Category Archive: Website Development
A web domain and a web host are often confused to be the same thing. We can certainly understand the confusion when you’re not professionals in the web industry! For us, we want to cut the jargon and give you information the “everyday Joe” can wrap their head around.
Search engine rankings are heavily dependant on the mobile-friendliness of your website. With Google implementing mobile-first indexing in late 2018, it’s no secret the mobile world has and will continue to affect several businesses online.
Does design matter the most? Is it the content you put out? Maybe it’s as simple as adding social media buttons? While all of these are important, they’re not the most critical parts of your website. Out of all the updates your business should be doing to your website, we’ve prioritized the top three for you.
If you’ve fallen victim to your website being hacked, you know the pain, suffering and money that comes with fixing it. Not only is it mentally and financially exhausting, it can wreak havoc on your SEO and site health.
If you’re a small business in the beginning stages of a website build, there are some must-haves to keep in consideration. Having a clear, easy to navigate website is crucial to your site visitors and also bring added importance to your search engine results.
When meeting with potential clients for the first time regarding a new website build, one of the first questions we’re asked is, “How long is this going to take?” Find out on the blog today.
The amount of brick and mortar retail stores closing in 2018 is on pace to break some records. And unfortunately, not in a good way. With many stores moving out of a physical space and onto the internet, deciding which platform to sell on can be overwhelming.
Several factors play a role when it comes first impressions and your website, such as color, spacing, fonts and photography just to name a few. Research reveals online searchers immediately scrutinized layouts. When it came to first impressions, feedback shows 94 percent of participants commented on design alone. As for actual content, only 6 percent noticed it on the first impression.