Andrew Epperson

Andrew Epperson

Director of Web Services

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Andrew has over 12 years of experience in designing and developing websites, web-based applications, and Apps for business and personal consumption. As a Director of Web Services, he works with our clients to deliver project management and business strategy concepts in the online arena. Throughout his experiences, Andrew has developed specific expertise in WordPress development, Search Engine Optimization (SEO), Responsive Web Design, website hosting, cross browser compatibility, and Social Media / Content Marketing. Andrew's technical skill set includes: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Mobile, Responsive, WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, PHP, ASP, ASP.Net, jQuery, CMS, Photoshop, Illustrator.

Andrew is a graduate from the University of Evansville, a founding member of the Social Media Club of Evansville, and is a volunteer web administrator for several community and non-profit organizations.

Andrew is considered one of the leading local experts on Search Engine Optimization, and analytical measurement of website effectiveness. He has conducted presentations and workshops on website development, search engine optimization, and social media and for organizations like:

  • Social Media Club of Evansville
  • The Chamber of Commerce of Southwestern Indiana
  • Evansville area Technology clubs (i.e. GETIT)
  • University of Evansville
  • Kiwanis

Recent Articles by Andrew

How to Create Content for Your Company Blog

Coming up with content for your company blog should be easy, right? After all, no one knows better than you just what your business is all about, and blogging is a great way to tell your story. You should be able to come up with a handful (or two handfuls) of topics at the drop of a hat, and riff on those […] Continue Reading

Inbox Zero: Why It’s Important to Me

Inbox Zero is often a topic of discussion amongst those online, and with good reason. Everyone seems to have an opinion, and Hope’s Inbox Zero post generated debate in our office. Because we thought our readers would enjoy a glimpse into our discussion, Zac and I have decided to take our opinions to a more open forum. You can read Zac’s post […] Continue Reading

Top Content from 2013 – LTnow Blog in Review

2013 was a great year by many accounts here at LTnow. We experienced exciting growth in our office space, personnel, and company culture. If you missed it, Stewart did a great job of reflecting on our business growth. You can read that here. Part of the growth here at LTnow last year was reflected in our blog content. We posted a lot […] Continue Reading

WordPress 3.8 – What to Know Before You Update

WordPress 3.8 was released on December 12, 2013 to a lot of excitement, certainly around our office. Code named “Parker,” WP 3.8 introduces some great new features and enhancements that continue to impress. So what is new in WordPress 3.8? A new, modern design for the dashboard. WordPress developers introduced a new look, customization options, and improvements, such as: Tablet focused / […] Continue Reading

How to Develop and Maintain a Blogging Schedule

“Plan your work, work your plan.” It’s a truism that applies to just about every aspect of our business and personal lives. It’s especially true when it comes to your company blog. If you’ve been blogging without any consistency, you’ve been putting forth effort and likely not receiving much reward for that effort. Maybe it’s time to get a little more control […] Continue Reading

Why Twitter May Be More Global Than Facebook

Back in April of 2011, we explored the growth of Twitter, which at the time was posting some impressive numbers. Though the explosive growth of Twitter’s first five years has leveled off a bit, it’s remained a strong force in social media, used by celebrities, companies, and regular folks like you and me. Like most social networks, Twitter has expanded to global […] Continue Reading