Archives for Web Content

Rev: A Cool Transcription Tool

Sometimes in the course of developing web content, I need to have recorded information transcribed. Usually, it’s an interview of a lengthy conversation. It’s tedious to go through and transcribe an audio recording manually. Even a five-minute interview can take
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Don’t-Put-That-In Clients

It doesn’t happen very often, but every once in a while I get a “don’t put that in” client. I totally understand that everything I may wish to write is not necessarily something a client will want on the website
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When Website Images Go AWOL

While working on a client’s web page, I noticed an image was missing. I found the errant image in my files and re-uploaded it. That got me to wondering if other images on his site were missing. I checked the
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New Website? It Ain’t Over!

I recently helped a client overhaul his home improvement website for a high end clientele. It was a ton of work and expensive for the client. As we launched, I was very pleased with the results. It’s a beautiful new
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Not on Google? Not!

A client of mine was worried because a relative made a comment to him about his company’s Google search results. “You’re not on Google,” he had said. “You have no presence in the search results.” This relative is an Internet
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Get An SSL Certificate Post-Haste

For some time now, Google has been giving websites with SSL certificates a slight edge in search results rankings. An SSL certificate gives owners and users more security using encryption.   Luckily, it’s inexpensive to implement. Sites that don’t have
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Relax And Let A Great Headline Float To The Top

Writing headlines for web pages, blog posts, and other online media can be a challenge. Headlines are incredibly important. A bland headline or one that doesn’t capture interest means your content might be skipped over. There are a lot of
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