If you've been wondering if it's time to revamp your website here are eight red flags to tell you it's time.
1. You’ve been adding to it for years and it needs to be reorganized.
We’ve all been there – whether it’s adding new items to your
In some businesses this is the time of year when things slow down a bit. If that’s you – it’s the perfect time to do some of those tasks that have been on the back burner for a while. Is one of those items a
Briefly, WordPress plug-ins are functionality modules that can perform a wide range of tasks. Think of them as puzzle pieces. Each one is a piece that creates (or builds) your website.
Here are a few of the most popular ones:
SSL (now required
Typically when a client comes to us they have a mindset that their website content should be all about them. But if they want their website to bring in business that’s the wrong attitude. You have to tell the site visitor how you can help
Now that getting your taxes done is no longer looming overhead it’s time to take care of other things such as a spring clean your website. It’s time to make sure everything’s working properly, that it still looks fresh and that it’s bringing in business.
Our newest client felt that way too. He’d done a ton of reading and was overwhelmed with all the terminology, the horror stories and everything that goes with stepping outside of your comfort zone.
John Duguid came to us referred by two people in a similar
If you've been considering an upgrade to your website but not sure if it's time just yet here are seven tips to help you decide.
1. Your website is not mobile-friendly
If you look at anyone in the age range of 12-50 their cell phone is either
Another year has come to a close. By now you’ve closed your books and it’s time to a do a year-end review of your website. Your website may be the first time a visitor is introduced to your business and you want to make a
Sometimes the simplest things can help increase traffic to your website. I’ve been meeting with several contractors lately and what really surprises me is that they’ve got great photos posted in a portfolio but there isn’t a word there to tell people about the project,