We are very excited to launch a site –brainhealthdoctor.com!! A neurosurgeon reached out to us to create a site for him! We started with designing and setting up the site in its entirety. We wrote twenty pages on specific topics. We also created a specific logo for the site. We then focused on launching the site with SEO marketing.
Our focus was to create a site with specific information that a brain surgeon wanted to share. Many conversations with Dr. Arnold Etame ensured that we are directing our design and content in the proper direction to represent him and his knowledge. We are glad that his site could help people who want information on their brain and what to do to keep it healthy.
Have you ever worried about someone hacking into your site? This could be a true issue that we should all protect ourselves against. The damage someone could do could truly take a site down and could even take a lot of time to get your site running again. Google has posted a great article about ways to think about how your site is set up to ensure it is harder to hack and how you and your employees can overcome this possible issue: “Unlock your team’s creativity: running great hackathons“.
The idea is to get your team to have a true office game to hack into your site. Here are some of the Google’s thoughts to set up a hackathon:
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You know from our past posts that Google is now focused on mobile phone access for all websites. Did you know that you can easily test your site? Google offers something new to find out whether or not your site loads quickly on a cell phone.
Google has launched this online spot to test out your site – Test Your Mobile Speed.
Once you enter your site, you will then receive three responses:
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We were pretty excited to update this fun site, Foof the Cat. We remodeled the set up of the blog by adding specific posts directly visible at the top of the home page. We also added links to a popular Instagram page. Enjoy! And let us know what you think of the site!
WordPress recently announced that it has created a simple way to edit and add content on your site called Gutenberg. From WordPress: “We call the new editor Gutenberg. The entire editing experience has been rebuilt for media-rich pages and posts. Experience the flexibility that Blocks will bring, whether you are building your first site, or write code for a living.”
Gutenberg is currently offered as an application. Coming soon, it will be included with all updates when WordPress moves to the 5.0 version, which is planned to be released by the end of 2018.
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You may know (from us?) that Google Images can also bring a lot of attention to your website. Google has just announced that it is updating how their Image searches will tell all of us “the last page the user was on and clicked to visit the destination webpage.” This will help us to see how searchers get onto our sites. If you use their Search Console, you should not see any changes, and you will still see the top queries that people are using to get to your site.
Read more details on Google’s Webmaster Central blog.
YouTube has added a lot more “parts” to their site for Creators, who are those that post a LOT. The best recent improvement? As you post your videos, you can also easily add a method to sell items through Teespring to the watchers. You would be able to pick and create up to 20 items that will be sold on your YouTube posts.
This video shares some details:
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