New Website Upgrade

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  • September 18, 2019
  • I just finished the upgrade of a Young Black Lady College Basketball Player “Anyssia Gibbs” who I’ve promoted since high school. View it at https://anyssiagibbs.com. 

    10 tips for choosing the perfect domain name

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  • January 19, 2019
  • 10 tips for choosing the perfect domain name By Andrea Rowland November 5, 2018 Make it easy to type. Keep it short. Use keywords. Target your area. Avoid numbers and hyphens. Be memorable. Research it. Use an appropriate domain name extension. Protect and build your brand. Act fast. Follow the steps below to help you pick […]

    Wix vs. WordPress? The Data Doesn’t Lie

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  • September 13, 2018
  • Httparchive published the First Contentful Paint scores of top content management systems. It showed Wix dead last behind every CMS in the analysis for the fastest scores. However, Wix pulled ahead of  WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal in other areas. The data reveals actionable trends. First contentful paint (FCP) is a user experience metric. It measures […]

    Best web design software for Mac

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  • July 5, 2018
  • Best web design software for Mac Don’t know your HTML from your elbow? These five web-design software packages for Mac make it easy to build your own website, even if you’re clueless about code Building your own website can be very rewarding. Creating a space on the internetwhere you share your thoughts, promote your business […]

    Single-Page Websites: A Web Design Trend Worth Adopting?

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  • June 3, 2018
  • Single-Page Websites: A Web Design Trend Worth Adopting? A few years ago, one of my clients referred me to a developer who wanted to partner with a copywriter. She would build the websites and I would supply the copy and SEO. Before we began our first project, I asked for a wireframe so I could […]

    Does Your Mobile Site Pass the Thumb Zone Test?

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  • March 6, 2018
  • Does Your Mobile Site Pass the Thumb Zone Test? MARCH 1, 2018 • PAMELA HAZELTON Online sellers have spent a great deal of time implementing features that support cross-device shopping. This includes researching and tweaking their websites to accommodate various screen sizes, browsers, and connectivity. But there’s another key mobile design feature: the thumb zone. […]

    From July, Chrome will name and shame insecure HTTP websites

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  • February 9, 2018
  • From July, Chrome will name and shame insecure HTTP websites Shame! Shame! says carrot-dangling Google By Thomas Claburn in San Francisco 8 Feb 2018 at 18:00 51 Reg comments SHARE ▼ Three years ago, Google’s search engine began favoring in its results websites that use encrypted HTTPS connections. Sites that secure their content get a […]