Kumail Hemani says, “A site migration takes place when a website is re-vamped from some reason. This could be a new design or adopting a new CMS. It is sometimes more complicated than it looks depending on the size of the website. Site migrations come with a lot of risks which can potentially cause your business […]
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In a recent article on the Econsultancy blog, Nikki Gilliland says, “The ‘migration myth’ is the belief that companies are automatically going to lose traffic and revenue in the site migration process. Luckily, this myth doesn’t have to be any more than that, if you remember these five important points, extolled by Jon Earnshaw, the […]
Marc Herschberger says, “Your website might be sick (and not in a good way). Don’t take it personal, most websites on the Internet today are suffering from something that’s holding them back from being in tip-top shape. Now, you may be saying, “Well, hold on! If you’re saying my website is sick, how come I don’t […]
Manage your WordPress sites (and client sites) from a central command center, your WP Fast Dash. This web-based software by Bill Guthrie and Manfred Ekblad handles all your maintenance process centrally: • Install plugins and themes on all your sites • Update plugins and themes on all sites • Collect statistics on all sites • […]
Todd Gross and Girithara Prakash have just released sophisticated software for managing a portfolio of WordPress sites called WP Blazer 2.0, enhanced from the original version, released some time ago. If you have more than 1 or 2 sites, this software can make your “behind the scenes” work a lot easier. And it helps you […]
The latest article on ‘Website Magazine’ is titled “Use the C.L.I.C.K. System to Assess Your Website”.
The latest article on ‘Marketing Land’ is titled “Use Google Analytics To Create Campaigns, Not Just Track Them”.
The latest article on ‘Marketing Land’ is titled “Take Control Of Your Visitors’ Eyes”.
The latest article on HubSpot blog is titled “7 Times You’ll Kick Yourself for Not Learning HTML”.
Experian’s ‘Driving Web traffic and ad sales through strategic content development‘ Webinar on Replay
Experian’s ‘Driving Web traffic and ad sales through strategic content development‘ webinar is on replay.