The world is not a perfect place. Things do not always go according to plan, and sometimes things fall short of expectations or simply fail. This is just as true in software development as in life. When software fails or fails to meet expectations, that is often where the often dreaded support ticket is called upon to rectify the situation.
Google Analytics is a powerful tool in helping you understand what people are accessing on your website. It can help drive the content and strategy for your website and overall marketing when you know exactly what the consumer wants. It can also point out flaws in a website if you notice users are never getting to the destination you want: conversion. But how the heck do you even access that data??
Most small companies do not have a dedicated social media manager. Employees typically have other responsibilities than posting to their company’s social media sites. When taking on a social media role, you quickly realize how easy it is to run out of new and refreshing content so you fall into lazy habits.
The speed at which your site loads for end users is enormously important. And it’s not just that Google thinks it’s important, it’s that your visitors think it’s important. Make them wait around too long and your traffic will drop like a rock, if you have any to begin with. Here are a few simple tricks you can use to improve site speed without calling a developer.
When you click on a link or type a website address into your browser's address field the invisible gears of the Internet get to work. When everything is working hunky dunky you probably give little thought to how it all works. But if you're like most people you become lost and helpless when a single piece of this massive orchestration fails. My goal is to help clear that up for you, at least a bit.
Lenex Steel launches new website!
Lenex Steel launched a new website to highlight their steel fabrication projects in the Midwest.