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Internet Issues
Charles Munson

Linkblog – November 17, 2021

I’ve decided to bring back my Linkblog where I regularly share links to articles and cotent that I’m reading. This week I’m looking at Svelte, Docker and Kubernetes in addition to everything below.

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Facebook
Charles Munson

Is Your Business Ready For the Next Facebook Outage?

When Facebook recently went down for six hours, was your business significantly affected? Were your customers unable to reach your company? Did it disrupt important ad campaigns or outreach efforts? Were customers unable to order products or services? No? That’s good. Yes? Your business is at significant risk. You’ve put all of your eggs into

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Content Management
Charles Munson

Gatsby and Sanity Resources 2021

I recently completed the “Master Gatsby” course by Wes Bos. Another excellent course by Bos! Gatsby and Sanity are exciting frameworks for making faster, more engaging websites.

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Analytics
Charles Munson

Google Analytics 4 Articles and Resources

Google recently rolled out major improvements to its analytics products. Even the most experienced Google Analytics administrator will admit that Google’s tracking services can be confusing to set up and overwhelming. This guide is designed to help you get a handle on these critical services.

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Social Media
Charles Munson

Why Restaurant Lighting Matters in 2019

Instagram. Social media. Is your restaurant fully optimized to enable your customers to show how much they love your food, restaurant, concept and staff? If your goal is to build a base of loyal, repeat customers, you want to do everything possible to encourage fans of your business to tell their friends and family and

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Website Development
Charles Munson

Dealing With Feedback and Criticism

Feedback and criticism are critical processes in web design, development and programming. It may seem like this technology is analytical with fairly clear answers to problems, but all of it is a more creative process than it looks.

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