An interesting infographic was published on ben-norman.co.uk that describes the major factors that go into SEO page rankings. I was struck by the depth of the changes in the SEO industry over the past several years. Things that used to be important, in fact, used to be critical, are no longer there. Things that didn't even exist a couple years ago are now important. And that is not a bad thing.
For example, "on page" keyword usage today boils down to using keywords as you would when speaking naturally to a customer. No more keyword stuffing...instead you must use them judiciously in your content, title tags, meta descriptions and headings. It is evidence that search engine marketing is falling more in line with traditional print marketing values. Speak to your customer and not to the search engine algorithms.
A nutritional supplement distributor with a Magento eCommerce website was looking to solve two business issues: (1) to improve their warehouse order fulfillment process by providing better access to customer order data, and (2) to obtain a better understanding of sales data and trends. The stock reports within Magento were not adequate and so they desired to have reports that would allow them to make better decisions based on current sales data. Since we have a unique team of developers with extensive experience with the Magento platform and it's MySQL database platform as well as Crystal Reports developers who specialize in custom reporting from a wide range of databases, ERPs and other applications, this client approached us to determine what could be done.
Do you think of spam as something that only arrives in your inbox? Many website owners know that spammers are also targeting their websites, submitting spam through their online forms and to other forms of public writing on their sites (i.e. discussion forums, product reviews, and blog article comments). Several of our own websites recently became the target of spammers who would create legitimate Joomla accounts on our online discussion forums and then post their spam articles within the various discussion categories.
SaberLogic has entered into an agreement with Joy to Give LLC to develop a comprehensive website for the purpose of providing a better way for people to contribute to important causes. Joy to Give is a social media website that provides an opportunity and platform for peer to peer giving. Each user is required to give a certain amount of money per month to other user's causes. Each user can post a Cause page, describing a particular need or goal in an effort to receive funds given throughout the site. Joy to Give connects people from all walks of life, providing them a platform to share and give.
The City of Wadsworth has recently brought their cable TV, Internet, new VoIP telephone and home networked utility services all under one new umbrella, now called CityLink. SaberLogic was proud to develop this Joomla website for the City of Wadsworth. This site is an extension of the city's primary Joomla website "group" that include the main City website, the Economic Development site, Municipal Court, and Bicentennial websites. The new CityLink website was built by bringing content over from several older sites and does a better job of presenting customers with an understanding of all of the services provided. It also helps customers understand the possible savings they can receive by bundling services together.
The downtown of Wadsworth has changed and evolved immensely since 1814. One of the groups who is actively helping to build the downtown 's social and business environment is Downtown Wadsworth. Over the past year and a half SaberLogic has been honored with the task of maintaining the mswadsworth.org
website. Today we are excited to announce the release of a new and improved website to help promote the various activities and events that the organization holds. During the rest of the 2013, more and more information about events will be added to the website including events for the city's 2014 bicentennial celebration
To learn more, visit mswadsworth.org or contact us to find out how we can assist you with your next website project!
On Wednesday November 14th, 2011 three members from the SaberLogic IT administration and website development teams, Justin Lyons, Justin Fields, and Nian Lew Yan Voon, donated some of their time for charity and participated in the first annual "Hack for Hunger" event. The event was held in Independence, OH and raised over $2,000 for the Cleveland Food Bank. The event challenged participants to search for vulnerable points on a network and then gain access. Once inside of the network, participants would attempt to search for hidden "flags"and then submit them for points. SaberLogic's broad scope of networking, web development and database expertise allowed them to place third out of approximately 15 teams. Congratulations!
SaberLogic has begun development work on a new website for the city of Wadsworth. The new website's purpose will be to promote Wadsworth as a premier spot for businesses to relocate to. The site will contain a search-able database of empty property and available buildings and office space.
The August 22, 2010 Akron Beacon Journal featured an article on Harry Stark, Wadsworth's new economic-development coordinator and assistant public-service director.
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Over the past year or so, SaberLogic has had the opportunity to work on a unique website development project. Hatch My House, an interactive gift registry, allows couples and individuals to collect and save money towards a home in a unique and personal way. Using the graphic image of a house, visitors donate towards their family member's or friend's house fund by purchasing a part of that house such as a window, the front door or even a set of wine glasses! Visitors get to have fun while donating and users get to design, visualize - and hopefully realize - their 'dream' home!
For the vast majority of our website development projects, we use Joomla as the content management system. Joomla makes it very easy to edit and update the content on your website without having to have any knowledge of website design or programming. With over 10 million downloads now, it is used by organizations such as Citibank and Harvard. Along the same lines, when we build an e-commerce website, we prefer to us an e-commerce engine called Magento®. It has over 1 million downloads and is being used by companies like Lenovo, 3M, and Samsung.