In my last blog about Search Engine Optimization I talked about content being king, and 40% of the SEO equation. In this blog I’ll talk about keyword selection.
One of the biggest buzzwords in web development is SEO… Search Engine Optimization. Everyone wants SEO for their site, so that their website shows up more frequently, or closer to the top of search engines.
A few years ago, as I began to expand my use of WordPress with my clients, I was longing for a way to connect to other WordPress users and developers. I began to search for seminars or training opportunities for WordPress, and I discovered a thing called WordCamp.
We’ve all had those less than stellar days when our self-confidence plummets back to Earth. Perhaps it was a business meeting that didn’t go as planned. Maybe you lost a client or suffered a setback with a vendor relationship.
In this day of fast paced technology, there is always some new fad… some new social network… some new website. It’s important to have a pulse on where your customers actually are.