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Why Your Company Needs a Website

Why Your Company Needs a Website

We know, we know, you hear us say it all the time, but it’s true. Your company needs a website. Right now. We are well aware of the many excuses not to have one: “It’s too expensive.” “I make enough sales without one.” “Last time we got one it failed, so we’re not...
Pros and Cons of Video Marketing for Your Business

Pros and Cons of Video Marketing for Your Business

Video marketing was and still is an incredibly popular online marketing strategy for businesses big and small. Obviously, larger companies have the budget and means to spend all their money on commercials for TV and, nowadays, YouTube, so it may feel like making...
5 Things that are Slowing Down Your Website

5 Things that are Slowing Down Your Website

There’s nothing more annoying than trying to reach a website you need to use only to find out it’s loading slowly. This is the main reason why numbers can fail for any business website, whether it’s a massive company like YouTube (yes, even their site can experience...
Why You Shouldn’t DIY Your Business’s Website

Why You Shouldn’t DIY Your Business’s Website

We understand that it takes a lot of work, time, and money to build a website from the ground up, especially if you’re just not happy with your business’s website right now. It can be frustrating to watch your site do nothing but collect bot traffic and generate no...
What Do People Really Want From Your Website?

What Do People Really Want From Your Website?

Don’t you hate it when you put in so much effort to creating a website and you only get a few visitors and no sales or click-throughs? If your website is beautifully designed and made but it’s not doing what you want it to do, it’s basically less of a website and more...
How to Ensure Your Website is Properly Optimized

How to Ensure Your Website is Properly Optimized

It is sad to report (at least, it’s sad for us!) that Google has once again shifted their rules on search engine optimization (SEO). More specifically, they’ve flip-flopped on their rule regarding meta description tag length, one that we were admittedly very excited...