A website is often the most important asset of an organization’s online presence. We like to think of it as an organization’s home on the internet. But with anything technical, things can go wrong. So what do you do if your website goes down? And what steps can you take to prevent this.
It’s hard to believe that it’s already the holiday season again! A time when our mind often drifts between family, food, shopping, and the like. We decided to reflect on the many areas we are thankful for (a novel idea, I know!). We're also announcing the launch of a new project that is one way we are “giving back.”
You may never have heard of a website audit. Yet, it may be just the thing to help your business succeed. Consider it an in-depth check-up on what is your most expensive online asset – your website.
You want your next email marketing campaign to succeed? The first step is to get it delivered to your prospective and current customers’ inbox. The next, is to get them to open it.
A strategic blend of these two services provides the best value for our clients. One has a wider reach and the other is less expensive. Together we can take advantage of both of these qualities.
Email marketing is the most cost-effective and reliable way to engage with customers. With a signup form on your website and a simple strategy for sending emails, you can provide more value to your customers. Start small. Then expand.
Facebook has two separate ways that pages and advertising accounts can be managed. The original way is having it tied to a personal Facebook account. However, Facebook now has a better option. And don’t worry, it’s easy.
A few years ago it would have seemed absurd to think that mobile devices would account for the majority of website usage. Welcome to 2017. Mobile usage has now passed desktop. This change affects every aspect of web design.