Have you ever tried to do an online search for your site and it was nowhere to be found? There’s this misconception that search engines will magically find your site and make it visible for all to see. Unfortunately, giving your site a high ranking on search engines requires a bit of work. The good news is that people are searching! Between Google, Bing, Yahoo and so on, you can have answers to anything you want to know. If you’re like us you are probably on google multiple times a day asking anything from directions to the nearest coffee shop to reviews on the latest movies. Got a question? Google it! The purpose of this blog is to help you be the answer! Well, maybe not you specifically, but your website! Let’s say you have an online shop that sells handmade backpacks. When people do a search for handmade backpacks how cool would it be if your site popped up guiding new customers directly to your online store?? Below we have provided helpful tips and resources for bumping your ranking on search engines. Cheers!
Recently Adobe launched Spark which is a free and powerful tool easy enough for anyone to use. For WordPress users, it’s an awesome, easy way to create professional and impactful content for your site. In this post, we are going to focus on the “Spark Post” tool in creating cool graphics for your images.
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Need for Speed.
Slow loading sites are frustrating for everyone. The last thing you want is to lose traffic because of how slow your site loads. It is becoming more and more important with mobile traffic and search engine rankings to make your site optimized for speed. Here is a guide that I think will help you optimize the speed on your WordPress site.Read More
When you are setting up your site and you want to place an image behind some content or to cover a whole area it is import to understand a few key options in terms of background size. Here is a quick tutorial outlining the important things to grasp when setting up your background.
Now a background image is just that it’s a background so you cannot set the size of an area by adding a certain size background image. The size of whatever you’re adding this background image to will be determined by the content that is within the container. What you can determine with a background is how that image fills the space of the container.