Posts by: Bill Reynolds

Why UX Strategy Is Important

UX Strategy is not UX Design, it’s a blend of both business development and UX Design. UX Strategy is big picture thinking. It’s not about the design, content, usability and the users experience with it. But with the product as a whole. Taking informational elements, human elements and desired outcomes to gage what the best … Continue reading “Why UX Strategy Is Important”

Best Sales Collateral for Closing Deals

What is your best sales collateral for closing deals? You know the scenario. You finally made it to the top administrator and now you get to present the products you know they need. What tools do you bring with you? Keep in mind that the the meeting may be virtual. So, what do you bring? … Continue reading “Best Sales Collateral for Closing Deals”

What Is The Google Console?

Previously “webmaster tools” the Google Console is for your website administrator and SEO expert. This is to verify your website to Google for submission for the search index. In short, you need this to get your website on the search engine. Google has a stranglehold on the market at 63.4% market share, this means search … Continue reading “What Is The Google Console?”

SEO content strategy guide

Content creation looks easy right? Until you sit in front of a keyboard and watch the cursor blinking at you. Creating content is very time consuming and requires research, discipline, and motivation. Your SEO content strategy should encompass how you can deliver new, engaging content to your audience. While also placing aside time and effort … Continue reading “SEO content strategy guide”

eCommerce SEO: Increase traffic to your website

Ranking Factors for ecommerce SEO websites are not like other pages. 100% of your conversions come from product pages. Using content marketing you can boost your eCommerce websites Domain Authority. Backlinks are what do this. So how do you get more traffic to your eCommerce website? In this article I want to share with you … Continue reading “eCommerce SEO: Increase traffic to your website”

GDPR Compliance and WordPress Websites

I’m sure you’ve seen the news or alerts about GDPR compliance about data privacy. If you are using the web you’ve seen those notifications about cookies appearing on your favorite websites. If you are a business that operates in the United States, and has a website that can get you new business from the European … Continue reading “GDPR Compliance and WordPress Websites”

Building A Better Website

How to build a better website isn’t too hard if you know what you are doing and have knowledge of the search engines. So let me tell a quick story. Years ago I worked for someone that made the statement “any dumb***” could build a website.” Well they were incredibly wrong and somewhat right. With … Continue reading “Building A Better Website”

Cost Of A Custom WordPress Website

Before you think that it’s cheaper to use WordPress.com, you may want to keep reading as the WordPress.com platform may not be the best for a business, but only ideal for a blogger. Average businesses will cost between $3,000 and $15,000. If you work with a good agency it will cost between $8,000 and $40,000. … Continue reading “Cost Of A Custom WordPress Website”

Advanced Custom Fields Plugin And Why I Quit Using It

I actually quit using this Advanced Custom Fields Plugin years ago due to the limitations it had when updating and support. Custom fields are useful when you need extra data to show on your pages, post or custom post types. The biggest thing with ACF plugin is if you use it, you are dependent on … Continue reading “Advanced Custom Fields Plugin And Why I Quit Using It”

Why Your Google Ranking Doesn’t Matter

I remember the days when there was such an obsession with getting on page one of the search engine results page (SERP) for Google. I’m actually being a little sarcastic, but I digress. If you are losing sleep about your ranking on Google for that one single term that isn’t a topic or makes sense … Continue reading “Why Your Google Ranking Doesn’t Matter”