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Our technical knowledge, experience and commitment ensure that the sites we build have good structure, quality content, an appropriate design and the latest SEO techniques.
We assess the needs of each individual client and find the plan that is the best fit. This ensures maximum performance, making our sites fast, scalable, stable and secure.
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If You Don't Have a Great Website, You're Losing Business
As a small business owner, you wear many hats. You know that a strong website will help your business, but who has the time to build and then maintain it? That’s why we’re here. We take the pain out of building a website that tells your story and drives new business. Then we’ll work with you to ensure that the website is kept secure and up-to-date.
The homepage was once considered the single most important page on a website. At that time, homepage traffic far outranked all other pages, so everything about the brand was stuffed there. Blog posts, news announcements, image sliders, even social media feeds, were often all jammed onto the homepage.
Creating content is one of the first steps in developing a good website. Once you have written the words and compiled the images, it’s time to start formatting the pages. Subheads and bulleted lists make text easy to scan. Call out quotes and images provide graphic interest. But what does a Call To Action do?
Email marketing is one of the most cost-effective things you can do to grow your business. The more you can learn about the right way to do things (best practices), the more likely you are to be successful. Understanding safelists is a good place to start.
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Apple released version 10.15 of its macOS operating system, a.k.a. Catalina, to the public in October 2019. We’re just updating our office computers now. Why?