There is an overwhelming amount of content to study when you’re trying to understand SEO (Search Engine Optimization) These are my top 7 places to look for advice as presented in my talk to WordCamp Lancaster 2018 Slides from the talk follow Yoast.com Yoast’s plugin is pretty much the definitive set up for SEO in … Continue reading “Searching for SEO: At least 7 places to look for help”
What’s the deal on marking email as SPAM? What are my options for all the crap?
These are the slides from my talk on content manipulation. If you have questions, please ask! Or download the pdf here: Getting Comfortable with WordPress Philly 2017
A three-hour hands-on session with Kerch McConlogue and Reed Gustow.
Everything we talked about isn’t necessarily here. But it’s a good collection of info.
Advice to help your readers comprehend what you’re talking about AND help the search engines who help them, use these really simple tips.
Is your user name or parts of your domain name being used to attempt hacks to your site?
Why is transferring a domain name so complicated? Every time I set out to do this, something seems to hiccup. So I thought I’d write out the process here. First, a definition: Registrar The Registrar is the company you pay money to to own the domain. It might or might not be your hosting company. … Continue reading “Transferring a Domain Registration
Just the name, not the site”
Regularly when setting up a new site, I change the footer information. I have to look up in my files every time exactly what I like it to say and how it works. I’m posting it here for myself and for any of you who also wonder about this. I generally forget to go change … Continue reading “What goes in the footer of my WordPress sites”
Here you go! Slides from the talk this morning at the Columbus Center in my Home Town! WordCamp Baltimore 2016 from Kerch McConlogue
Sometimes things don’t go the way you think they should. Bad customer service, a broken website, you get the idea. People complain. I’d personally like to think that everyone is kind in their complaints, but it’s almost never the case. I love the answer that Sheryl Sandberg gave to a question about scaleablity of a … Continue reading “Taking feedback well”