August 12th Development Meeting
Sean and I discussed Tritz Pallet as he’s getting ready to write the blog for KC Web. This included discussing the map plugin and how it works and what one thing it doesn’t do that the client would’ve liked (map markers).
We talked about Conception Abbey and how I’m going about setting up the different entity pages. We also look at the new mega menu plugin, we spent a bit of time going over all the things it can do and a few things we wished it would do. It’s really going to be an awesome plugin for us to start using on other sites.
The one process thing that came up today was more about helping all of us with the question we get about, my site is live why isn’t my site showing up on Google! We recently have gotten at least two clients who kept asking about this issue. The suggestion is that the contract be updated to have a section that requires a signature or initial from the client that states they understand that when the site is made live it doesn’t mean they will immediately be shown in Google or other search engine results. The process for showing up can take up to 3-6 months. KC Web prepares the site and with the purchase of the SEO package can help increase the chances of showing up higher.
Hopefully with something like that when a client comes back to ask or complain you could then refer to the contract and mention that they signed stating they understood that just because it’s live doesn’t mean it will immediately show up on Google.