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Why Doesn’t My Website Rank Well on Google?

Why Doesn’t My Website Rank Well on Google?

Google has to index a website so it has to know what’s there and coming in cold there’s no easy way from the gold figure out when new domains are registered it will see the domain registry as do a lot of marketers and and people who want to up-sell you and stuff like your favorite register domain you’ll notice a whole flurry of them come in: they’re tracing new domains. Google does that too but Google has a lot more to work with and I think it at least looks a new website and thinks will it’s new, it doesn’t have adoption. If it doesn’t have adoption or a trend of traffic then probably it’s not popular unless it kind of rides into a topic in a way that makes a popular.

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Why Did The Old ShawnDeWolfe.com Suck?!?

Why Did The Old ShawnDeWolfe.com Suck?!?

I used to be told that I make pretty nice looking sites. If I can create nice looking sites, why does my Shawn DeWolfe Consulting site suck? It’s the Cobbler’s Shoes Dilemma. In the Spring of 2019, I overhauled my site to talk about my work in web design, web development and WordPress

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CSS: A Filter on Parallax

CSS: A Filter on Parallax

As the image scrolls down, a CSS filter is applied. In this case, it’s a black-and-white filter to wash out the colour. Other options include a sepia filter, a blur filter, a zoom filter.

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How To Host Your WordPress Site Through A2

How To Host Your WordPress Site Through A2

There's a lot of web hosts out there. There are some of them that are terrific, some not so much. So I put the list together and it's up on the website and we'll show the link and talk about what those look like, but the one I like that seems to be really solid and do...

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How to Keep Your Drupal 6 Website Relevant

How to Keep Your Drupal 6 Website Relevant

After eight years on the market, Drupal core version 6.X reached end-of-life (EOL) status in February 2016. In other words, the Drupal community and security team stopped working on new projects, updates, and bug fixes for version 6. If you still have a Drupal 6 site, it may seem like the only option is to migrate to a newer version of Drupal, which is a big time and money investment. If you are in this situation, read on — here are two ways to keep your site relevant!

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