If you are online in any capacity, chances are you’ve at least heard of WordPress. It’s a development language that is used to create websites and blogs. It’s open source, and it’s generally affordable. But just like everything, it has its pros and cons.
WordPress is not hard to find. Just about any developer can work with it...even if it’s not their primary development language. You can even build a WordPress site on your own, and many do. But while building your own website may seem appealing, the resulting website may not be able to say the same. Creating a website can be overwhelming, so whether...
In general, a website is an investment. No matter what your budget is, you want to make sure you get as much from your website as possible. Obviously, you need a presence on the web because, well, you just do. So if you have to be online, don’t you want to do as much with that as possible?
The Yellow Pages
Having a website gives you presence in the biggest phone book there is...the web. If people are looking for you...whether by what you do, what you offer, or actually by name...make sure they can find you. And make sure they can do it from their desktop, their laptop, their tablet, or their phone. In other words, make sure your site is
If your website has been around for any length of time, you’ve probably gone through a redesign or at least a round of significant updates. Hopefully, each time has been a great success and you’ve never looked back. But for the rest of us there’s likely been at least one time when we thought...OMG, what have we done?
It might have been obvious right from the start. The moment the new site was launched it became crystal clear that not every change was for the better. Or, it might have taken a while for the reality to set in….maybe customer feedback wasn’t as positive as you’d hoped, or maybe the proof was in the analytics and your site’s...