Scrolling, Friend or Fiend?

Scrolling, Friend or Fiend?

Mouses have a scroll roller/button. Why? Because sometimes the screen is too small and it is necessary to have more room for content. To access the off screen content the user is given the option to scroll the page up or down to view content larger than the screen....

How we increased one client’s contact forms by 174%

How we increased one client’s contact forms by 174%

Sales are the lifeblood of any company and it starts with contact forms on the web. One of our marketing clients was getting an average of around 52.8 contact forms filled out every month. We are always pushing ourselves to get a little better, modify strategies and...

Why Your Website Needs A Blog

Why Your Website Needs A Blog

Humanizes your brand Showing the personal side of your business can be a great way to show people you’re a caring company that are driven to help and create amazing things for your customers. With consistent blog posts, you can reach out to customers and express these...

Difference Between a Mobile and Responsive Website

Difference Between a Mobile and Responsive Website

Device Compatibility There are certain sites that are specifically designed for mobile devices and won’t structure on desktops or any other device. Mobile sites have a specific design that won’t work anywhere else, which is the key difference between them and...

Why Your Website Copy Is Important

Why Your Website Copy Is Important

Makes Your Site Look Professional If your site’s copy is riddled with spelling errors, it will likely tell your visitors that you don’t really pay attention to what your writing. Making sure that your text is clear and all grammar is correct is very importance, as it...

What Makes a Good Homepage

What Makes a Good Homepage

State Who You Are Since the homepage we’ll be the first thing your users will see when they visit, they should know exactly who they’re looking up. Make sure your homepage states who you are and what your about. It should be a clear right from the moment your site...

A Few Reasons to Have Google Analytics

A Few Reasons to Have Google Analytics

1. Know where your visitors are going Google Analytics tracking is key to have for the purpose of looking at where your customers are headed on your site. Through GA, you can see how many visitors are coming to each page and where they tend to go when coming to your...

What Are HTML and CSS

What Are HTML and CSS

When building or editing a website, you may have to make changes by doing some code work. The two kinds of code you will most likely be writing are either HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) or CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) which, if you have zero development experience,...

How To Use WordPress When You’re Not Tech Savvy

How To Use WordPress When You’re Not Tech Savvy

If your not that familiar with Wordpress or any other form of website builder, it can look like a tough thing to manage by yourself. Luckily, with the right help, managing your own Wordpress site and finding out how to edit what you want to edit can be very simple. In...

Top 5 WordPress Plugins

Top 5 WordPress Plugins

1. WP All In-One Migration It’s always key to make sure you have a backup of your site in case your site has been hacked or any possible other errors that may cause your site to crash. This Wordpress plugin allows you to export your website as a file on your computer,...

The Latest Web Design Trends to Look At

The Latest Web Design Trends to Look At

Interesting Fonts While most stites will want to stick to the usual basic fonts like Arial, Helvetica, and Times New Roman, more sites now are using more experimental fonts to make their website pop. Using new fonts in the headers and on certain subject lines can help...