Posts Tagged ‘maintenance’

WordPress market share passes 27%

Image by via Luis Llerena via WP Tavern

People occasionally ask me why we specialize on WordPress even though we could support numerous other platforms.  To say “that’s where all the websites are” would be overstating it a bit.  But it’s not and understatement to say “27% of all websites now run WordPress.”  Here’s the lead paragraph for the post on WP Tavern. WordPress Passes…

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Google: pages should show what real people want to see

There are two main things you can do to improve your website’s SEO Part One: the “marketing” side One part is all about marketing in the best sense of the word: identifying the people you want to reach identifying how they think about your products, services, ideas, or interests Then creating content that meets their interests speaks to…

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Exact Electric – HTML to WordPress Conversion

We converted ExactElectric.com from hand-built HTML to WordPress

Exact Electric, LLC is a full-service electrical contractor serving Seattle and the greater Puget Sound region.  When they were ready to add blogging and social media to their site they approached us to rebuild their old HTML site to a new, responsive WordPress site.  We definitely can’t take all the credit since it was a…

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Haider Construction – Responsive Web Design

We updated Haider Construction with a responsive custom WordPress theme.

The folks at Haider Construction in Mountlake Terrace do wonderful remodels and roofing work in the greater Puget Sound region.  They do quite a lot of radio advertising and wanted their site to look good when radio listeners gave them a look.  Working with their designer we upgraded their website with a new, custom responsive WordPress…

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One missed checkbox can lead to 47,000 spam users!

Someone got more than 47,000 spam user signups!

Did you know that if forget to click one checkbox during setup and anybody can create a visitor’s account on a WordPress website.  Anyone or ,unfortunately, any spambot.  Or, even more unfortunately, all of them! Most people, even beginners, figure out they should click that checkbox.  And theoretically it’s no big deal.  By default new accounts are…

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