So you've thought about having a website for your business, but aren't sure if having one is worth the investment? Regardless of the business goals of your website, having a web presence should be a part of any business plan. This article will describe five key benefits of having a business website.
If you are new to the world of Twitter, you may have been wondering what all those words are prefixed with the # symbol were. Well, those are hashtags, and if used correctly can be a big benefit to your Twitter based social media campaign. In this blog post, we are going to look at some of the best practices for using hashtags.
First, let’s look at what a hashtag is. A hashtag is a word, with no punctuation or spaces, prefixed with a # and usually denotes a category or topic of a tweet (e.g. #programming or #drupal).
Creating the actual content is just part of the game when you are trying to use content to drive traffic to your website. How that content appears to the search engines is another big factor, perhaps one of the most important factors. One way to help your content look good to the search engines is by properly using the heading tags. Here are ten tips for using heading tags:
Choosing a programming language for your Web project can be difficult; there are many languages to choose from, each with their pros and cons. It is possible to develop a solution to for your Web project in any language; Ruby, PHP, Perl, Java -- each has its place. We often choose to develop projects in PHP. Here’s why.
The partnership between the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township (MSDLT) and LightSky began more than six years ago when the district needed new public websites and a robust intranet system. The outcome of the initial project has served the schools and their constituents well, and now the district has revamped its Web presence and added even more powerful online tools.
LightSky’s roots are in custom Web application development. We still do a lot of custom programming, and we also recognize (and appreciate!) that the open source community has really stepped up the past few years and created some spectacular systems.