Site Redesign

  • My April 2016 Monthly Income Report

    …, and I had expected some of it. Nothing was too drastic, but a lot of the negative feedback was a result of some of the archived content in the podcast and income reports not being readily available in the new design, which happened because, frankly, it wasn’t ready yet. We set a hard date on the redesign launch, and in order to meet that deadline…

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  • My March 2016 Monthly Income Report

    … for their attention to detail! If you’re on this site for the first time in awhile, look around and see what’s new. Hit the “search” button in the navigation menu and check out what happens, poke around the podcast and SPI TV pages, and try to find some easter eggs if you can too. Phase two of the redesign is coming next, which will include enhanced…

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  • My January 2016 Monthly Income Report

    … truly the main purpose of the upgrade. You see, back in July 2015, I ran a survey (thanks to Ryan Levesque’s book, Ask, which I highly recommend), which revealed that the way the current site is structured does a poor job of serving you with relevant content. Most people who have heard that I’m undergoing a redesign say something to the likes…

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  • 5 Ways to Salvage your Search Rankings After a Disastrous Site Migration

    … of websites. In fashion, it’s definitely important for products to look good, but websites also have to make it easy for search engines to find them and for users to move through the site and purchase. No matter what went wrong, remember you can always bounce back. Use these tips to boost your search rankings after a redesign that has sabotaged your SEO…

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