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19 08, 2013

Video Tutorial: How To Add Photos To A Page/Post on WordPress

By | 2013-08-19T12:29:05+00:00 August 19th, 2013|Blog|

Here at Front2Back Studio, we're big fans of WordPress because it makes it very easy to make changes to a website. We created a video screencast to show you how to add a photo to a page/post on WordPress. This simple task is sometimes difficult for beginners so we thought the best way to educate

3 07, 2013

Attack On WordPress Powered Sites: How To Protect Your Website

By | 2013-07-03T17:49:35+00:00 July 3rd, 2013|Blog|

Spend a day browsing the Internet and there is a good chance that many of the sites that you come across are driven by WordPress. A robust platform typically used for blogging, WordPress is utilized in some fashion in more than 70 million websites, ranging from personal blogs to large corporate websites. However, the ubiquitous

26 06, 2013

The Subtle Art Of Convincing Your Website Visitors To Take Action

By | 2013-06-26T10:35:28+00:00 June 26th, 2013|Blog|

If you are involved in any type of marketing on the Web, the words “call to action” should be familiar to you by now. In fact, any time you are trying to get your visitors to perform some type of action–whether it is to purchase something or to signup for membership–the call to action is

6 05, 2013

Homepage Turn-Offs: How To Get Website Visitors Past The Homepage

By | 2013-05-06T10:53:57+00:00 May 6th, 2013|Blog|

Businesses spend big bucks on website design or redesign that attracts customers and impresses potential clients. But in the effort to make a website stand out, businesses may make missteps that scare off the very customers they’re trying to reach. Here are a few great major things to avoid if you want to ensure visitors

14 04, 2013

jQuery: 10 Most Useful Scripts You Should Know About

By | 2013-04-14T15:37:08+00:00 April 14th, 2013|Blog|

jQuery is a JavaScript library similar to Prototype that helps developers write cross-browser compatible applications faster. If you're used to writing plain JavaScript code you're definitely familiar with implementation issues and hacks you have to employ because of browser differences. jQuery tries to level the ground, so to speak, so you can concentrate on making

8 04, 2013

What Search Engines Are Looking For

By | 2013-04-08T15:24:38+00:00 April 8th, 2013|Blog|

We have been receiving a lot of questions lately about how to increase website traffic and how to improve rankings on search engines for specific keywords. A better question, however, should aim at understanding what search engines are looking for and provide just that. So what really are search engines after? 1. Content Content (mostly