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After doing what we do for a couple decades now, we've amassed quite a bit of knowledge when it comes to design, marketing, and doing better business. The purpose of the JVM blog is to share this knowledge with small business owners and entrepreneurs. If you have a request for a particular topic or would like to be a guest author, please get in contact.
If your business “invested a lot of money” on a website sometime in the distant past, you may very well have cited that as a reason not to spend any more money on it. Even way past the point of a website’s design or functionality becoming long in the tooth, I have seen business owners vehemently defend their previous investment as still valid, years later. Here’s the kicker though – their investment was valid. Was [...]
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I think we’re finally to the point where almost all business owners know that the internet is pretty important and that they should have a web presence. For some, this is where it stops – they know they need it and that’s it.
Like most marketing (yes, your website is marketing for your business), it’s important to have a strategy in place to help you with defining your goals. Without this, your website will not be [...]
Whether you're just starting a new business venture or you're a little more established, there's a short list of things you definitely should not do. I like to call these, basic business blunders. They're basic in that they're the ABCs of starting out and marketing your business. They're blunders because they're bad business decisions. It could be because I'm involved with marketing that I notice these types of things a little more, but my guess is that a percentage of your potential customers or clients may notice them too.
To say WordPress is a popular choice for a content management system is an understatement. Part of its appeal are the thousands of free and commercial, pre-made themes available for the system. They are an enticing way to publish a website with little or no knowledge of programming required.
If you don't think having a mobile-friendly (or responsive) website should be at the top of your 2015 to-do list, you might want to reconsider. Never mind the fact that you're already at least 2 years behind the times, or the fact that mobile usages is inching closer to actually eclipsing desktop and laptop usage. Google recently made it pretty clear what type of websites they're favoring.
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