Online, your website must stay current to stay competitive. A whopping 94% of visitors reported they closed out of a website or didn’t trust it simply because of an outdated design. (Source) Growth-Driven Web Design (GDD) is a new approach to web design that stops this issue in its tracks. What is Growth-Driven Web Design? Growth-Driven Web Design
WordPress is the most popular online publishing platform because of its adaptability and convenience. One of the key reasons why WordPress is so adaptable is that you can use plugins that allows your website to achieve certain functions. This can be anything from sliders to forms to e-Commerce - the possibilities (and plugins) are endless. However,
The times they are a-changing. In the beginning of December, WordPress began rolling out the new version of their editor, which drastically changes how the interface looks. If your website was built in WordPress you may not have seen the change just yet, but it's expected to roll out on every website within the next few
If your website was last updated in '97 and features a flashing rainbow background...you probably already know it's time for an upgrade. But often it's not easy to tell when a site needs a simple refresh or a full-scale redesign. Does a website made in 2010 need to be redesigned? What about one made in 2015? The truth is there is no set
Did you bring your scalpel? We're continuing our dissection of successful marketing tools to narrow in on what makes them work. Today we're slicing open some successful websites to see how they're built. It's Mobile Responsive 80% of people use a smartphone daily, according to Google. If your website isn't ready for them, they won't stick around.
One of the first questions we hear from new customers is: what the heck is web hosting, and why do I have to pay for it? Think of a website as an apartment. You own anything that goes inside your apartment, but you still have to pay rent to live there. In order for your website to appear online, you have to rent out the space. That's where a web
Gather round, I have a terrifying tale. And every last word is true. There was once a website...a seemingly normal website. But underneath the surface, dark forces were at work. Visitors would come, but they wouldn't stay. The contact form was so unused it gathered dust. No one could find it on Google. Business began to die. Sound familiar? If