"Company Q" lost a major client and needed to replace it/them.
About Laurie McAndish KingFreelancer experienced in content development, strategic planning, project management. Also enjoy travel writing, photography, natural history, and chasing the cosmic serpent.
What makes a good app? What makes an app sell? How do you choose a topic and source images? How much content is required and who owns it? How long does it take to develop an app? How much should you charge, and how much money can you make?
Now that you understand the basic components of a blog page you're ready to choose a theme. There is no right or wrong choice; there are only choices that give your website the look and functionality you want—and ones that don't.
Wondering how much traffic a site gets? For good-sized sites, you can check on Alexa.com or Quantcast.com. Quantcast also tells you about your audience: gender, age, children per household, education and income levels, and other demographic information. [/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]
New users don't get the benefit of WordPress—you can easily update it yourself—if they don't know how the software works, so I usually include an hour or two of hands-on WordPress orientation and training along with the website. I just finished working with a newbie (she was familiar with online editing, but that's about all); [...]
Search engine optimization is part art, part science, and always changing. To do it well you'll want to get expert help. In the meantime, here are the basics of SEO writing: Determine the keywords and phrases most applicable to your content. You could reach out to a company such as OutreachPete to help determine which [...]
With tens of thousands—or maybe millions—of WordPress themes available, how do you know where to go to look for one? You can always search for "free WordPress themes" (Google returned about 51,300,000 matches) or "premium WordPress themes" (only 19, 100,000 matches). It doesn't sound very efficient, but it does provide a way to find the [...]
Bradley and I were talking about how to help clients choose a WordPress theme, and thought I'd include this link to an article that discusses these considerations (in addition to solid code): A beautiful home page Multiple skins/colors (including holiday customization) Custom widgets jQuery capability (e.g. for slideshows) An interactive contact page (nice idea, with [...]