Write something worth reading or do something worth writing.
– Benjamin Franklin, renowned polymath
Through the years of developing websites, creating content online and actively promoting our work and client’s projects, we have learned a trick or two.
Below, we share the knowledge we acquired all these years and tips we are constantly learning ourselves in the fast-paced world of web development and internet marketing. We’ll be happy to answer any questions as well, so don’t be shy and leave a comment.
As a web developer, Jim is deploying websites, tests hosting providers and servers, improves web pages’ loading speed and employs the latest marketing techniques, so that his blogs and articles rank well at the search engines.
Jim writes at his blogs, other people’s blogs and for clients or partners. He produces search engine optimized (SEO) articles that include a related, high-quality featured image and a share-bait headline, since his content is meant for humans and not for robots. He wants his articles to be found and read, not lost in the internet abyss.
Moving a website to WP Engine and creating a new web design resulted in improved page speed. Website now loads faster than 95% of Pingdom tested sites!
By migrating our websites to WP Engine, their page speed increased (along with page rankings), confirmed by Googlebot itself via Google Webmaster Tools.
YouTube monetization revenue is automatically deposited to Google AdSense. Here is how to associate a YouTube channel with an AdSense business account.
Your website traffic is suddenly dropping day after day! What’s wrong? Before you begin changing important stuff of your website, check out Webmaster Tools.
By connecting your Google Blogger account with Google+, the comments you made at Blogspot blogs will automatically link back to your Google+ profile!