Simply creating and launching a website will not lead to online growth. To successfully build and maintain your web presence, you must continually engage your audience and give them reasons to return to your website regularly.Continue reading –>
It’s no secret that your website is a great tool to generate more leads and profit for your business. However, bad web design and a cluttered layout can hurt your digital marketing efforts. In addition, omitting elements like a call to action (CTA) or a contact form can stunt your online growth and revenue.Continue reading –>
With a new year, many companies look at their websites and think: “Maybe we should do a little renovating. But, where to start?” The problem can be even worse for those just starting out with no idea what makes for an engaging website.
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So, you started a business and it was successful. Awesome! Then, you decided to expand to the internet to increase your foot traffic, sales, or company recognition. Great! Now that your business is represented online, the breadth of possibilities is practically endless. A solid online presence is a great way to display the important aspects of your business and to increase the effectiveness of a marketing strategy. We are in a mobile, digital age, so in order to meet the needs of your clientele, having a website that works on all any device, regardless of screen size is a necessity. Developing a responsive site design is the way to achieve this. Continue reading –>
The hardest part of starting a new business is figuring out where to begin, let alone the design of your company website. For inspiration, I get my feet wet by going to TheBestDesigns.com. It helps you get familiar with what the current standards of design are and it spurs up ideas that may work for you. Even if you’re not a designer, you can get ideas of what you want and what direction you want your company to go. Not all of the examples are standard business websites. They cover an array of websites, but it’s interesting to see what concepts people come up with when they’re not restricted by basic business type restrictions.
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Bloggers out there! Ever struggled to find the right imagery to accompany your articles? I found a cool web browser based sketch pad called OdoSketch.
It’s intuitively simple to use; minimal tools, and so with hardly anything to complicate the task, I compiled my sketch using only my laptop touch pad. Continue reading –>