Fair warning, this is a philosophical post. It’s also a very important post that could have consequences if you have not also philosophized about your site’s purpose. :) When we chat with new clients to get to know them, their business and what the web project entails, we are often struck by how many have not asked […]
LimeCuda is very familiar with the power of WordPress but this graphic really helps to highlight what a powerful system it has become. Thanks to Techking for this awesome WordPress infographic.
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Twitter recently took over where Tweetmeme had left off and has added an official retweet button. There are already a few new plugins out to take use this new tool. See: Twitter Button or even better Twitter Goodies. Add one of these to encourage people to retweet your content. See also: How to Add Twitter’s […]
Christina, an awesome SEO from the fantastic internet marketing firm, LunaMetrics, just wrote a really fun and poignant post on questions to ask a web designer. Sign #1 That Your Web Designer Knows Bubkus About SEO: During the web designers sales pitch, you say “I’m concerned about the Search Engines’ ability to access and properly […]
As a small business owner you often will want to learn things in order to give your business the best chance to succeed. SEO is one of those things that can with some effort you can understand and grow your traffic. If you read only one thing about SEO, read this guide from SEOmoz. They […]
Quick note that the latest version of WordPress has been released. For our clients who are running WordPress look to be upgraded in the next week or two. We have been running the 3.0 alpha, beta, and release candidates on the LimeCuda site for a few months now and haven’t had any real issues and […]
Ever notice that you read things differently online than you do with offline reading material? Usability experts have traditionally seen the way people scan a web page as going in a “Z” shape with the end being a Call To Action. The latest research using eyetracking and heatmaps shows that this may actually be more […]
Who doesn’t love fonts? This beats chemistry any day.