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7 WordPress YouTube Plugins

On April 13, 2012, in WordPress, by LavaLink
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WebDesignLessons.com lists seven plugins that can be used for those who use WordPress and would like to add YouTube videos to their blogs. Each plugin is unique in its own way. Some of them make it as easy as possible to add YouTube videos. Others add special features such as being able to add comments […]

October – December 2011 Quarterly Report | Happy Holidays!

On December 11, 2011, in Marketing, Search Engine Optimization, WordPress, by LavaLink
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October-December have been VERY busy months! We’ve fought off attacks by hackers, had a link network go down on us, and some of our clients had errors with your websites that required some complicated fixes. Thankfully, each issue has been addressed and dealt with, and things have become EVEN better for our internet marketing efforts […]

WordPress Showcase: Lights

On October 30, 2011, in WordPress, by LavaLink
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Proudly powered by WordPress Lights Valerie Poxleitner is a Canadian electro-rock artist that burst onto the electronic music scene in 2008 when “Drive My Soul” peaked at #18 in the Canadian Hot 100 in 2008. Since then this talented lady has been signed by Warner Brothers, played many venues in both the US and Canada, […]

Keep them from Scurrying off: Deploy Dynamic Imagery

On October 19, 2011, in WordPress, by Danny Flood
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Let’s talk about the key component to constructing a fully-functional and high-converting San Diego WordPress design: the visual element. Choosing the right imagery is so important. Have you heard of the “7-second rule?” Studies show that un-targeted visitors to a non-landing page website lose interest sometime between four and seven seconds on average. Even after […]

San Diego WordPress Fonts – The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

On October 13, 2011, in WordPress, by Chad Faith
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Choose the right fonts… or else. Since content is king to users, then you should know that it is incredibly important that within your San Diego WordPress design you use the correct typography or font. It is important to note that font does not only refer to the choice you make regarding the type of […]

LavaLink Co-Founder Daniel Flood to Give WordPress Seminar at SDSU

On October 5, 2011, in WordPress, by LavaLink
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Mr Flood in Feb. 2011, presenting WordPress training before the Graphic Design Guild. SAN DIEGO, October 5, 2011 – On Wednesday, October 5th 2011, Daniel Flood, LavaLink Co-Founder and VP of Strategy & Client Services, is set to host a 90-minute long WordPress seminar at the Storm Hall on the San Diego State University Campus. […]

Urgent: Use the Correct Colors for Your WordPress Site

On October 5, 2011, in WordPress, by Chad Faith
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Choosing the right color shades for your San Diego WordPress website template can be a challenging task. With millions of available options, it can be difficult to determine where to start! Nonetheless, you should know that color plays a very important role in creating the right impression to your target audience. In general, for well-established […]

Avoid these 5 Deadly Mistakes with San Diego WordPress themes

On September 30, 2011, in WordPress, by Chad Faith
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Though many folks go to great lengths to find the perfect San Diego WordPress theme to reflect what their business stands for, more often than not they forget to test them out. Surely, for a novice webmaster, these blunders can be overlooked during the development phase, especially if you intend to add plug-ins to build […]

Advantages a San Diego WordPress website brings to a small company

On September 24, 2011, in WordPress, by Chad Faith
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Since small businesses do not have a lot of capital to invest in advertising their products or services, a simple solution to consider is employing the help of San Diego WordPress website services. While it is true that the WordPress platform is not hard to comprehend, there are usually some benefits associated with working with […]

Constructing the Core: 4 Critical Components to Market a Local Business Online

On September 10, 2011, in Local Search, Marketing, WordPress, by Danny Flood
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Many designers that you might hire don’t really understand marketing and design’s role in a marketing campaign, preferring to showcase their WordPress design abilities rather than using it for their client’s sake. And many search engine professionals lack the experience to really comprehend it at a deep level. And most marketing agencies will mark up […]