Tag: Website performance

Your Critical Website Launch Checklist

Whether you’ve created a new website from scratch or you’re launching a new website for your existing business that you hope will do a better job of handling the input from your customers, there are a lot of details to cover. You don’t want to be so bogged down by those details that you miss […]

What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of a Shared Hosting Plan?

Hosting is one of the first choices you need to make when you’re setting up your business’ website. You have a few options for hosting your site – dedicated hosting, or shared hosting. A shared hosting plan means that you share a server with many other websites. Dedicated hosting means that your website is the […]

How Google’s Invisible reCAPTCHA Will Improve Your User Experience

From a marketer’s perspective, spam can be death. If your blog comments are bogged down by spam comments or other types of negative content, your Google rankings suffers and the user experience drops. But at the same time, the same negative effects happen if you get overprotective. Google’s reCAPTCHA, for example, has been universally hated […]

Your Guide to Reducing WordPress Comment Spam

Comment sections make up a small percentage of website content, but they can have a major impact overall. Even if the original content on your WordPress site is outstanding, your reputation can be tarnished by comment spam. In this blog, we’ll cover the need for comments, the inevitability of spam, and what you can do […]

How To Rank in Google’s Featured Snippet Box

You may have noticed that Google has made some changes in how they display some search engine query results. Most notable is the increase in the number of Featured Snippets it displays on the top of the search engine results page (SERP). A Featured Snippet (also known as a “rich snippet” and a “rich answer”, […]

Drupal Audit: Everything You Need To Know

If you’re an entrepreneur, small business owner, or avid hobbyist, it’s not unlikely that you’ve created a website. And one of the most popular avenues for achieving this is through the open source content-management framework, Drupal. In fact, it’s really not just the small fish that have embraced Drupal. More than a million websites run […]