2107, 2015

Statistics On Just How Important Responsive Design Is

By |July 21st, 2015|Small Business Tips, What's New in Web Design|0 Comments

Are you responsive online? Here are some shocking statistics that prove the importance of responsive design for your website and business practices.From my perspective “responsiveness” means a great deal online and the statics indicate that it means a great deal to your customers as well.Most people will quickly make the association for responsive design, but […]
1507, 2015

Understanding Mobile Shoppers: 3 Tips to Reach Your Mobile Audience

By |July 15th, 2015|Small Business Tips, What's New in Web Design|0 Comments

Consumers today have come to rely on mobile devices for much of their shopping experience. Mobile commerce is huge, and is still on the rise. Forrester reports that mobile commerce will reach an estimated $293 billion in sales by 2018. So, understanding mobile shoppers’ behavior is key if you want to reach them effectively. If […]

1307, 2015

Isn’t SEO Part of The Initial Web Design Package?

By |July 13th, 2015|Website Marketing & SEO|0 Comments

Don’t look for or expect an SEO quick fix with your initial web design. Web design and seo that will rank you are two completely different things.

Did you just launch a website? Did you expect your website to start knocking out your competitors in search results?If you did, you’re certainly not alone and while, yes, I […]

607, 2015

Big Ranking Drop After Moving Ecommerce Platforms

By |July 6th, 2015|eCommerce|0 Comments

Do You Fear A Big Ranking Drop From Moving Ecommerce Platforms?Moving your ecommerce site to a new platform is a huge decision. For well established sites generating good traffic and income the choice of platform and migration partner can be down right nerve racking. 99.9% of migration inquiries that I deal with start with the […]
3006, 2015

Pinterest Science: Outsmart the Feed

By |June 30th, 2015|Social Media Marketing|0 Comments

Pinterest has proven itself to be a powerful force for driving both traffic and sales for business owners. An article from Mashable.com states Pinterest drives more traffic than Twitter. Whether you’re a blogger, an e-commerce business owner or a small business owner with a brick-and-mortar store, you need to know the ins and outs of […]

2906, 2015

The Challenges of Growing A Local Small Business

By |June 29th, 2015|Small Business Tips|0 Comments

Owning your own business; it’s the American Dream, right? Needless to say that launching a start up and making one successful are two very different things.

As many have discovered, growing a local small business is a HUGE accomplishment. A large part of this is due to the fact that 8 out of 10 entrepreneurs […]