Tag Archives: website

See the new blog layout? It’s sure not ’cause I planned it this way.

Yes, the blog looks different. That’s because I made a mess. This is what happens when you are trying to improve a blog’s loading speed (a site that is slow to load = bad, both for readers and for SEO.) … Continue reading

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The 8 WordPress plugins that I recommend for your blog

The great thing about (powerful AND free) WordPress.org online publishing software is that you can customize it with plugins. The problem with this abundance of bloggy toys is that there are so many different ways to customize, you may go … Continue reading

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Taking a Google licking but still ticking

Thought for the day…. As many of you know, I’ve been dealing with the nasty WordPress Pharma hack┬áhere on Sheila’s Guide (don’t worry, it’s safe for your computer or mobile device to be here; the hack only messes with this … Continue reading

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A 2 X 4 upside the head about websites

Not having a website in 2010 is akin to not having a telephone number. Why would you make it hard for customers to find you? Why would you cede your online presence to TripAdvisor, UrbanSpoon, Yelp or Merchant Circle? That’s … Continue reading

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Ideas for a travel and tourism Web site overhaul

There’s a lot of action going on right now in my Travel 2.0 LinkedIn Group. One of the members (Mike Huber, working with a commercial Arizona travel company not affiliated with the Arizona Office of Tourism ) asked this question … Continue reading

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