Web

What Makes an Effective Church Website?

Tue, Jul 23, 2013

Here is an article by our friends at DL Church Websites. Anyone can make a website these days. It may not look all that good, but your church can get something put up on the web rather quickly. But will a website like that accomplish your goals? Not if you don’t have the knowledge of

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5 Simple Blog Changes That Increase Page Views

Fri, Jun 21, 2013

Whether you are new at blogging or have been writing for a while, page views play a key role in indicating a blogs performance. For those using ads on their blogs, it is a primary means of making a return on your blog. Recently I redesigned the structure of my website as well as the

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Pandora’s New Site- Could Flash Be A Thing of the Past?

Thu, Sep 29, 2011

Pandora for years has been an entirely flash based website. Which for their website service makes sense. Flash for the longest time has been the primary solution for web media such as music, video and animation. Last week Pandora launched their new website design and guess what? It is not flash based. Grant it there

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SEO and Why Your Church Needs It

Sun, Sep 11, 2011

The big question for many is what is what is SEO to begin with. Most people are not familiar with the term. SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization. In short it is the work needed to make your site reach the top of search engines for certain keywords. Right now I am currently doing this

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All New Photography Site! And a few tips for yours.

Wed, Jan 19, 2011

I am so excited about this new photography website! It is clean, simple, and compatible with most mobile devices. The site is recphotography.com. I encourage you to check it out! There were a few major reasons why I decided to remake the website entirely, although the previous site was only a year old. Reasons for

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Behind the Scenes Look at Web Development

Tue, Jan 11, 2011

I am now in the process of remaking my site into a blog for creative training, portfolio, and for multi-media promotion; Instead of doing the normal thing, which is to develop the site on a remote test server, I thought it would be a good idea to do all the development on the live server.

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