Out of all the changes that occurred in the business landscape during the pandemic, the ecommerce industry perhaps saw the most growth. In 2020, people started finding businesses and shopping for products online in record numbers, and the trend hasn’t slowed down.
Today we are going to discuss some tips to improve your website’s search result ranking. Let me know if this sounds familiar. You have worked really hard on your website or maybe you paid someone a ton of money to do it for you. It’s taken weeks, maybe months, but finally your website is live, you even have a way to track visitors to your website, but after checking your visitor stats you find that nobody has found your website yet.
In an earlier blog I spoke of my disapproval for the way Google will be flagging websites that are not on SSL/TLS connections. In summary, any website that uses “http” instead of “https” will be flagged and marked with a notice that states the websites
If you have your own website this question has probably crossed your mind at some time. If you do not have a website, but plan to in the future, this is a question that you will face. So, How much bandwidth or disk space do you need? Well it all depends. It depends on how much traffic you will be getting. It depends on how many files you will be hosting. It depends on the size of the files you will be hosting.Before you can figure out how much bandwidth and disk space you will require, it is a good start to fully understand exactly how band width and disk space works.
Time after time its happened. I have watched well-crafted and thought-out designs, evolve into disasters. Sometimes what a client wants is not always what’s best for them. The problem is, how do you tell them without insulting them. I usually voice my opinion, and if the client clearly wants none of it, I back off. But should I? My reputation is on the line. Should I push the ideals behind my design?
What is a website? Is it just an online store? Is it just a place for you to vent your feelings? Is it a place to display your art? A website can be all of these things and more. A website gives you the opportunity, to say this is who I am, And this is what I do.