Of 100 requests for quotes to convert a website to WordPress, 20 of those websites will be in Joomla, 10% of them will be produced using old HTML code using Dreamweaver, Website Tonight or even raw hand-coding. The remaining 5-10% will be from websites created with Drupal software. This morning a quote request came in asking why WordPress is so much better than Drupal. Here is my response: Read more now about One Big Reason Why WordPress is Better than Drupal
Here Next Year, LLC officially announced today its launch of MyColumnWeaver, an in-house developed plugin for WordPress. Its function is to allow a user with no HTML or CSS experience to add columns to their website.
Here Next Year president, Marty Dickinson, suggests, “The most common use for this plugin will be featuring an image in a left column with descriptive content in a right column such as the following display: Read more now about MyColumnWeaver Plugin for WordPress is Live!
For the past six months or so, I’ve been encouraging (maybe even urging) all of my clients to converse with me by Skype Instant Messaging before sending me emails or trying to reach me by phone.
Read more now about 42 IM Tips for Business Communications
It’s not new news, but if you haven’t heard the statistic before that only 2% of any post you make on facebook will be seen by your facebook fans and friends, then it’s new to you! And, it’s important for everyone to take action toward increasing that number.
Read more now about Get More Friends and Fans to See Facebook Posts
No matter which candidate you voted for in the 2012 presidential election, you have to give both credit for their 24/7 determination and unending energy of middle aged men as if they were two 10-year-old boys attempting to impress the new girl at school that just moved in from out of state.
Read more now about What We Learned About Business from the 2012 Election
Beginning more than 16 years ago, since the early days of AOL and Yahoo!, I’ve had a fascination with how search engines determine what website and what page of a website gets positioned on a search result and where that ranking occurs.
For my entire full-time web marketing career, more than 70% of my traffic building energy has been to get better search positions for my own 100+ websites and websites owned by my professional speaker, author, and company clients. Read more now about Google Makes Major Change
Growing up around New York City until my mid-20′s, and now living in Colorado, I still can’t imagine fully the thoughts and fears people must be going through as they prepare for surviving Hurricane Sandy. Damage has already started and the eye hasn’t even reached land yet and now they’re predicting a “12″ feet high storm surge!! High rise buildings will see sustained winds of more than 100 mph at the top of the buildings! Read more now about Surviving Your Own Hurricane Sandy
For the first time in probably 10 years, I’ve finally seen a decrease in off-shore SEO Gamers pounding my emails (and client emails) trying to offer their latest “guaranteed #1 position on Google for $50/month” program.
I use the term SEO Gamers because these are the guys that keep looking for ways to work around Google SEO standards to the point where they’re gaming the system. Eventually, Google catches on and penalizes a high percentage of websites that possess those sneaky workaround features. Read more now about SEO Gamers Laying Low
Let’s face it. Web marketing has become just too complex to do on your own anymore. You can go to all the conferences and Meet-up groups you want, but when it comes right down to it, successful web marketing for your business means having a team of people working hard through a process…in the right places at the right time…to achieve more online leads and sales.
Read more now about 3 Types of Web Marketing Mentors