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Earlier this week, I had a client ask the, “what’s the point of adding content to your site if it doesn’t come right up in Google” question. It can definitely be frustrating to spend the time to craft a good piece of content and then not see it come up when you search for it on Google. I wanted to just outline why this happens....
An urgently buzzed about element of having an online presence is the social one: whether via an external network or your own personal hub, interacting with others in the online space is a valuable way to define and perpetuate your brand, promote your services, and stay on top of what’s going on in your industry.
There is a reason why paying for SEO (short for Search Engine Optimization) is a good idea and that can be summed up in two words: it's complicated. SEO professionals have a full-time job simply staying on top of Google changes. Not to mention the incredible amount of time it takes to actually do SEO the right way.
In this article, I discuss some things to avoid and how a custom, professional website can help your business succeed.
It may seem a bit non sequitur but today while walking around outside and admiring the bright yellow daffodils that started blooming last week it made me think about how incredibly easy and maintenance free those particular flowers are. Since I design websites my next thought was how so many people kind of treat their business website like a daffodil.
In today's industry of growing interfaces, user interface design (UI) has become more and more important. UI is vital for websites because users should be able to easily navigate and find what they're looking for quickly. Ignoring the importance of UI can result in a difficult-to-use site...
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