Best Practices

Best-PracticesThere are hundreds of New Rules for publishing websites. I’ve read pages and pages of them, and keeping up with them and the changing technology is a full time job.

One extremely important Best Practice is to create “mobile friendly” websites. More and more people have discovered how convenient it is to look up a website on a mobile device while they are away from their laptops or desktop machines. In fact, I’ll pull out my smart phone and look up something online just about anywhere.

If people have to squint their eyes, pinch their fingers, or sweep their screens right and left to read something on your website, you’ll probably lose them. It’s easy to design your website to be mobile friendly, but it will take a design update to make that happen.

I believe that people should be in complete control of their web presence, no matter what their level of expertise. If I help you develop your website, you’ll own the keys to it. Period. And if you want to do regular blogging or updating, you’ll also want to add content just like a pro would. I’ll take the time to show you how to do that using all of the Best Practices I’ve learned. Your website will be current and look sharp.

Let me guide you through every Best Practice you need to remember to help your website build your community.


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