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DIY SEO tasks you shouldn’t ignore

You have a great site, you worked hard to optimize it for search engines and you're starting to get traffic. Hooray! But guess what? SEO doesn't end. It never ends. Your website needs routine SEO...

A fast Gutenberg Tutorial

Gutenberg is the new editor experience in WordPress 5.0. You may or may not want to use it, but eventually we'll all have no choice, as the classic editor plugin will stop being maintained in...

Google Analytics Tips

Each month, I send out reports to clients showcasing the support work we've done on their site as well as a general overview of what's going on in their Google Analytics account. And a lot...

Flynn’s Carpet Cents

We've been working with Flynn's Carpet Cents for many years, and it was time for a complete overhaul of this site. We are thrilled with how this new site for him came out.

Organize your Content

Did you start a website a while back, start adding content, and now you're overwhelmed with it? You aren't alone. I've logged into countless sites to find pages and pages of content that's unorganized, posts...

Optimize your Google Business Listing to Improve your Local Ranking

If you have a website, you want to take the top spot in Google listings. However, if you have a website, you probably know that is easier said than done. Your site needs to be...

Obligatory Gutenberg Post

If you haven't heard, Gutenberg dropped last week. What is Gutenberg? Gutenberg is the new editor experience that debuted in WordPress 5.0, which officially launched into core on December 6th. Johannes Gutenberg There's been a...

What’s E-A-T have to do with SEO?

Yes, you read that correctly. I didn't ask "What's to EAT?" I asked "What is E-A-T?" If you've been paying attention to Google and their updates, something we follow pretty closely here at Sumy Designs,...

Breakdown of a Good Blog Post

If you come to our website much, or subscribe to our newsletter (and if you don't, you can sign up today!), you already know I write a lot of blog posts. Plenty of people ask...

Creating a Survey on your website using Gravity Forms

Have you ever wanted to create a survey on your website? There are lots of ways to do it, but today I'm going to cover how to do it using Gravity Forms. There are tons...

Understanding your project is the key to success

A couple of weeks ago I got a call from a prospective client who wanted more information about working together. We started talking and I began to ask him more questions about the project. He...

6 Essential Things Every Attorney’s Website Needs

We do quite a few law firm websites around here, and not just because I'm married to one. We've done websites for attorneys from New York to California, and there are a few things that we've...

Should you advertise on Google or on Facebook?

If you're ready to advertise, but aren't sure what ad network is best, you're in a common place. There are so many places to advertise. Of course, Google is an easy answer and has many...

Should you delete old or outdated blog posts?

This is the prime question for the day, when I'm looking at my website that currently has 982 published blog posts. (983 after I publish this one.) Should you delete old ones? Keep them all...

Stop searching for that page speed Holy Grail

You'll never find it. I've written about page speed a few times before. It's important that you have a well performing site and that your site loads quickly for your users. There are multiple ways...

Need a website creation company? We’re here for you.

Web design? Web development? Web services? Web creation company? Whatever you want to call it, when it comes to building websites, we have your back. I was recently asked why we call ourselves "Sumy Designs"...

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