Archive for websites

Websites run the web. Obvious, right? But some people still neglect their website. Don’t do that! Here are some articles about utilizing websites.

Problems getting emails from your website

From time to time, I talk to people who have problems getting emails from their website. Their website has some sort of contact form or lead generation form, and they don’t seem to be getting some or any of the emails from it.

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Need design inspiration for your website?

Whether you’re creating a completely new website or refreshing an existing one, at some point your web designer is going to ask what you want the website to look like. What style? What colors? What logo, photos, or other elements?

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Common questions about domain names

Your domain name is a key part of your online identity. At the most basic level, a domain name is a website address (such as www.tandsgo.com), but it’s actually a little more complicated than that.

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The diminishing role of keywords in SEO

In the olden days of search engine optimization (or SEO), it was all about keyword meta tags and description meta tags. (And yes, I’ve been around long enough to remember the olden days of SEO.) Meta tags played a huge role in your website’s SEO rankings, but their role has diminished so much that they no longer really impact your ranking at all.

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Should you worry about your WordPress website’s speed?

The short answer is, yes, you should worry about website speed. Who cares, you might ask? People and Google. But if you want the long answer with some tips to go along with it, keep on reading.

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Best practices for your homepage video

One type of video we do fairly often here at T&S is a 60-second commercial of sorts for the main page on our clients’ websites. Of course, it doesn’t have to be exactly 60 seconds—ours isn’t—but it does need to be fairly short.

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A one-page website without WordPress

A website without WordPress? Sounds like heresy! We’re huge fans of WordPress here at T&S, but even we know it isn’t always the answer.

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How to invest money (not time) to increase traffic to your site

Okay, so last week I shared one strategic way to invest time (not money) to increase traffic to your website.

Some organizations have more time than cash as a resource, so time is a solution that makes sense in their worlds. But what if you have the opposite situation?

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How to invest time (not money) to increase traffic to your site

A lot of people I talk to are wary about putting a financial investment toward getting traffic to their site, because they’re not sure it will bring them any kind of return on that investment.

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The tortoise and the hare: SEO edition

Want fast SEO results? It’s easy to wish we could simply make an upfront investment and quickly shoot up to number one in the Google results! Unfortunately, that isn’t really the way SEO works

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