Planning a New Website

March 11, 2019

Questions to Consider The more forethought and work that happens on the front end of the website development process, the better the outcome. Almost any company can put your logo, some pictures and text online for you. While that approach … Continue reading

Conveying the Right Message

February 01, 2019

Long before designing websites was an industry and a required component of any business marketing plan–way back in the early 90s–I took a 500-level marketing class. That class offered one enormous 20th century marketing takeaway that I still use daily … Continue reading

Are You Ready for 2019?

December 06, 2018

As we close out the year for 2018 and look forward to 2019, is your business ready? More specifically, is your website ready to tackle the year in style (and with the appropriate functionality)? If your website was built more … Continue reading

Beware the Google Image Search

June 20, 2017

Website Image Rights & Why You Should Care To some, this topic may seem obvious, but we’ve had the issue arise often enough over the years, including just this last week, that I think it bears addressing in clear terms. … Continue reading

Why Not DIY Your Website?

November 01, 2016

As DIY web technology and tools (services like Squarespace, Wix, and GoDaddy’s Website Builder) continue to expand and improve, why would a small business spend thousands of dollars on a website when they could create a mobile-friendly website themselves in … Continue reading

Google Announces Mobile First Indexing

October 20, 2016

For site owners that have been putting off the conversion to having a mobile-friendly site, it is now time (ok, the right time was a year and a half ago, but now it is really time). Google announced today that … Continue reading

Time to Commit to Mobile Usability

March 19, 2015

If you are waiting until mobile really takes off to address the mobile usability of your business website, the time is now. Arguably, it was two years ago. But with Google’s recent warning emails to site owners about mobile usability … Continue reading