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
Recent Articles by Andrew
There is a lot more to web hosting than the price. Here are questions to ask when looking for a place to keep your high-performance website safe and sound. Take this article with you when you shop around to make sure you get the best hosting for your money.
Bounce Rate is the measure of people that visited your site and then left without doing anything. But what if they read the whole page before they left? Enter Adjusted Bounce Rate.
Cheap web hosting is designed to look good until it breaks – a lot like a pinata full of cole slaw. You may have seen the ads on TV or in a sidebar of a blog: “Web Hosting for only $3.99* Per Month*!” or “Unlimited* Websites for One* Low price of 1¢*.” If you haven’t seen those ads, once you do a
An iPhone Virus is a real thing If you have a smartphone, and 64% of Americans do, you have more than just a phone – you have a computer in your pocket. There have been volumes written over the years about viruses and malware that affect computers at every level, but not a lot of ink has been spilled over the subject
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We’ve got Ben Franklin to thank for those wise words, and they’re as true today as they were then: it’s worth taking the time to identify and address potential issues, because fixing them when they blow up is much more costly. While you might associate that old adage with personal health, it’s not
If you’re a recent (or soon-to-be) college graduate, you’re probably already on a quest for that all-important first job. You’re likely looking for employment in the field you majored in, and you’re better qualified than you ever have been thanks to your coursework and degree. That’s the good news. The bad news is, your diploma doesn’t guarantee that you’ll find a job