Do Optimized Images Matter for Search Engines? As we work with our clients on WordPress maintenance and migration projects, we are increasingly often asked about Search Engine Optimization. As you know, SEO tactics and techniques are continually changing as Google and other search engines refine their algorithms to provide smarter and more relevant search results.
Describe your position at WPV and what you do. My position at WP Valet is a mix of duties. Mostly I spend my time coordinating development projects and getting custom development underway. I play “translator” between the clients, our support staff, and developers to ensure that we get the BEST service possible for our clients.
Our team at WP Valet consists of 15 talented people (and growing) who have some interesting backgrounds and specialties. In this new series named WP Valet Profiles, we’ll be featuring individual team members that make what we do here possible. In addition to giving public recognition to our fellow teammates, we hope this series will
If you’re a current WP Valet customer or regular reader of our blog, it’s likely you’ve noticed that we’ve got a fresh new look and feel. New Year, New Branding If you run your own WordPress-powered site, you probably know that it’s sometimes tough to spend the time your business deserves on your own site.
Our very own Mason James was recently a guest on the WordPress Developers Hangout hosted by Mario Peshev of DevWP.eu. Among other things, Mason discusses his experience starting his own WordPress business. Mario Peshev – WordPress Developer and Community Builder Mario is an experienced WordPress developer and has contributed many patches to the core software.
This post is a call to action and an example of how WordPress can (and does) impact real people and help to change lives for the better. Help Bowe & Sarah create an international community for people affected by Cystic Fibrosis, a serious disease that reduces life expectancy. Bowe Frankema is a talented BuddyPress developer,
Today we’re very excited to share some information on the internal custom backend we’ve been working on. It’s code named Backbone Framework and in this announcement we’re going to give you a taste of how powerful this is for our business process and the benefits it will provide for our customers. Purpose of the Backbone