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May 31, 2015

Site Structure for Improved SEO

When broken down, SEO can really be divided into three key areas – technical or site, authority and content. All work together and interlink to provide overall SEO; and improvements within each section can help boost SEO. This is a look at the elements behind improving or optimizing the technical side of SEO. This is a great little checklist to use to audit your website or make sure everything is in order from a technical standpoint before you launch.
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May 30, 2015

How To Install an SSL Certificate on Ubuntu with Apache

I have to install an SSL Certificates on a semi-regular basis these days and every time I do it I always have to look up a tutorial to ensure I don't miss anything.
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May 29, 2015

Tracking Digital Marketing Results using Google URL Builder

If there’s one tool every digital marketer should be using to track the success of digital marketing campaigns, it’s Google’s URL Builder.
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May 18, 2015

Setting up WordPress supporting Multi-Environment configurations

Setting up Multi-Environments via WordPress

WordPress doesn’t have built-in support for developers working in multiple environments, e.g local, staging, and production. The process usually involves updating the database settings in wp-config.php and running a SQL change on the database to update the ‘wp_siteurl’ and ‘wp_home’ settings. Using multi-environment config you don’t need to edit your config files between environments or update site URLs in your database. The system detects what environment the current website is in and loads the relevant config file for that environment.

It splits the config files out into:

wp-config.default.php – any shared settings used [...]