Category Archives: SEO

SHAREPOINT 2013 UPGRADE & MIGRATON SERVICES

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Coello Group delivers industry leading upgrade & migration services for SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010, 2013, 365 and 2016. Our Team of leading SharePoint experts will work with you to help define the overall scope as well as recognizing the underlying tasks and milestones that will be essential to meet your objectives. Coello Group will work with your organization’s stakeholders to […]

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How Much Does A Small Business Website Cost in 2013

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A business owner asked 3 development companies to submit a proposal to design her company website. She supplied the developers with the same ‘requirements document’ that listed the website goals and functions.  A week later the three web developers came back to the client with their estimates. The first one had priced the project at $2,800, the second had priced […]

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Introduction to CSS

Introduction to CSS A CSS (cascading style sheet) file allows you to separate your web sites (X)HTML content from it’s style. As always you use your (X)HTML file to arrange the content, but all of the presentation (fonts, colors, background, borders, text formatting, link effects & so on…) are accomplished within a CSS. At this point you have some choices […]

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Top SEO Tips for 2013

Top SEO Tips for 2013 If we’ve learned anything in 2012, it’s that Google isn’t letting up on low-value tactics. We’ve had the Penguin update,13 Panda updates (so many that we needed a new naming scheme), and a crackdown on low-quality Exact Match Domains (EMDs), to name just a few. While I can’t tell you Google’s next move, I can tell you one thing with […]

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WHY: The Most Important Question in Social Media

WHY: The Most Important Question in Social Media The question for most businesses leaders is not “if” they should be using social media. There are far more important questions to both ask and answer. Did you know that on average 98% of the people who “like” a business Facebook page will never visit the actual page again? They may only […]

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Essential WordPress Tips Part II

Essential WordPress Tips Part II 1. WordPress Editor Tips If you manage a blog or write content, you’ve probably used the WordPress editor a fair amount. But many people haven’t realized its full potential.  Try out the tips below to speed up your workflow and eliminate misspellings and website styling issues. Spellcheck in the WordPress Editor This is a simple […]

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Essential WordPress Tips

Essential WordPress Tips Part I 1. Schedule Blog Posts for the Future The majority of bloggers try to follow a publishing schedule. They post once a month, once a week or once a day. In WordPress, you can schedule posts to go live at a particular time and date, so you don’t need to be at your computer (or even awake) […]

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What is HTML5

What is HTML5, and Why Should You Care? What is HTML5? We’re sure by now you’ve heard the term “HTML5” thrown around by the likes of Apple and Google. This is the next evolution of HTML, or Hyper Text Markup Language, which forms the backbone of almost every site on the Internet. HTML4, the last major iteration of the language, debuted […]

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Using WordPress to Make Blogs or Dynamic Sites

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Using WordPress to Make Blogs or Dynamic Sites If you want to create a blog website (content sorted dynamically by category and date), I would highly recommend using WordPress because it’s the most flexible, robust blogging system on the Web. What’s cool about this platform is you will have access to a variety of templates you can choose from, so building your website […]

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Static HTML vs Dynamic Websites

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Static HTML vs. Dynamic Websites   There are basically two kinds of websites you can create. 1) Static HTML (Content is uploaded and displayed “as is”) 2) Dynamic (WordPress, Joomla, etc.) Dynamic means information is pulled from a database so you can display your website content by date, category, etc. Think blogs. Static HTML sites are not that popular these days. In […]

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