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.
With our enhanced WordPress CMS, you are able to update your site as much as you want. Articles, reviews, details of your staff, and more are easy to edit using fill-in-the-blank forms. You can add events to your own events calendar, create forms for feedback or registrations, and publish as many posts or pages as you want.
The best web designer or web host can handle the heavy lifting so you can focus on your business. No matter what your website contains, there are three essential parts that have to work in harmony to make your site go live.
Spending a lot of time on your company website might seem unavoidable, particularly if you are not a web designer. Free website builders often require you to learn web design or navigate the complexities of a web server. Lieberman Technologies created the RightOnTarget website with small business owners in mind. The RightOnTarget process is designed to go from phone call to launch in just 3 weeks.
Using a free or cheap website builder can make a website that is difficult to navigate, complicated to change, and doesn’t represent your business well. For the business owner who wants to take control of their online presence, we have developed the RightOnTarget website — an easy-to-use, easy-to-launch, web design solution created specifically for the small business owner.
If you’re a small business owner, you know that marketing your business is important if you want to be profitable. Because small businesses are budget-conscious, many do their own marketing as cheap as possible. When you are making your marketing dollars work hard for your business, one area that needs attention is your small business website.
Don’t spend money on developing an app and then discover it isn’t what your business needs. Answering the questions above will help guide you in making a decision.
We love to make cool apps and we love to make cool websites. Each of our customers has different needs, however. While we make all of our websites responsive so that they look great on phones, some companies have extra needs that they just can’t get from a website.
More often than not, website development begins with a web designer. Most people begin with a vision and some absolutes for their website. The resulting development focuses more on the look and performance of the site. Content becomes a secondary concern in many cases. However, I propose that website content is every bit as important as the visual design, and in fact, you should begin the design process there.
When your website is down, it’s always a surprise. What’s worse, downtime can be expensive in terms of lost productivity, lost revenue, cost to recover, and cost of reputation. Some companies measure the time lost per second when a site goes down because they have so much traffic. However, there are a few things you can do to get past the panic and into solutions to get your site back online.
Between the huge user-base of Facebook and the brevity of Twitter, many people see LinkedIn as social media only for job seekers. If you are looking for customers, not a job, LinkedIn is a great tool for SEO and advertising your company. In about 15 minutes a week, you will be able to use LinkedIn to build your brand, help your people show their authority in their field, and drive traffic to your web site.
If you have visited a mobile website on your smartphone, you already know a mobile-friendly website when you see one. In fact, mobile-friendly websites are better for businesses. Mobile website designs are easier to use, read, and share than non-mobile website templates. When the pictures load funky or if the text is too small to read, a website is not mobile-friendly and it hurts business.
Understand that “building value” is not the same as “giving away the store.” No successful business would give away all of their secrets for free. But maybe you pull back the curtain, just a little bit. Give your customers some useful, useable information.
You may not have paid much attention to it before, but the symbol just to the left of the website address gives you an indication of just how secure a particular site is. In previous versions of Chrome, this symbol might have been a green lock, a yellow warning triangle, or a lock with a red X on it. In January 2017, Google began to place more accurate icons in the address bar. Secure sites are marked with a green lock and the word “Secure.” Unsecured sites will still employ the neutral icon, but with the words, “Not Secure” next to it.
In order to serve its 11-county area, Albion Fellows Bacon Center needed a new website. The old website had out-of-date and hard-to-update information and was very difficult to read on a smartphone.
You heard the message loud and clear from web experts: a business blog was the thing to have. It’s time to revive that long-forgotten blog with these tips.