Tamogotchi or a 10,000 pixel wide Jumbtron.
Does your website need a CMS – a Content Management System – like WordPress or Drupal? That depends on a few things. Read this post for more information.
“Free” is not usually a word you think of when planning a website, but it is not a dream. Open Source CMS are free CMS.