Monthly Archives: November 2008

UNIX Commands Cheat Sheet

If you develop websites and do not use a UNIX prompt, you are at a major disadvantage to those that do. Knowing your way around a UNIX command line allows you to accomplish more in a shorter period of time and often offers a better way to manipulate, edit, and work with files on your server.

Whether you are a beginner developer or a seasoned professional, you know that keeping every command and syntax in your head is impossible. To […]

By |November 26th, 2008|Resources|5 Comments

Google’s SEO Starter Guide

Webmasters often ask, “What are some ways that I can improve my website’s performance in Google?” or, “How does SEO really work?” There are literally endless answers to these questions and for the inexperienced webmaster it can be a daunting task to filter through all the SEO advice and articles on the web.

In an effort to help people wade through all of this information, Google has entered the discussion and created an excellent resource with best practices and […]

By |November 12th, 2008|SEO|3 Comments

Optimal Email Marketing Delivery Times

If you are a B2B or consumer marketer and use email marketing mailings you need to be aware of the effects of delivery times on your response and open rates.

Sending your emails at the right time of the day is critical to the success of your campaigns, especially if you are mailing mainly to business execs.

Think about it… When you turn on your computer in the morning, you have a bunch of emails to go through from the night […]

By |November 12th, 2008|Marketing|2 Comments