Cutcompcosts.com Upgrades Website Access and Readability
We at Cutcompcosts.com are now happier campers, so to speak. Two years ago when we switched from Blogger to WordPress, we hired a company to convert the posts. Unfortunately, most of the posts ran together and caused accessibility problems for certain companies and individuals.
Accessing our posts is why I have written almost 1600 over the last 10 years. We sought out a contractor to straighten out the posts. She has performed well as each post had to be individually edited. Our thanks goes out to our consultant for doing a great job and putting up with the thousands of edits required to make it all work. Whew!
She is still working on the posts to make them more readable and accessible to Google searches. This is a very meticulous task as the posts that were written for Blogger do not have the same SEO requirements for today’s search engines. She also has been reprogramming some of our HTML by hand. I do not envy those tasks.
Over the last few months companies and individuals informed us their servers were blocking our website. That development disturbed and was unacceptable to me. The blog was made to be a repository of articles on Workers Comp costs claims reduction.
If you see any quirks, errors or problems, please let me know at [email protected] or on the contact sheet below. Thanks for reading the blog and newsletter. It has been a wild ride.
If you have any suggestions for articles subjects, let me know. I took off a few weeks after my old friend Dave DePaolo’s passing as I had writer’s block.
I am going back to the basics for the next few weeks. Cutcompcosts.com was meant to be a website that took Workers Comp jargon and turned into plain-spoken information – no more/no less.
Thanks for reading my mental meanderings. James J Moore
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