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5 crazy SEO mistakes not to make in WordPress

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5 crazy SEO mistakes not to make in WordPress

Posted by Tom Ewer on 09 July 2013 There’s a nasty rumor going around that WordPress is beautifully set up for Search Engine Optimization (SEO) “out of the box.” Now don’t get me wrong – I’m a huge fan of WordPress – but the core software does need a little nudge in the right direction when it comes to SEO. Tom Ewer from ManageWP. In reality, if your…

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Feedback and Reviews From Clients

     I enjoyed working with John. He was very timely and easy to work with. He had a good understanding of wordpress and was able to take my vision and make it happen. I will definitely work with him in the future and would recommend him to others.   Nonefor WordPress Site at 4:37 PM August, 1, 2012      Excellent work, performed more than expected. The extra…

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UX vs IA Core Competencies

By John  Holt While – as others have pointed out – there are certainly theoretical differences in how people perceive the two job titles. However, in practice, you’ll find that many of the people with an IA title are in fact doing a great deal of more general UX work. Information Architecture (IA) is one aspect of User Experience (UX). 5 Core Compentencies of User Experience (UX): Information…

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Business analysis and user experience at Berkeley

Allison Bloodworth, Educational Technology Services  James Dudek, Student Systems  Rachel Hollowgrass, Student Systems The cost to organizations that neglect up-front analysis has been documented in a 2009 study by IAG Consulting. “IAG found poor requirements definition and management consume over one-third of IT’s application development budget.” Companies that were defined as having a low level of requirements maturity “failed to achieve their business objectives on…

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Universal Usability in the Design Process

By Patrick J. Lynch and Sarah Horton The World Wide Web is now more than eighteen years old-time enough for basic design conventions to have emerged. In designing web pages we often base initial designs on widely used page layout and navigation patterns, and use best practices such as consistency, modularity, and simplicity in creating our web interfaces. However, the best method for making design…