At least once a year, a client comes to me in a panic because their domain name expired. There’s never a good excuse for why this should happen, although I think I know why it does. Domain names expire because there’s a mismatch between the expiration date of the domain and that of the credit […]
After the initial warm glow of a website launch fades, you have to focus your attention on keeping it up to date. An up-to-date website performs better in search engines, keeps visitors coming back, and encourages sharing and engagement on social networks. Here is a real-life website update request form you can use in your own business.
With smartphone and tablet usage stats climbing every day, you have no choice but to be prepared to take your online presence mobile. If your customer have to “pinch & zoom” to see you, they’re going somewhere else. This webcast shows you how to get started with going mobile, with suggestions to focus your efforts and some ideas you can implement immediately!
Nothing says “I don’t care about my website” more than an outdated copyright year. If I go to a site, and see “Copyright © 2010″ in the footer, I usually leave. Back in the day, you had to manually update your copyright year every January. Some website systems like WordPress have built-in methods to keep […]