Posts Tagged “website”

A Guide To Launching The Perfect Photography Website

Posted on December 7th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

While smartphones have turned us all into amateur photographers, there’s still plenty of demand for professional services. You only have to look at the popularity of Getty Images and Shutterstock to realize just how lucrative premium images can be. And if stock graphics don’t meet the brief, companies will regularly hire a photographer to obtain…

Finding Answers: How To Get Help For Your Website

Posted on December 4th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Building a website can take its toll on your time, money, and create quite the headache if you don’t have the proper answers to any questions you may have. Whether you are trying to increase traffic or just move that image a little to the left, these types of issues can stop us in our…

Help! My Domain Name Is About To Expire!

Posted on November 20th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

While in principle a website could be yours forever, a single payment does not guarantee this. Because companies are constantly rebranding and going out of business, existing domain names often become irrelevant or superfluous. And given the huge international demand for new domain names, it would be unfair if a web address was permanently off-limits…

Blogs About Websites You Should Be Following

Posted on November 16th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Keeping up with the maintenance of a website can be a big job. Whether you run a blog, ecommerce store, or news outlet, there’s always a lot to do, especially considering the fact that the digital world is constantly changing. Knowing the latest trend for your digital empire takes a certain investment of time. However,…

WordPress Plugins That’ll Make Your Customers’ Lives Easier

Posted on November 13th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

Considering the fact that it was launched in 2003 as a standalone program, the subsequent diversity of WordPress plugins is quite breathtaking. There are now over 55,600 separate plugins, which augment the basic WordPress framework. Some of these are frivolous, while others could best be described as being of niche appeal. However, many have been…

How To Add Meta Tags To Your Website

Posted on November 9th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Meta tags are little snippets of information that live inside of your HTML code. They help search engines understand your content. When Google or Bing sends crawlers over a page, meta tags help them understand what the content of the page is about through the use of meta tags. Meta tags are typically used in…

Making Twitter Work For Your Business

Posted on November 6th, 2018 by Neil Cumins

It’s fair to say that Twitter hasn’t enjoyed a comfortable 2018. Ongoing associations with trolls and fake accounts have further damaged its reputation, while younger audiences are drifting away towards encrypted communications platforms like Snapchat. However, there are still compelling arguments for using Twitter for business, providing it’s done correctly… Up your service game An…

Building Blocks: WordPress Or Website Builder?

Posted on October 16th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

So you’ve decided to build a website. Chances are you’ve pictured it in your mind a hundred times. You probably have a very specific plan of attack once it’s built and ready to go. However, achieving the finished product might have you stumped. Transferring an idea from inside your mind onto the actual internet can…

What Makes A Website Truly Great?

Posted on October 9th, 2018 by Kelly Kirkham

Website owners spend a great deal of time making small changes to their websites, aiming for increased functionality, traffic and conversions. However, you may want to take a moment to evaluate the big picture. Oftentimes we get stuck in the minutiae, avoiding the bigger and more serious problems in design and navigation. To avoid this…

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