As businesses look toward the new year, many of them will be considering a website update. Here are some of the trends you can expect to see in 2020.
Your website is a big part of your business marketing strategy, but if your visitors don’t stay on your site very long, it may not be as effective as you need it to be. After all, your website is (in theory) designed to provide information and lead visitors toward certain outcomes. If they enter your site but leave without further interaction, you
Your website should change and adapt with your business. Do you know if your website is winning customers… or driving them away?
Can your customers find your business via Google? If so, that’s great. You’ve probably got some good SEO practices on board. But keep in mind that SEO is an ongoing process to keep your business at the top of Google search.
If you are going to go to all the time and expense to have a great website built, don’t overlook one of the most important parts of the whole process: content. No matter how well-designed and technologically solid your company website is, the content that searchers find on your site can be the difference between a successful site and one that’s mediocre at best.
Before you hire an SEO, you want to be sure of what you are getting into. There are a lot of digital marketers who make amazing promises in their sales presentations but then fail to deliver or deliver by unethical means. You want to hire an SEO guide who will help prove that your increased website traffic came from reputable, useful leads and not tricky clickbait.
In the age of the internet, your website is critical to – if not the foundation of – your marketing plan. A marketing plan is a written plan outlining how your company is going to promote itself and what goals those activities are going to achieve. It can include S.M.A.R.T. (Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant and Timely) goals but it should also include some notes about strategy, voice, and budget.
No matter how often you change your email signature in Outlook for Office 365, here is the step by step process. Update your signature on your individual account or as an admin to update disclaimers, company-wide signatures, and more. You can also use a separate signature on your phone with Office 365.
Is your website displaying a Google Maps error? Follow our step-by-step instructions to fix your contact page in a matter of minutes.
Google recently released even more tools for the small business owner to increase their presence online. There is a lot more to that sidebar than address and phone number. These seminars are a chance for you to learn more about SEO for free in Evansville.
These five ways that a blog helped us bring in more business are not technology-specific. They would scale across a lot of small business and even medium-sized companies.
Great websites are more than a cool-looking design. Before you hire the web designer to make it look good, make sure you take some time to consider your website in the grand scheme of your business strategy. Some thoughtful planning can make sure your website lives up to all of your expectations.
If your non-profit’s big red donate button takes a visitor to a trustworthy and easy online payment area, they will be more likely to give and you’ll get more donations faster. Here is how to find the right online payment system for non-profits and small businesses.
A project can be done when the scope and contract are fulfilled, but that doesn’t mean your website is “done.” You should always have a detailed scope of your website. Once you’ve completed the scope, there is a sanity check for your site before you can call it done. We have an extensive list of 152 items that we do on every website we build. In the end, however, it comes down to these 6 things.
Whether it is a power outage, loss of internet or phone lines, or something more drastic, if your business shuts down unexpectedly, it is going to cost you money. The goal of DR/BC planning is to know how much it will cost to stay in business and not lose customers. Here are the resources to include when adding up your business continuity cost.