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Beginner's Guide to XML Sitemap Creation and Installation

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The sitemap is a roadmap for all the pages on your websites. The XML sitemap guides Google and any search engine to the main content on your site, making one relevant for SEO.

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Website speed fundamentals, assessment tools, and best practices

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Website speed was officially announced as a ranking signal in 2010. So how do you ensure your site speed is top notch? Like any other SEO task, a multitude of tools are available to do the job and using more than one is always recommended.

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Webpage Status, and Error Codes

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Understanding status codes is a fundamental tool of SEO. To produce a webpage your chosen browser sends a request to a server, the server then responds to the request with a three digit “HTTP Status Code”. Learn webpage status and error codes in this post.

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Competitor Keyword Research

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Do you sell a product or provide a service, do you have one or many “competitors”, do you have a website? If you answered “yes”, then you need to start doing competitor keyword research. Not only will it help improve your site, it can help improve your search rankings.

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301 Redirects - Save your Search Placement

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Google has confirmed “early July 2018” they will alert web surfers of the non-HTTPS status, or not secure websites will be flagged with a warning in the URL bar of the surfer’s browser.301 Redirects can save the day for websites seeking compliance.

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What is CSS Minify and How to Implement It

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One of the quickest ways for people and search engines to lose interest in your site is slow loading times. These days no one wants to wait for a page to load. So, if your site is slow, people will quickly move on to the next one.

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What to look for in CMS

Looking to add a CMS, or Content Management System to your online system? Does your business provide rich media, like photos or videos? Do you add content quite often? If so, a CMS would be the right fit. But with so many different options, how do you decide which one is best for you? We’ve come up with a list of things you should consider when looking for a CMS.

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5 Ways UX can Improve Your SEO

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Advanced CRO or Conversion Rate Optimization is often described as A/B testing and can involve an expensive trial & error process. In a lot of cases, that cost doesn’t even come with any guarantee you’ll ever see results.

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Sitefinity: Content Management Strength and Usability

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Sitefinity, a high-end CMS, delivers web-based content management, e-commerce and robust marketing tools.

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Redesign Your Business Website at Least Every Three Years

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Updating your business website can be one of the most important internet marketing strategies to invest in. Read the key reasons: First Impression, Compliance, and Security for making sure your website design is up do date.

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Zoey: High Performance Ecommerce

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One characteristic above all separates Zoey from its competitors: The Zoey platform

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Innovative Web Design that Lasts

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You don’t get a warning in the mail notifying you that your website is out of date. Most web developers or designers will advise a website redesign every two years. After you hit

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Tips on Choosing a Digital Agency Part III: When Marketers and Designers Work Together, You Win

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The difference between building your business’ web site and having professionals do it...

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BigCommerce: How We Unleash Power, Punch, and Performance On Your Ecommerce Site

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Why do so many ecommerce companies hire technology professionals? Because they know (or have discovered

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Is WordPress a good, fast, inexpensive option for my website?

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Once upon a time, making a handcrafted website was expensive and time consuming. Now, there’s a content management system called WordPress that changes that. WordPress is an open source tool that gives anyone the ability to manage content with ease. In fact, many famous bloggers, celebrities, and even some Fortune 500 companies use WordPress as their online publishing platform. It may very well be the fastest and least expensive way to get your business on the Internet.

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My WordPress Site Has Been Hacked, Who Can Help?

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Hackers are a sad reality of our tech-driven life. Falling victim to a hacker is a very real possibility no matter how secure your site is.

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Why Isn’t Sitefinity Sending Password Reset Emails?

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Admin forgets their password. They’ve tried using the password reset on Sitefinity’s login page, they’ve had another admin trigger the

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Platforms are Foundational: Tips on Choosing a Digital Agency Part 2

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WordPress? Sitefinity? Big Commerce? These are all Content Management Systems and if you’re doing research ...

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Can I Get a Secure Website for Free?

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Internet Security Research has secure, free and painless SSL certificates with Let’s Encrypt. Learn more about getting yours.

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Is open source software like WordPress and Magento really free?

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Well the real answer is it’s complicated and changes over time as the software industry matures; first let’s look at history a bit.

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