The answers to all your burning questions
Domain names / Hosting
When you switch servers, the domain name stays the same but the nameservers and the IP address behind the name will change. It sometimes takes some time for this change to propagate across the Internet. Here are some tips to see your site on the new server.
1) You have an old version of the page loaded on your browser. Your browser will cache (store) parts of a website so that it will load faster. To flush this cache you can do a “hard refresh”, which on Windows is usually ctrl+f5 (command + R on Mac) or you can delete your browser cache/cookies in the browser’s settings. Restarting your browser and computer will often solve a cache issue.
2) You might be using a different Internet browser to view the web. (See next question)
We strongly recommend against using Internet Explorer by Microsoft. Version 9 isn’t too bad but 6,7,8 all have severe issues with web standards and do not display sites correctly. The older versions also have security risks. If you must use IE, at least use the latest version. (more info)
We are then able to pass that value on to you in the form of lower-cost development, quicker site builds, a terrific SEO architecture, and lots of amazing bells & whistles.
It is used on 15% of the top million websites, including giants like: Ford, Best Buy, Nikon, Samsung, Wired, Southwest Airlines, TechCrunch, and Network solutions. (Fortune 500 sites running WordPress)
In short, it rocks.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
Most of the time these emails/form submissions are automatically done by bots. Ironically LimeCuda.com gets these too.
We’re very transparent about how we handle Search Engine Optimization. No magic tricks or gimmicks. If someone is sending you emails promising #1 rankings and quick/easy SEO, they are likely not reputable.
Here is what a credible SEO company looks like. (we heartily recommend them for large SEO projects).
Where did the name LimeCuda come from?
For this business plan they needed a company name. Since their ethos revolved around fast, aggressive, cutting edge tech they decided that a good representative animal was the Barracuda. But that was too simple, not memorable enough, and would be hard to get a good domain. So they decided it could be shortened to Cuda but that had its own problems. Pairing it with a color seemed like a good call. OrangeCuda, TealCuda, BlueCuda, many combinations were tried and then we hit Lime and loved it. This naming and design process shockingly only took about 15 minutes and we ended up with this logo…
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Glossary of Terms
GWT = Google Webmaster Tools
KW = Keyword
SEO = Search Engine Optimization / Optimizer
SERPs = Search Engine Results Pages
SMO = Social Media Optimization / Optimizer