Anyone who’s at least dabbled in website management knows the trials and tribulations of migrating a site. It always seems that a simple task on paper gets overly complicated which leads to wasting days if not weeks instead of hours. Precisely because of this everyone’s always looking for ways to make this process more accessible to a broader user base.
Nowadays hardly anybody has time anymore. We’re hectically running from one task to the next meaning that wasting time is not an option. The same is inadvertently then applied to browsing. With the evolution of smartphones and fast internet connections, we’re constantly online, and when you consider the amount of content that’s available, it’s easy to see why the need for fast service is essential.
You won’t waste your time waiting for anything, because just a few clicks away there’s someone who’s offering the same content, product, and/or service, but is faster at delivering that information to you.
In order for a company or an individual to have their website accessible via the World Wide Web, they first need to have a computer or server which is going to contain their website. In the early days of the “modern” internet, individuals and companies relied on their own infrastructure in order to provide their website to their users.
Then, in the middle of the nineties, web hosting services started to grow exponentially, and more and more companies and individuals turned to web hosting services to have their websites stationed on their servers. The web hosting service will host your website on their servers provided that you have already bought the domain of your choosing. If you do not yet own a domain, the web hosting service will gladly provide you with one.
Customizing a business’s online image is important for numerous reasons. Largely, this customization falls under the branding strategy and helps an entrepreneur or their company be seen as a recognizable and reliable player on the market.
Additionally, branding makes a company look more professional and more attractive to potential customers. In other words, many of the prospects will more easily turn into customers once the company has set up a well-rounded brand.
The built-in WordPress maintenance page is not user friendly. There’s no button to turn it off or on, and there’s no GUI to modify it. It’s basically built in a way so that users don’t know it exists. Here’s a simple guide to disabled, enabled, and modify the default WP maintenance page.
Small business owners love the simplicity combined with expandable functions and features of WordPress. But the more features your website provides, the more does it put you at risk of violating the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) and other regulations and laws in your country.
Continuous improvement is everyone’s main goal. But how do you know what works and what needs improvement? Ask your customers! We did just that, and we are sharing the interview with Paul Charlton, the mastermind behind WPTuts, in full!
Before choosing a hosting company and deciding on the best server for your website, you want to be sure of the most supportive CMS for the site features and structure. While a handful of developers would make recommendations on what CMS to use, it’s ideal to closely investigate the technology profile of similar successful websites. And fortunately, achieving this is quite easily using CMS detection tools.
UTM tags (or parameters) provide details about how each visitor that has been referred from another page landed on your website. Google Analytics (and other analytics software) categorize each traffic source by parsing these tags. With this information, you can optimize your site & campaigns for better conversions.