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  • Within any industry, there are many types of websites. But, in all cases, to be competitive, regular content updates are critical to being found in the search engines.

Why Doesn’t Anyone Share my Posts?

A client once expressed frustration that no one was sharing her social media posts about her new business. But, she didn't share either.
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Understanding and Using Timestamps

A timestamp is a value that generally includes year, month, day, hour, minute and second and time zone. Timestamps can show up in quite a few formats.
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Does a Bad Website = A Bad Company?

A bad manager once told me, "Perception is everything." This was a man who lied a lot ... at someone else's expense to benefit himself....
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Why I Don’t Recommend WordPress Themes Not Listed in WordPress.org

Most of the sites I have worked on use themes from the WordPress respository (WordPress.org). But, I have had a few scattered experiences with themes...
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Is it a Hack, or is it a Bug?

When something goes wrong on your website, it's difficult to tell whether the problem is whether something is broken due to a technical error or  due to a malicious action.
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Why Google Can’t “Read” your Images

GRAPHICS: A seeing person can generally understand a well chosen photo, and understand it's relevance to the topic. But, if you have a photo of a sailboat on Flathead Lake, what is the meaning of that sailboat to the page it's on? Even if Google can tell it's a sailboat, can Google get meaning from the image of the sailboat? It's all in the words!
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