With holidays rolling in full swing and headed for the new year – we have taken a look back to feel some nostalgia with the top ten articles our readers found most helpful over the course of the entire year of 2022.
We have gathered these top ten articles in our CommonPlaces scrapbook, and we hope it will inspire you to pick up some ideas of your own for your 2023 marketing and web development plans.
So without further ado, here are CommonPlaces' TOP TEN BLOGS FROM 2022:
Learn about choosing the best content management system for the needs of your website and users.
“Have you cleared your cache?” Here, we dig a little deeper into what a cache is, the different types of caches, and how you can be certain that you’re seeing the freshest content available.
Learn about best practices you can use to create SEO friendly AND reader friendly URLS for your webpages.
Read about some of the main purposes of image ALT tags, and how they can benefit your SEO along with your 508 compliance.
#6. What Is Magento?
CommonPlaces uses the community-based Magento product for our ecommerce clients because it offers powerful marketing, search engine optimization, and catalog-management tools. Learn more about if Magento is right for your business.
#5. What Is Staging?
Here, we talk about the different types of environments for dev and production to give you an idea how staging will benefit your site.
Rebranding a company is no longer as simple as tweaking a logo and adding it onto your website. Learn the pros and cons of what rebranding can mean for your business.
Read about basic best practices to follow for improving your website's security. Here are eight essential things that you can do to safeguard your website right now:
Learn about the most common security vulnerabilities you must protect yourself against when setting up your website.
Learn how choosing the most effective keywords to connect with your target market – and attract the right audience – will be VERY worth your time and effort.
Thank you for reading, and Happy Developing!