As the number of websites online increase every day, you want to make sure your website continues standing out and receiving the attention it deserves. Here are 12 ways to make your website more competitive.
Designing and developing a website works best when the developer steers clear of the one-size-fits-all approach. After all, every website is different. That said, there are generally 6 phases that make up every web development process (including ours).
Business can often be described as a battle between two or more companies vying to serve the same public. If you are hoping to come out on top (in the minds of your target audience) then you cannot leave anything to chance. Every bit of knowledge counts, and that includes knowledge about your competitor’s brands as well.
We have stressed several times on how Google My Business is an essential and Free resource which local businesses absolutely have to take advantage of for the benefit of their business. However, that may be about to change—the free pricing anyway.
Website slipping down the rankings? Don’t panic; here are 4 things you can do to turn things around and save the day and get back on top.
More than ever before, consumers consider the brands and businesses they patronize as an extension of themselves and their values. This means that as a business, while you may be unable to impress people with your business strategy, you can pull them in if you succeed in aligning your values with the values of your target audience.
Effective time management is important for everyone but it’s even more crucial for business owners. Even the most successful business owners know from experience that there just aren’t enough hours in the day to waste them. They also know that time is money.
How much meaningful exposure your business gets depends a lot on how well you can connect with your target audience. Here are 9 tips you can use to help you better connect with your audience.
If you have gone through the trouble and expense of developing a website, you want to make sure…
Building a brand that matters, or one which customers swear by, goes beyond merely offering a great service or selling stuff. But what exactly makes a brand?