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The WordPress Gutenberg Editor

The WordPress Gutenberg Editor

WordPress 5.0 introduces the most significant change to the CMS well, since WordPress was born. Let us introduce you to its new page editor: Gutenberg.

Group Content In Google Analytics

Group Content In Google Analytics

Release more power over your website analytics through Grouped Content - a powerful but often-overlooked feature of Google Analytics. Read on. We'll show you how.

Your Website Needs SSL Encryption - Even If You Don't Collect Sensitive Data

Your Website Needs SSL Encryption - Even If You Don't Collect Sensitive Data

SSL Encryption used to be reserved for sites that accept credit card data or other sensitive information. That is changing. Every website should now be delivered exclusively over SSL. Here's why.

Google Tag Manager: An Overview

Google Tag Manager: An Overview

Google Tag Manager is a powerful tool Google offers, but there is a good deal of confusion about what it is, how it works and whether you should be using it. Here is a primer on its functionality and what it can bring to your website.

Why The Web Constantly Changes (And Should)

Why The Web Constantly Changes (And Should)

If your website worked yesterday, it should work today too. Right? Not necessarily. The web is continually evolving, and your website needs to grow right along with it. Let us explain why this is so important.

It's OK If They Leave: Rethinking Web Analytics

It's OK If They Leave: Rethinking Web Analytics

Analytics has always focused on two key metrics: how many people come to your website, and how long do they stay? These helpful metrics can lead us astray when evaluating website effectiveness. Let's discuss why.