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Here we write about WordPress and website marketing.
You  find more articles in German in our blog, Die Netzialisten.


Elisabeth writing

Climate protection and your own website

The climate crisis is ubiquitous. We are discussing cars and garbage, consumption and CO2 emissions. What people don’t talk about so much is the fact that the internet as we know it today actually contributes it’s share to our CO2 […]

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WordPress

When WordPress Websites retire

We develop websites for companies. Normally, this means that the website’s content is updated and WordPress is being maintained on a regular basis. But what if the website has only been created for an event? This way the website has […]

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Elisabeth writing

Read: Deep and Deliberate Delegation

Delegation is something people talk about a lot; unfortunately, most people are not really good at actually delegating. With his book, Dave Stitt gives us a profound manual on how to make delegation work. He wants to teach us “deliberate” […]

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Marketing

Making your WordPress website multilingual

What is the best way to offer your website in different languages? Does WordPress support this? And how would I actually go about it? Reasons for a multilingual website Many of our clients want to offer their content not only […]

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SEO

SEO and marketing

SEO – Search Engine Optimization – is one of the magic words almost all clients have on their wish list. Unfortunately, SEO is far from being the magic wand some try to make you believe. But let me explain. Building […]

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Marketing

Local SEO – Are local businesses different?

Google and such are out to give you, their users, useful search results. This is one reason, why search engines are trying hard to distinguish between local businesses and businesses with no real “local” component. If we are looking for […]

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Kirsten writing

From Schelperdesign to Start-The-Loop

After many good years with our former label schelperdesign.net we felt we needed to move on. We discussed where we came from and where we wanted to go, took a closer look at our every-day-work and future goals. At the […]

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