I am a web developer for Taylor University. My primary job responsibilities include writing HTML/CSS templates for our DotCMS content management system. As well as specialized content pulls using Velocity scripting. I had the pleasure of spearheading the effort to transition from a failing CMS to the DotCMS which has proven to be a valuable asset to the university. I also am involved in providing leadership in the area of SEO and Google Analytics.
I also do some freelance work for small businesses setting up websites and maintaining their sites and providing SEO services.
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"As Annette said, it depends on why you're doing it. What are the problems that need to be solved, and what are the outcomes that can be measured? I'm planning to switch to a CMS from not having one this coming year, and most of our issues…"
"For our global header nav, I've been tracking every click as an event in Google Analytics for several months. It's pretty clear now which links are popular and which are being ignored. I also use Crazy Egg to see clicks on the current…"
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