4 Steps to a User-Friendly Site

4 Steps to a User-Friendly Site You are headed to a family Thanksgiving, and your mom asks you to pick up green beans for a casserole. You should have been there five minutes ago, but let’s be honest, Netflix binge-watching is not a joke. So here you are in Walmart...

WordPress in the Classroom

WordPress in the Classroom   “My students don’t participate.”     Have you ever struggled with motivating your students to do their work or participate in lecture? I can almost hear teachers scoffing when I ask that question. Of course...

5 Reasons You Should Blog

5 Reasons You Should Blog  So you have a website where you display what you do. You may have checked out our other posts about design, marketing, content or more. This may seem like plenty to manage and keep updated already and it could seem difficult to condone...

What is the Difference between a Page and a Post

What is the Difference between a Page and a Post?   When creating a new site, publishing content can be daunting. Creating and determining content is a beast in itself (but that’s for another blog post). The publishing should be easy, right? You have the information...

How Often Should I Post New Content?

When maintaining a website, especially a blog, a common concern is how often you should update your content. How much is enough? Is there any benefit to updating your website on a regular basis? Google Loves Updates Google has made it clear that websites that are...

Perks of Branding Your Site

When you think about creating a site here at the University of Arkansas, branding is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. You might think it doesn’t apply to you. The site you’re creating is for a lab, class, or a personal site – it doesn’t need a...