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My name is Andy Williams and this is my site. It started out as home to my newsletters. There are over 350 of them spanning several years. They are all now archived in plain text files and you can find them in the Newsletter Archives section.
In recent years, I found myself with less and less time to write full length newsletters (which were often several thousand words long). I therefore changed the format slightly, and now post shorter articles on all aspects of internet marketing, SEO, self-publishing, etc. If there is anything you would like me to write about, click the contact link in the footer and let me know. Also, if you have any opinions on my articles, please leave a comment at the end. I try to answer all questions posted as comments, personally.
If you are interested in learning skills required to successfully build and manage a website, I have a number of books and courses on a wide range of relevant topics.
My Online Courses
Over the years, I have used a lot of web hosts and none have been perfect. As website owners, the holy grail is to find an affordable host that will have little or no downtime, and fast server responses.
This tutorial takes you through the steps to install WordPress son your own computer using DesktopServer by ServerPress.
A quick how-to Guide on how to add non-linking titles for Dropdown Menus in WordPress. Create neat menus for posts and pages to improve site navigation for your visitors.
Learn why you should always use the latest version of WordPress and what might happen if you don’t. Also, why updated WordPress plugins, themes, and database backups matter so much
It’s possible to stop the search engines giants like Google, Yahoo, and Bing, from Crawling your WordPress Site. This tutorial looks at how to block search engine spiders and the reasons to do it.
There’s a difference between your image alt text and the image title text in WordPress. Both are important, but one is essential as a web accessibility tool and for SEO.
Learn how to scan your WP blog or website for potentially malicious code? Bad actors love vulnerable WordPress sites. Make regular scans a part of your security maintenance routine.