Yes we know! This has nothing to do with SEO, PPC, or anything else we do here at Tastyplacement. But we’ve been doing posters for a local racing series (Michael David participates), and we wanted to make a pure 1980s style racing poster based on a video game. We’ve got 8-bit design elements, like low […]
About Michael David
Michael David is the founder, current CEO, and lead strategist at TastyPlacement, based in Austin, Texas. He is the author of "WordPress 3.0 Search Engine Optimization" with the prestigious IT publisher, Packt Publishing. TastyPlacement performs search marketing campaigns, public relations, search engine optimization, social media consulting and online advertising for companies in a wide range of fields.
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A Complete Starter Guide to Writing, Editing and Maintaining Your WordPress Site Updated for 2016! Congratulations on setting up your first WordPress website. This is a guide to writing and editing web pages on your WordPress site. As you use, update, and maintain your site, you will begin to understand why WordPress is one of […]
This tutorial shows how to make a click-to-call link on a mobile website–and how to improve the conversion rate with a few tips and tricks. Includes code and instructions.
…with a bonus: Mobile Device Detection (updated for July 2017) Here’s the need: we have a responsive website, as pretty much 1/3 of the web has these days. We love receiving emails through our contact form from customers, and they are easy to track as Goals in Google Analytics and we feel they represent a more […]
This article examines the reasons behind WordPress’ power as an SEO platform, and also points to a few drawbacks.
How we tripled a client’s PPC conversion rate in 6 weeks, and lowered Google Adwords cost-per-conversion by 63.22% We love conversion rate optimization and cost-per-conversion optimization. This is the heart of the matter–it sits at the core of what any advertising campaign should look towards. This case study will show how we did the following […]
Google announced recently that it would be rewarding websites converting to https by increased ranking position. Ok, sure, fine, WHATEVER. But wait, maybe this is a good thing? Let me spend 6 or 7 hours on this to find out. Thanks for Nothing, Google Well, things didn’t work out for us on one of our web […]
The Makings of a Perfect Logo We took a look at the world’s top 100 brands to determine which fonts, colors and formats were the most popular choices. Our infographic provides some good food for thought if you’ve hit a road block on your latest logo design. Share Our Fonts & Colors Infographic You’re free to […]
Getting a high score on Webpagetest.org for “Cache Static Content” for a WordPress site can be tough. W3 Total Cache does a great job with some of the other metrics, but it won’t get you all the way there for “Cache Static Content”. Welcome Pubcon 2013 visitors! Here’s our screenshot, looking good… Here’s the Code: You […]
Book Review: The Art of SEO by Eric Enge, Stephan Spencer, Rand Fishkin, and Jessie C. Stricchiola It’s hard for me to review The Art of SEO–after all, the book was a gift from author Eric Enge, owner of search marketing firm Stone Temple Consulting. Eric gave me a copy at PubCon Paradise in Honolulu […]
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