There are businesses that spend large amounts on developing a website, but cut corners when it comes to web hosting. What is web hosting? Why does it matter? Essentially, web hosting is the server space where your website resides. But isn’t it all the same? Just as the physical location of a business has an […]
WP-Tonic is a somewhat new panel discussion show in the WordPress space. They have been producing monthly shows since September 2014, and host Jonathan Denwood have been publishing a weekly WordPress podcast since July 2014. Jonathan was an organizer of the Reno WordPress Meetup and runs a web agency. I’ve had the pleasure of being […]
Search Engine Land reported today that Google is testing out a red warning label for slow loading websites. The screenshots SEL received were for Google owned websites, but it is likely these “Slow” labels will eventually roll out to all search engine results.
Broken links on your website are bad user experience. When customers click on dead links and they go to 404 pages over and over, it hurts your credibility. This erodes trust in your website, which affects conversions and sales. While Google says they don’t lose sleep over broken links and 404 (page not found) errors, […]
Today, I’d like to share some tips for improving your page speed in WordPress. Performance and optimizing for page speed are now as much a part of web development as writing code. There are several reasons performance matters. The most important is user experience. The faster your WordPress website loads, the less likely a user […]