SEO and CMS
Responsive Web Design and Content Management Systems - Why a “Mobile First” Perspective is the Future of SiteNinja CMS
Responsive web design and mobile first are two concepts that have been receiving a lot of attention from the design community. While everyone’s talking about the progressive enhancement approach for designing themes, there’s been a surprising lack of talk about it from the CMS Administration end.
Recently, I was having a conversation with my girlfriend about replacing her old 13” Macbook. It’s getting up there in years and is still running Tiger OSX. Initially, she was planning on replacing it with a new 13” Macbook Pro.
“Do you think I should just get an iPad 3 instead?” she asked.
What does it take to get Top Ranking on Google? Let's start with some proven successful results.
Seeing proven successful results, like in the Google Searches you see below, gets me excited about sharing with you how to get top ranking in Google Searches.
It's the beginning of the month and it's again time to report to your clients or your boss on the SEO progress made last month. It's time to justify your SEO strategy, your efforts and yourself. Sound familiar?
With the challenging landscape of SEO comes the challenging landscape of SEO reporting, and I'm not just talking about merging SEO data sources into one Excel file and adding a logo to try to make it look professional, presentable, and understandable.
This educational video is a recording of a Webinar given by Michael Kramer. It is 34 minutes in length and packed with the most important ways for you to drive the right type of traffic to your website (or blog) and ways to convert that traffic into sales leads for your business. Michael is making himself available, for free, if you have questions about your own website.
In only 60 days, XP Products website went from not being found in Google Searches to #2 nationally, beating out over three million other website pages. The owner of XS Products isn't a computer or Internet Guru, he is a likeable small business owner like many of us.
What is a Subdomain?
Every website has a subdomain. In the example http://www.site-ninja.com, the subdomain is "www". It's the section just before your main domain, or "top-level" domain, site-ninja.com. By default, each top-level domain has a subdomain of "www". You can replace the www with a different subdomain. For example http://blog.site-ninja.com.
What is a Subdirectory?
Subdirectories, also referred to as Folders, are any extsion of the main domain. For example www.site-ninja.com/blog. The word "blog" is a subdirectory of the main domain.