Real estate agents need a content management system (CMS) that can handle their image-heavy websites, competitive SEO, and frequent content updates. In this article, we will explore why Craft CMS is the best CMS for real estate agents.
While many WordPress users write their content directly into the standard post, others prefer to use a text editor such as Microsoft Word, Google Docs, or Hemingway. However, when pasting content from these tools into WordPress, formatting issues can arise.
Craft CMS allows developers to define image transforms in templates, which means that content editors do not need to upload images at specific sizes. Instead, images are automatically manipulated on demand based on the defined transforms. This feature is non-destructive, which means that the original uploaded image is not affected.
Does image size matter to SEO? Yes It Does! Image size can have a significant impact on website performance, which in turn affects SEO. Large images can slow down page load times, which can lead to a poor user experience. This can result in a higher bounce rate, which is a negative signal to search engines. Additionally, search engines take page load times into account when ranking websites, so slow-loading pages can hurt your SEO.
I came across a LinkedIn post by a female software developer. The post tells how she was rejected by Google after spending two years on their cloud project as well as some sort of on-site project. That’s just because of her health condition. She ended up with sheer frustration and the pain of rejection as reflected in her post.
No matter what you do as a small business, you are more concerned about making sales than anything else. After all, it is the life and blood of your business. You want to make sure that your campaigns bring you positive results. Not making sound sales can cripple your business.
# Top 5 Reasons to Choose Yii as a Framework: ### 1) Highly Extensible: Using Yii framework all components are visually highly extensible, and they are customizable enough to suit the needs of the user.
When hiring, you need to look at the full lifecycle cost, not just the price tag, especially in technology. One of my clients was looking at hiring a CTO for his startup. He mentioned he was going for a cheaper alternative remotely instead of onshore here in Singapore. I immediately commented, “I don’t think you can afford it!”
Yii2 vs Laravel. What is difference. In my experience, in spite of Laravel is more popular (and in some weird cases better documented), I’ve found thar Yii works much better/faster and yourself can develop faster.
Don't just sell the tech, let the tech do the sell. I was struggling with sales until I learnt to use technology and a sales funnel to generate leads for me.