4 good reasons developers use WordPress

When you’re relaunching a website or creating a new one, it’s important to choose the right content management system (CMS). There are lots out there, with WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal being

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4 factors to consider when choosing a marketing partner

We’re days away from 2018. As you bustle in and out of stores grabbing those last minute Christmas gifts (or start your shopping) take some time to think about what

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Images are the most interesting thing in the world

If you have a blog on your website, it’s probably designed to have an image to go along with every post. Do you make use of that feature? You should.

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Get buzzed with good web design

Good web design is like good beer. The first impression with any beer — despite what brewmasters might think — has nothing to do with the beer itself. People first

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Businesses need to own their marketing

Behind every good business is good marketing — this is a fact. Be it digital, print marketing or word of mouth, if you’re not doing a good job of getting

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4 tips for better blogs

Blogging is a great marketing tool. It’s a way to keep your web content updated, which helps your SEO; it can help educate your clients on your products and services;

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Dig into your competitors for better online results

Learning from others in your industry will improve your digital marketing strategy. When you’re on your competitors’ Facebook pages do you ever wonder, “how the heck do they get that

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Why businesses should avoid cookie-cutter website builders

Potential clients ask us “Why should I pay you to build a website when there are so many free website builders available?” Here’s what we tell them. 1. SEO One

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Is your branding betraying you?

The main purpose of your branding is to identify and differentiate your product or service from others in the market. Your logo, your website, your Facebook page photos, your Twitter

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3 tips to keep web projects on track and on budget

Technology has made us super impatient. We want things done now. Yesterday, really. When it comes to launching or relaunching your sparkly, new website it can feel like yesterday isn’t

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