2018 is almost over folks and you know what that means. It means 2019 is just around the corner with another chance to dominate the rankings and make your website the best ROI for your business.
One of the most visited pages on your website may also be the one you probably neglect the most. That page is the About Us page. For most small businesses, this lack of attention can translate into lost sales.
Redesigning your website can be a bit of a leap in the dark. What do you keep? What do you leave out? Should you even redesign your website in the first place? These 6 steps will throw the guesswork out the window so that you redesign your website stress-free.
You remember that time you visited a website and left, and then started seeing its ads everywhere else online? It was eerie wasn’t it? Also kind of annoying. That’s remarketing for you, and it can do wonders for your business.
With over 7.5 billion mobile subscriptions worldwide, incorporating text messaging into your business operations may no longer be an option but an absolute must.
May 25, 2018 was the deadline for GDPR compliance, and you probably have a lot of questions like: How prepared am I for this new era? Does it even concern my business? What is GDPR anyway?!
As humans become ever more merged with their tech and devices, the need to keep your communications human has never been higher. Remember the familiar smile that greets you when you show up at the local grocery store? Or the fact that you don’t have to introduce yourself to your local hair stylist?
A photo says a thousand words, and this is even more true on the web. But you can’t just go around…
You should redesign your website every few years or so to keep it from going stale and obsolete. That idea reads smoothly on paper, doesn’t it? But the reality can actually be a lot messier.
MODX may also qualify as the best CMS you’ve never heard of. A lot of people think Wordpress, when they hear of CMS—and that’s because that platform is by far the most popular—but is it truly the best CMS out there?