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Evolving Home Pages Through the Ages- SEO Moving Away from Sliders

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  • 19 Aug 2016
Search Engine Optimization has evolved over time. Websites and webmasters keep up with changes to Google and other search engines by watching trends and trying to keep ahead of the curve. SEO specialists and webmasters use complex tools to monitor what users do: Where they click, what pages they visit most, what elements they spend

Mobilegeddon 2.0: How Google’s New Algorithm Change Affects Your Website

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  • 24 May 2016
What is Mobilegeddon?  Mobilegeddon is an impressive change that Google is making with their search engine and ranking criteria. With the rise of smartphones and tablets in recent years, many users have found themselves using their mobile devices to replace various functions usually reserved for desktops, one notable example being internet searches. Google searches from

Mobilegeddon Is Here: Surviving Google’s Mobile Changes

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  • 30 Apr 2015
On April 21, 2015, a change swept through Google ranking algorithms. They determine who has the top spots in searches for their keywords and terms – whether you’re the first person on someone’s search, or the last. This has upset a great many themes, plans, website layouts and marketing plans as many struggle with websites losing their

Attention Real Estate Brokers: Get tips from Cal Coast at OCAR Oct 24th!

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  • 04 Oct 2013
Cal Coast is pleased to announce our founder, Angie Weeks, will be speaking for the Independent Broker forum at Orange County Association of Realtors on October 24th at 1pm.   Angie will offer Internet Marketing & Social Media insight to brokers by covering the following: Do’s & don’ts of website construction Ways to recruit and

Tips for Picking a WordPress Theme

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  • 13 Aug 2012
Are you designing a website or thinking about redesigning a website and looking to save on cost, time, or don’t need a custom website? I mean, someones been there, done that right?Why not use a design thats even greater than something you can think of!?!? If you are looking for templates (or themes as WordPress

When going to deep interior pages of the website, will directories and folders be named relevantly?

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  • 16 Mar 2009
“When going to deep interior pages of the website, will directories and folders b named relevantly? And, will you be programming so that the URLS don’t show more than 3 instances (Levels or question marks) in the URL?” Why? Yes.  All directories, subdirectories, and pages will be named revelantly.  Search engines will not always index

Will my website be framed?

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  • 16 Mar 2009
Will my website be framed? Why? If you look at the HTML code of a typical framed site, you will usually see the TITLE tag, the META tags, and then a FRAMESET tag — and that’s about it! Search engine spiders are programmed to ignore certain HTML code and, instead, to focus on indexing the actual body

Will you be using CSS? If not, how will you eliminate the extra formatting code?

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  • 16 Mar 2009
Will you be using CSS? If not, how will you eliminate the extra formatting code? Will I be able to edit it easily? With a standard WYSIWYG editor? The content? Why? CSS and traditional ‘font’ coding causes “code bloat.” Search engines spiders are actually lethargic. They don’t go through the bundles of HTML code to

Will you be using links and navigation that the search engines can read?

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  • 16 Mar 2009
Will you be using links and navigation that are searchable by the search engines? Why? Java, flash, images and all that good stuff are not readable by the search engines yet. It’s just that simple; they can’t read it 🙁 Ideally, we will design your website with text links not only for the keywords, but for

Cal Coast Web Design: A Few Quick Tidbits

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  • 16 Apr 2008
There are some questions that Cal Coast Web Design receives from it’s clients and even prospective clients on a frequent basis so tonight we’ll take some time to answer those questions for those of you who’ve been wondering but have yet to ask. Q. Why am I limited to a certain number of changes during

Websites and Monitor Resolutions

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  • 16 Apr 2008
There are many times clients of Cal Coast Web Design ask us for a “full” paged website, meaning that they want the entire site to encompass the entire viewing area of their monitor. This question and it’s answer can sometimes be both complicated and confusing to those individuals who aren’t very tech savvy. Most webpage’s
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