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Joomla Version Now at 3.4.8: Get Ready for 3.5

Joomla Version Now at 3.4.8: Get Ready for 3.5

If you took a little break over the holidays from publishing on your Joomla web site, you might have been a little surprised when you logged back in and saw multiple platform updates available. The current stable version of Joomla is now at 3.4.8, if you have anything...

How to Track Campaigns in Google Analytics

How to Track Campaigns in Google Analytics

The word “campaign” can be used in a variety of ways. When used in terms of warfare, it refers to a specific effort whose goal is to win a battle. The effort of many campaigns is coordinated to achieve a specific goal, which is to win the war. When a campaign is...

Making Sense of Google Analytics with Annotations

Making Sense of Google Analytics with Annotations

As I mentioned in the article on tracking traffic with Google Analytics, measuring and monitoring your blog performance is important. The goal is to do more of what does work and less of what doesn’t. However, the amount of blog traffic isn’t always about how your...

Google Analytics Referral Spam & Your Site

Google Analytics Referral Spam & Your Site

If you have a blog or a web site that you’ve been working on for any amount of time, one of the first things you learn is how to measure the traffic on your site. Without measuring performance, all the money, time and effort can be a little discouraging if you don’t...

How to Respond to Shady People

How to Respond to Shady People

In SEO, there are different strategies for building search ranking.  One way to classify these strategies is by how ethical these activities are considered to be, such as "white hat" and, conversely, "black hat." Within each of these classifications there is a range....

Critical Site Update for WordPress 4.2 with Scripting Vulnerability

Critical Site Update for WordPress 4.2 with Scripting Vulnerability

Combine a popular web site platform (Wordpress) with a user base where a good percentage lacks technical expertise and add to that malicious intent.  The result? A wide swath of sites that are vulnerable to attack.

I’ve mentioned before that outside of content and design, if you don’t have someone on staff that manages and maintains your web site, a web site maintenance service plan is often a good idea.  An excerpt of a previous article.

Web Site Redesign for the Kingwood Connection

Web Site Redesign for the Kingwood Connection

Winston Churchill once said, “To improve is to change. To be perfect is to change often.” I’m not sure about the perfection part, but that quote is a good one to keep in mind when it comes to marketing your business online.

Things are constantly changing: search engines change, the sites we use and how we use them change, and platforms and technologies are constantly evolving. Assuming a web site has no major site design revisions or platform modifications in the interim, the average lifespan of a web site design is anywhere between two and five years.

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