The end of the year is a good time to reflect on your goals, successes and where you didn’t quite hit the mark. Consider how you feel about your business growth, revenues, profits and ROI over the past year. Is your brand right out in front of your market who are choosing you over competitors?
Avoid these four responsive web design mistakes and boost your leads, clients and ROI when Google rewards you with higher rankings and traffic!
Gone are the days when the value of a quality professional website was uncertain. Yet many businesses are still holding on to an old static website that is seldom if ever updated, lacks interactive elements, and does not offer a mobile friendly user experience.
Choose the wrong web design and development and sabotage your results online… Whether you’re in need of a new website or a re-design and development for an existing site, settling on a cheap and quick instant website builder solution can lock you…
There is no doubt that an overwhelming majority of people are using a mobile device exclusively – their smartphone predominantly and also tablets to a lesser degree, to access the internet. This trend for using mobile devices is getting stronger every day.
Perhaps you’re not aware of the trend for more users to exclusively access the internet through a mobile device – upwards of 70% of all internet users are finding attorneys on a smartphone or tablet and most of those are phone users.
Responsive web design is the best solution for reaching a mobile market. Before I explain what it is, it is important to talk about a trend in which an overwhelming majority of people are exclusively using a mobile device…
Recently I spoke at a Tele-Summit on the subject of responsive web design and during my interview with Gloria Rand, a Internet Marketing Expert & SEO Copywriter, I shared some important web design tips that are critical for engaging and converting leads and customers.
Whether you have a website or are about to create one, this true story about my experience with WordPress development may help you to understand your options and ultimately to help you to make better choices…
Recently in a website development group in Linkedin, someone posted a question about WordPress design and what would be the best strategy and theme for converting his existing site.