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Content Strategy and Typography

Last week was extremely busy, which is good, but it didn’t give me a lot time to post some of the cool links I’ve run across.

Content strategy is such a huge part of any website and sadly it seems like it is often overlooked. Listening/watching to the live feed from A Event Apart Chicago conference going on this past week, much of the topics I caught were on content strategy.

Why the Development of Your Website Matters

Whenever consumers decide to purchase something new, quality is usually a concern. The expression "they don't make them like they used to" has never been more true when you look around at many items these days that are mass produced or, due to rigorous production timelines, simply aren’t rewarded the amount of attention they deserve.

With CMS (content management system) frameworks popping up everywhere and blog platforms making it as easy as 1,2,3 for practically anybody to have an online presence, consumers need to be aware that not all website development is the same.

Google Defines 301 Quantities

We know that setting up 301 redirects is the most search engine friendly way to redirect one page to another, but it’s very easy to get out of control.

Find out from Matt Cutts when enough is enough.

Got Hacked? How to Get Back on Track

So your website has been hacked. All your pages are gone and you can’t log into anything to make changes. What do you do and how do you fix it?

I’ve been hacked twice in the past 16 months, and the first time it happened, I was extremely scared, nervous and pissed all at the same time. The second time around I was able to handle the situation with a little more composure.

Elements of SEO Update

***UPDATE: Elements of SEO version 1.3 is now available. Get it while its hot!

After submitting my theme to the new Wordpress Theme Directory, I was required to make a few tweaks. Elements of SEO 1.1 now has some exciting new features, including:

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