What makes for a decent homepage? Well, there’s quite a lot that goes into it. I’m more of a developer and not so much of a designer. Not being a designer, though, gives me “outside” perspective as to what makes a good homepage; one that draws people in and gets them clicking around. I’m gonna … Read More


27 Jan 2015

Shopping cart software is everywhere and I’ve worked with a few of them over the years. Which one is right for you, though? That’s the million dollar question. e-commerce software comes in two flavors self-hosted, meaning you host it on your own web-server/hosting account. The alternative is you use a hosted solution, where the service … Read More


21 Jan 2015

The thing I love about WordPress Meetups really is the mix of folks that come out. There’s always new faces poking out of the woodwork to see what’s going on within the community. There’s those who come time after time, regulars who get a lot of value and give a lot of value to the … Read More


16 Jan 2015

The other day I wrote about why Some Traffic Just Sucks. Now I’d like to talk to you about “good traffic.” It’s the stuff that people pay big bucks for. It’s not just traffic for the sake of more traffic, though. It’s really purpose-driven traffic. What does that mean? Why do people come to a … Read More


23 Nov 2014

Today I’m going to talk to you about traffic and why “just more traffic” is a lame endeavor. Yep. I said it. Traffic for the sake of traffic is a near-fruitless venture. If you live in the States then, surely, you’ve gone to large shopping malls; you’ve gone to Black Friday events, where people are … Read More


21 Nov 2014

I’ve heard a lot of talk that WordCamps are growing stale and that’s giving rise to alternative conferences. The ‘stale’ bit might be true, to an extent. What I observed, in co-organizing WordCamp Los Angeles, is that the folks who show up are more often first-timers to such an event and far outnumber the circuit regulars. The … Read More


19 Nov 2014

I’ve heard a lot of talk that WordCamps are growing stale and that’s giving rise to alternative conferences. The ‘stale’ bit might be true, to an extent. What I observed, in co-organizing WordCamp Los Angeles, is that the folks who show up are more often first-timers to such an event and far outnumber the circuit regulars. The … Read More


19 Nov 2014

We do a number of things well. At DigiSavvy, we can deliver a well-coded site that works for your business. We can provide expert PPC campaign management and consulting. We can help you craft a content strategy and advise you on how to build an audience. We’ve experts in those areas. But you know what? … Read More


18 Nov 2014

Depending on who you talk to, you’ll get the line that your keyword rankings do or don’t matter. Annoyingly rankings ARE important. If your keywords draw-in good search traffic then that traffic is going to folks on the first page or the search result. That’s just a fact. That said, you shouldn’t create content for … Read More


17 Nov 2014

We know what we know. To some that’s comforting, to others it’s a very scary thing because outside of what is known is the unknown. There’s a lot of what-ifs. A lot of people I talk to understand that they know things that work and things that don’t. People will seek us out because there’s … Read More


14 Oct 2014

Part of this post is a rant, the other part is just… well, look. The whole thing is a rant mixed with some common sense advice… Whatever it is that you’re doing with your site that thing you’re doing with it, that action you’re taking, should be measured in some way or other. If you’re … Read More


13 Oct 2014

PPC. Pay-per-click. In short, you’re buying clicks. That is it. Nothing magical here. What are some reasons that you do PPC? Number one reason is to get sales. Plain and simple. You want foot-traffic, you want sales; you want conversions. You want stuff that makes you money. PPC is one way to do that. Another … Read More


22 Sep 2014