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Lynne

About Lynne D'Autrechy

Lynne, a Stanford-educated computer scientist, is an experienced developer specializing in WordPress websites. She excels at diagnosing and solving challenging website problems for clients in various industries.

Orthopedic surgeon launches new website with mega menus to make practice more efficient

2017-04-13T10:18:20+00:00 April 12th, 2017|Buzzquake Press, Client News, Newsletter|

Brad Carofino, MD, a successful orthopedic surgeon in the South Hampton Roads region of Virginia, launched a new website today intended to improve communication with patients and fellow physicians. Although Carofino is in a group practice that has a website, he chose to build a personal site to better meet his patients’ needs and expand his practice. The website will serve as a repository for biographical information about Dr. Carofino, resources for patients and an archive for anonymized case studies. It will also help brand Carofino as the Virginia Beach

Buzzquake’s client, Mark Townsend of Tickets From The Past, featured in Sports Collectors Digest

2017-03-29T13:29:55+00:00 March 29th, 2017|Client News|

We are proud to report that Mark Townsend, a long-time Buzzquake Client who owns Tickets From The Past, was recently featured in a Sports Collectors Digest article. Tickets will get you into sporting events, and they can be worth money afterwards By Greg Bates Sports Collectors Digest Mark Townsend used to own a card [...]

SEO for Images

2017-03-29T11:34:18+00:00 December 12th, 2016|Content Strategy, Newsletter, SEO, WordPress|

When it comes to SEO (search engine optimization), images are the most neglected elements. So, if you’re one of the few people who pays attention to images, you will be ahead of crowd. This is written specifically for WordPress websites, but the basic principles would apply to all sites. Here’s what you should focus [...]

7 things you can do to speed up your WordPress website

2016-11-15T16:56:15+00:00 November 14th, 2016|Analytics, Newsletter, WordPress|

Here are seven simple, practical, easy-to-implement suggestions for speeding up your WordPress website. When it comes to your website, a lack of speed kills! The truth is that Google ranks websites based in part on how fast they load. Every additional second of load time lowers your conversion rate by 7%. 85% of users will abandon a site that takes more than 7 seconds to load.

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