Kevin C Pirnie

IIS Site Warmup
Apr 13 2012 Kevin P

IIS Site Warmup

Hey folks, ’bout time for me to come around with a little tip. Thanks to IIS 7.5 Extensions and Microsoft (well… really Windows 8, and IIS 8 I guess…), we can now prime our Application Pools, when IIS starts. Now, though it would be nice to be able to simply plug it in and go, […] Read More
URL Rewriting without 3rd Party Add-Ons
Mar 01 2012 Kevin P

URL Rewriting without 3rd Party Add-Ons

.Net 3.5 Brought to developers of MVC applications the wonderful world of Page Routing. This allows us .Net developers to not have to worry about SEO friendly URLs (pretty much) any more, as we can simplify the URL rewritting process and get rid of those pesky 3rd party add-ons. .Net 4 brings this Page Routing […] Read More
YUI Compressor Windows GUI
Oct 04 2011 Kevin P

YUI Compressor Windows GUI

Well, I finally broke down and decided I was sick and tired of having to type in a command prompt what I needed done with the YUI Compressor for my CSS and javascripts. This is sort-of a beta version, but I would like to know if anyone comes across any bugs in it… maybe someday […] Read More
7 Basic Rules of Great SEO
Jul 21 2011 Kevin P

7 Basic Rules of Great SEO

1. Understand User-Intent Keyword research is the cornerstone of any SEO campaign. Understanding user-intent when conducting and selecting your keywords is critical to getting your SEO off on the right foot and helping the right audience find your site. For instance, are “gym shoes,” “sneakers” and “tennis shoes,” the same thing? For some consumers those […] Read More

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