Craig de Fasselle spent his early career as president of Meter Equipment Mfg. He has six patents in flow instrumentation, developed a calibration bench for blood viscometers, and handled the company’s marketing.
Craig's success in creating and leading user-to-user forums led to serving as a paid consultant for America Online and Women.com for over five years. He created his first website in the mid-90s, and the web sales generated evolved into a new, full-time career.
Founding Web Refinements in 1999, Craig sold the manufacturing company to pursue web development full-time. He is an expert in the design requirements and strategies to achieve user-friendly sites, SEO, and driving targeted traffic to your web site. Craig can be contacted at 440-497-0029.
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I’ve seen numerous stories of the origin of Murphy’s Law, but believe the following to be the most accurate, My source was an old magazine article where the author interviewed Edward A. Murphy. It includes photos of Murphy during the interview, lending to its credibility. Of course, if there are errors in how others or I have recounted this event, they reaffirm Murphy’s Law!
What?! We know, you’re reading the headline again and wondering, “Did they make a typo? Did someone hack the blog?” Surely, we don’t mean that your business does not need a website—because we are in the web marketing business, after all.
By Craig de Fasselle
Once upon a time, SEO was all about keyword stuffing, landing pages, submitting your site monthly to searches, and trying to stay ahead of every search engine algorithm change. Then SEO transitioned into link building, obsessing over keyword-optimized content, and trying to trick search engines into ranking your site above the rest.
Content Management Systems (CMS) continue to evolve with the intent of making website maintenance easier and less expensive. Sounds like the perfect tool for simplifying web updates, right? The decision to use a CMS might seem like a no-brainer, but don’t kick your web developer to the curb just yet! CMS comes with limitations, and its success depends on your website update needs. Continue reading Website Maintenance: Do I Need or Want a CMS→