Monthly Archives: December 2013

Creating Expanding and Collapsing Content in WordPress

When we want to create expandable and collapsible content in WordPress we use the Collapse-O-Matic Plugin. We choose this plugin because it’s authored by people who have created multiple other plugins, it’s regularly updated and has a good review rating.  It’s not the most straight forward of plugins, it doesn’t come with a streamlined user

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John Welek Construction has a new home to help you make your home

A rock steady company John Welek, as both an individual and a company leader, focuses on constructing energy-efficient buildings. The John Welek Construction team members pride themselves on their ability to build homes ahead of the building codes while using the latest in current technology to surpass even the most rigorous energy efficiency standards, and

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SEO Keyword Research – Step 4 & 5: Determine Accuracy and Volume

After Steps 1, 2 & 3 you should have a pretty decent sized list of keyword options to incorporate into the content of your website. Now it’s time to really study the results of your search and hone down your keyword suggestions. Understanding how people are searching, what words they’re using, is very important for

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Keyword Research – Step 6: Analyze Search Results for Competition and Accuracy

Finishing up your Keyword Research All you need to finish up your Keyword Research is portrayed for you in this final video.

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SEO Keyword Research – Step 2 & 3: Using Keywords Planner for Ideas

You have brainstormed and compiled your keyword list, now what? After compiling your list of keywords, an important step is analyzing the results to ensure they are best words based on demand and attainability to give your website the best search results.

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SEO Keyword Research – Intro & Step 1: Brainstorm

Why keyword research is important for SEO Search engines, such as Google, are defined as “resources like Google, Bing, and Yahoo that scan the Internet using keywords entered into a search box finding and displaying web pages that contain or are related to those keywords.”

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7 Reasons to Consider Using WordPress for Building Your Next Website

When web development was in the beginning stages of offering content management and blogging platforms many companies turned to custom coded solutions.  MayeCreate provided custom programmed solutions for years before discovering WordPress as a solution.  Wordpress is an open source software written in PHP.  Sites built in this manner have greater longevity and can be

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5 Ways Open Source Software Can Strengthen Your Website

To pay or not to pay, that’s the question…or is it?  There are many paid solutions available for web development.  Often paid solutions can compliment free framework.  We often purchase robust plug-ins to extend the functionality of our WordPress sites.  We find they’re great compliments to the open source platform because they offer regular updates,

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5 Reasons Why PHP Is a Great Programming Language

You might not be a developer but be faced with developer like questions for instance, “what language is the best for my new website?”  When interviewing design firms or development companies each has a different opinion about what’s best.  We develop most of our sites using WordPress, for at least 7 good reasons.  But what

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