Setting up a blog for the first time is really simple. WordPress touts a 5 minute install, and they are right, it really does only take 5 minutes. But what happens after that?
- What plug-ins do I use?
- How do I implement a custom theme?
- How can I add a list of related posts?
- What is a custom widget?
- Why doesn’t my sticky post, stick?
Thats where I come in. I will guide you through the blog setup process and get you on your way. I have experience in:
- Designing and implementing a custom themes.
- Creating special plug-ins to deliver featured information.
- Modifying existing templates to better fit the goals of the blog.
- Developing unique widgets to implement lead generation.
Search Engine Optimization is a complex system of new theories and short standing rules. What worked 2 years ago, might not be the kosher today. Keeping up with the ever-changing climate of SEO is crucial for the success of any website.
What I do to optimize a page for improved search results:
- Content optimization
- Keyword identification
- Optimized link title tags
- Optimized img alt tags
- Correct implementation of Meta data
- Link building
- Directory submission
Not all SEO is done within the content. A properly coded website has also been shown to improve search results.
- Efficient Code
- Reduced load time
- Image optimization
- Reduce server calls
- Valid markup
The front end design is only the tip of the ice berg when it comes to successful websites. A website falls a part if there isn’t a successful back end holding it all together. I develop my websites using PHP 5 with MySQL 5, which offers an excellent platform for secure and efficient website delivery and content storage. Efficient code not only improves update time, but it can also improve user experience and search engine performance by reducing the load time of the page as well as delivering clear and succinct content to the search engines.
Taking full advantage of what PHP 5 has to offer, I am able to deliver OOP websites faster and with greater security than its 4.0 procedural predecessor. But what does that mean to you? Reduced development time, increased transaction security and privacy for your customers.