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About Steve Steiner

Stephen is the driving force behind WebSauce Software. Since 1978, he has been alternately provoking and delighting customers in ways that, somehow, always seem to make their businesses grow. His technical skills range from marketing plan design to nuclear submarine navigation (no kidding). Somewhere in that range there's something useful he can do for your business.

How we approach SEO

How We Do SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Since I've explained this about a bazillion times, and I'm getting sick of the sound of my own voice, I decided to write up this summary of WebSauce's initial approach to a new SEO project. First Step Before engaging in any "optimization" at all, the first steps are to: 1. Pick meaningful keywords/phrases 2. See how you rank on them 3. See how your competitors rank on them 4. See whether your competitors are ranking on keywords/phrases that we didn't include step 1. We do not, and will not, take a job based [...]

By | December 31st, 2014|SEO, Services, WebSauce SEO Tools|Comments Off on How we approach SEO

Meteor FTW!

What the Heck is Meteor? From the Meteor Website Meteor is an ultra-simple environment for building modern websites. What once took weeks, even with the best tools, now takes hours with Meteor. That’s quite a claim! […]

By | December 22nd, 2014|JavaScript, Meteor, WebSauce SEO Tools|0 Comments

Why Does W3C Validation Matter?

Without valid pages on your website, you never know what Google, Yahoo, or Bing actually see on your site so how can you expect good rankings? The World Wide Web Consortium (w3c) maintains a standard that describes how web pages are to be coded to be "valid." An invalid web page has a few disadvantages: There is no way to tell how much of your content Google, Bing, and Yahoo can actually read, so your search results are unpredictable Different browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Chrome) will have different ways of displaying your site; not necessarily as intended Links [...]

By | October 16th, 2014|SEO, W3C Validation|0 Comments