Transform your career – learn Google Analytics and become a “Creative Data Scientist” David LaFontaine has created a new series of videos for Pluralsight, aimed at teaching creative professionals to learn Google Analytics, and get over their fear of the spreadsheets, numbers, charts and graphs in web analytics. These are some of the topics covered […]Read More
In Part 1 of this series, we took a look at tools that manage multiple social media accounts. Part 2 was about analytics that dive deep into the social streams and emerge with data that helps you understand what’s happening. These were top-level tools; this post is going to get a lot more granular, taking […]Read More best practices, FakeFollowers.com, how-to, Instagram, justunfollow.com, Meshfire, pinterest, tools, Trendsmap, Twitalyzer, Twitter
When you redesign a website, you often have to change the URLs of some or all of the pages in the site. And when you do, you risk breaking links to your website, and confusing Google, which can hurt your page rankings in search engine results. Google recommends that if you change the URL of […]Read More
It’s easier than ever to launch a new business today because there are so many services that can save you money. Here are a few that startups can use to grow faster by tapping into a team of designers, legal experts, and other reasonably-priced services. Design Services Canva Create your own designs with this remarkably […]Read More
It’s increasingly important to make your website mobile friendly, but do you need an app, too?
The Art of Mobile Design
A mobile website looks great on small and large screens.
An App, or as the geeks say, a “Native App,” is an application that you have to download from iTunes or another store.Read More mobile web design, web design, wordpress
There are many ways to improve SEO. These three search tips can help you make more informed decisions about your SEO efforts. 1. Search to see how many people link to you. This is a great way to find potential friends and allies you might not even know you have. To find inbound links […]Read More content strategy, SEO, web content, web design
If you answer yes to 3 or more of these points, it’s definitely time to redesign your website or blog.
1. The growing mobile web audience has led to new approaches in web design. Today the best sites use a technique called Responsive Design to adjust the size and positioning of page elements to best fit small and large screen sizes. If you can’t read the text on your website when you view it on a mobile phone, or worse, you can’t even see it on a mobile phone, it’s definitely time to join the modern mobile world.Read More change how a wordpress blog looks, content strategy, customize blog appearance, edit wordpress blog, mobile web design, redesign, responsive, web design
Before the world can see your Web site, you have to publish it on the world wide web. Although you can run your own web server, most people sign up with a web hosting service. Essentially, you rent server space from a web host for a monthly or annual fee, ranging from as little as […]Read More dwcs3, dwcs4, dwcs5, dwcs6, web hosting, wordpress
I’ve had several people ask me this question — “How do you redesign a WordPress site (or any other site) without messing up the “live” site while you work on the new site design?” It’s such a great question, I’m creating an entire course on redesigning and moving websites for creativeLIVE. (You can find links […]Read More
A clear goal: If you’re not clear on your top goal(s), you’re sure to confuse your audience. Visitors to your site should be able to tell what your site is about in 3 seconds or less. A clear call to action: What is the thing you most want visitors to your site to do? Buy […]Read More