‘Satisfied customers’, ‘we aim to provide excellent service’. there’s a buffet of go-to buzzwords and buzz-phrases on call for any sentence to make it compelling for your website visitor. Or so you think…
I'm compelled to write Part 5 right on the heels of Part 4 for two reasons: 1. It's a developing story worthy of special attention, and 2. The shifting sands in Trinidad & Tobago I'm witnessing of late is palpable, seemingly out of nowhere. I'm seeing such an uptick in ... Read More
I'm sure you were expecting this part to jump right into the nuts and bolts of Search Engine Optimization for Trinidad & Tobago: keywords, meta tags, heading hierarchy, link building and what have you— but I'm not. I'm going to deliberately put the bullcart before the bull. Let's paint this ... Read More
I always maintain that a website is not about inner beauty, that you only have one chance at a first impression. A visitor pretty much sizes you up when they land on your homepage as an indication of what to expect (or not expect) when they venture in.
I discussed this ... Read More
I Google, therefore I am. I've always said that the number one most visited website in Trinidad & Tobago is Facebook. The second most visited is Google T&T. Let me show you the top five right now:... Read More