Why You Shouldn’t Create Your Own Website

Having a website for your business is all but a requirement for running a trustworthy and successful business in today’s world. Most people expect companies to run a website so they can verify the legitimacy of the brand. This expectation is driving companies to develop websites quickly. Discover why you shouldn’t create your own website....

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Small Business

How To Choose a Web Design Agency for Your Small Business

Running a business today means you need a website. Websites add a level of credibility and legitimacy that most consumers need to feel comfortable shopping [...]

By: Brian Seifert | May 26, 2021

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Website Design

Website Design Standards and Best Practices

Companies are starting to put more emphasis than ever on the functionality and appearance of their websites because customers increasingly expect businesses to have high-quality [...]

By: Brian Seifert | March 4, 2021

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Website Design

How Responsive Web Design Works

“Mobile first” is the saying in the digital industry that’s been guiding online companies to tailor their websites to fit the smaller screens of smartphones. [...]

By: Brian Seifert | February 16, 2021

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SEO

A Guide to Avoiding SEO Disaster During a Website Redesign

When you run a business, it’s vital to maintain a quality website. Whether you run an e-commerce company, a service-based company, or anything in between, [...]

By: Chris Wibbe | January 13, 2021

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Website Design

Signs Your Website Might Have Been Hacked

A website is one of the most critical assets of a company and one of the key elements in web design is site security. With [...]

By: Chris Wibbe | December 14, 2020

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Website Design

Ways To Increase Your Website’s Conversion Rate

While many businesses know that conversion rates are the key to higher profits, fewer know how to achieve a coveted high conversion rate. While advertising [...]

By: Chris Wibbe | December 7, 2020

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Website Design

How To Improve Your Website Navigation

The navigation of a website is one of its most vital elements of quality web design. On a website, a few key things matter to [...]

By: Chris Wibbe | December 4, 2020

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SEO

Understanding How Web Development Affects SEO

Website development is the first step to becoming an online success in business. Every business needs a functional, attractive website to keep sales flowing and [...]

By: Chris Wibbe | December 2, 2020

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Website Design

Important Elements of a Quality Web Design

Every business needs a website. Websites are where people learn more about your company and what products and services you offer. When people hear about [...]

By: Chris Wibbe | October 22, 2020

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SEO

Key SEO Factors to Consider During a Website Redesign

Redesigning your website can help you provide a better user experience and grow your brand’s presence. However, it’s important to consider the SEO implications during [...]

By: Randy Weber | August 21, 2019

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Advanced SEM Practices

7 Habits of Highly Effective Landing Pages

“The farmer killed the goose to get at all the golden eggs, but he ended up destroying the golden egg business altogether.” There’s a lesson [...]

By: David Hoos | September 20, 2016

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Photos

The Importance of Quality Images on Your Website

There are many key components to a successful website. We all know that navigation should be simple and clean, contact info should be prominently displayed, [...]

By: Erik Urdahl | March 21, 2016

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Advanced Marketing Strategy

WordPress Tips That’ll Improve Your Website’s Speed & Security

I our line of work, we get the chance to look into the dashboard of many different WordPress sites for businesses of all sizes across [...]

By: Erik Urdahl | December 29, 2015

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Analytics

Top WordPress Plugins To Install

WordPress has a lot of features built-in that will make building your website a breeze. With such a large and vibrant developer community, there are [...]

By: Holden Page | December 11, 2015

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Optimization

5 Quick Tips for Website Optimization

“The web should be fast.” That’s been one of Google’s mantras for the last couple years, as the web has grown exponentially. What they’ve seen [...]

By: Tyler Conlee | June 16, 2015

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Conversion Tracking

9 Questions to Ask Yourself When Your Website Isn’t Converting

As much as we would all like to believe it, pay-per-click advertising is not a magical formula — it is advertising. Even though we can [...]

By: Mariah Ore | April 14, 2015

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Attribution

Top 5 Online Marketing Mistakes Every Small Business Should Avoid

In 2013, a study revealed that only 14% of small business owners were using technology in their acquisition marketing, and only 56% were measuring the [...]

By: Mariah Ore | April 9, 2015

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News & Updates

3 Ways to Stay Ahead of Google’s New Mobile-Friendly Algorithm

In less than thirty days, on April 21st, Google’s first page results will change for users searching on a mobile device. With the intention of [...]

By: Mariah Ore | March 24, 2015

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Basics

Building a Website for Conversions: A 10-Point Checklist

As today’s online marketplace becomes more competitive it is imperative that your website gives you a return on the valuable marketing dollars you spend. I [...]

By: Tony Palazzo | December 6, 2013

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Optimization

4 Things to Think About When Improving Your Website

Having a high quality website is a must for businesses who want to take advantage of the growing trend of online shopping. But having a [...]

By: Tony Palazzo | August 22, 2013

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Basics

Three Easy Tips for Online Marketing

Did you know that over four million business listings on Google have been claimed by their business owners? At least several hundred, or even several [...]

By: Tony Palazzo | August 15, 2013

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