No matter what your business is, you probably need a website. Almost every company these days has some type of web presence, and most business owners consider a well-built and well-run website essential for their business’s success. Choosing the right person or company to build your website is important, but how do you know what should be on your website and whether the person or company you choose is doing a good job?
For businesses, being at the top of a Google search page is where it’s at. Statistics tell us that the first page of a Google search return can capture over 90% of traffic clicks business owners are aiming for.
The prime real estate on a Google search return, of course, is the Featured Snippet…that framed summary that usually appears at the top of the page or just below the paid ad. But does not being in the Featured Snippet significantly hurt your online business?
A web presence is the most effective method of reaching and building targeted audiences. It’s also a fast way to nurse a negative impact on your business. In this article, we’ll focus on ways you can tell if your business’s site is outdated or dull.
Information That’s Outdated
Dated content can confuse and aggravate customers. It can also give new visitors to your site the impression that you’re no longer in business.
A common request from our clients are WordPress plugin suggestions so that they have the right set of tools to take their businesses to the next level. In this article, we’ll focus on some of the more essential plugins.
Must Have WordPress Plugins
There are currently about 40,000 plugins for WordPress available for download. Here’s a selection of free and premium must-have plugins that can seriously jumpstart your business website.
You don’t have to be a programmer to understand the benefits PHP programming can bring to a business. In this article, we’ll tell you why.
PHP at a Glance
Originally called Personal Home Page, PHP was developed a series of codes to track visitors on a particular site. Since then, it has grown to be the most popular “interpreter” on most operating systems and platforms in the world.
If you have a terrible website, it may seem to you like the little duckling: so ugly it is actually cute. You may rationalize that only people who really “get it” like your website and that those who do not like it are simply “picking on” you, much as we rationalize a bad child’s behavior … Read More