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Clients are often frustrated when they discover that they must continue to spend money to keep their new website up to date or make additional changes after making a large investment in a website redesign.
Is your website losing leads without you knowing it? Follow these tips and plug those holes to ramp up your website lead generation efforts.
Site speed (performance) should be treated as reverently as the content, design, functionality, and SEO considerations of the website. Everybody wants their site to load fast, but often lose sight of this during the site's development when big images or video, features, and functionality seem to drive most decisions at the expense of page speed. When this happens, the end result is a slow-loading site that turns users away before they even see those features.
The web is a fluid medium. What I mean by that is, your website changes to fit the size and shape of whatever device it is being displayed on. As technology advances and our screens get smaller (and larger) and our toasters get smarter, it’s no longer safe to assume your visitors are seeing your website exactly as you are.
Sometimes we have to say no when a client proposes an idea for an addition or change to a website. Here are some things we generally say no to, and why.
Google's search algorithm is constantly changing. Stay up to speed with one of Google's most important ranking factors: site speed.
How to avoid being trapped by your web design agency.