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Consider that the cost of building a website for a small business isn’t just measured in dollars, it’s also measured in the time you spend away from your business, working on your site.
In this post, we’ll give you a brief guide to Google Analytics that can help your small business figure out how and why people come to your site, along with the benefits that knowledge brings.
Like most web agencies, one of the most frequently asked questions we get is how to boost website traffic. The primary answer we give to this question is that you don’t want to increase traffic from everyone online, but you want to get the right visitors coming to your website.
The main constant since the invention of the world wide web has been change. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a list of five 2018 website trends for small businesses.
A professional website will do more for you than just get your company on the internet - it will help your customers and grow your business.
The cost of the website can vary dramatically based on the size functionality.
If your online presence isn’t as impressive as one of your customers walking into your business and interacting with your best employee, it’s costing you sales.
Whether you have been in business for decades or a new startup, it's essential to have a site that is responsive.
It’s 2017 and if your companies website looks like it was designed by an IBM engineer in the late 90’s its pretty obvious that the time has come for a new website. Most companies don’t know how much their sub-par website is costing them because its revenue they have never realized.
There are some pretty easy-to-use tools in the market today to build your own website. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of DIY or hiring a professional to create your business website.