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Will StrohlFounder & CEO
Upendo Ventures
Overall, Will has nearly 20 years of experience helping website owners become more successful in all areas, including mentoring, website development, marketing, strategy, e-commerce, and more.

Optimize Images on Your Website Like a Pro

Upendo Ventures: Optimize Images on Your Website Like a Pro

If you're someone who manages a website and especially if you manage the content on that website, this article is for you. Images are way too easy to come by these days. Whether you're taking them yourself or pulling them from a stock photo site. As a result, some websites suffer from slower page load times than are necessary. Here are some pro-tips to help you avoid these issues.

DNN Summit Session: DNN Upgrades Made Simple

Upendo Ventures: DNN Upgrades Made Simple

Our second and final session at DNN Summit 2021 was about upgrading DNN. After having upgraded literally thousands of DNN websites over the past 18 years, this session is the culmination of everything I've learned over that period of time. Most of the issues we run into tend to be completely avoidable.

DNN Summit Session: Multi-Site DNN Instances and Robots.txt

Upendo Ventures: DNN SEO and Robots.txt

Our first session at DNN Summit 2021 this year was a short introduction to search engine optimization (SEO) and then a deeper dive on how to manage the Robots.txt file in your DNN website. Management of this critical SEO file is easier than ever on DNN 9.8 and newer. This blog post is a follow-up to provide resources for the event attendees.

The Most Common Mistake in E-Commerce

Upendo Ventures: Biggest Mistake on Any E-Commerce Website

We're nearing a year now that we've all been in various stages of unrest and lockdown in our respective states and cities.  With us all being separated, places closed, and looking at our homes and belongings, it's no wonder that e-commerce has grown at such leaps and bounds through 2020.  There was one glaring mistake that I kept running into, though, regardless of the size of the vendor.