Breaking up is hard to do but sometimes it has to be done. I’ve had a few of my own moments where I was torn doing what I know needed to be done and needing help getting through to some real “toughies”. Either way, it was worth going through the process.
A responsive design always looks beautiful and works well no matter what. Regardless if your consumers are viewing your site on a smartphone, a wearable, tablet, PC, or something not invented yet, responsive designs got you covered.
You obviously want people to spread the word about your brand but in order to do that you need to give them something to talk about. Updating your website frequently gives people something to talk about.
Responsive design allows your website to be viewed, used, and enjoyed regardless of the device being used. It doesn’t mean that your site will look exactly the same on each device – it’s even better than that.
You’ve written a blog article and you’re ready to hit publish. You just know your readers will love it. Before you actually hit that publish button, take a minute and think about what you want your readers to do when they’re done reading your article.
How well you write, how well-researched your content is, or how pretty your images are means nothing if you can’t get readers to click through and start reading your post.
Sometimes you just need a new website because you want to give it one, but other times you need a total teardown and redesign because your old-fashioned look no longer serves your audience or brand.
Becoming a drop shipper doesn’t have to be complicated and can be a great way to jump start your business eStore. You’ve made the committment that you want to take the step into retail, now you have to set your brand up for success. Go through the proper channels, do your
For the rest of us who like to do things all sexy like here is another way to install your SSL Certificate through cPanel. Most webhost providers will have this interface thus making your installation process slightly quicker and simplified.
You want to use graphics, but don’t go overboard. Remember to consider the loading time of your website. Use smaller images, jpg, and optimize them whenever possible. As well as that, remember to use the “alt” tags on the images so that if the graphics doesn’t show up for some reason
So now that your website is up and running (with the help of your Power Crew of DIY) you will want to get to know your Wordpress Dashboard. In this Video Series we learn all about the Wordpress Dashboard and everything that you can do from there.