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21 Reasons Why Small Businesses Need a Website

So you think you can cut costs and time by not having a website for your small business? You’re crazy not to invest some minimal cash into having an official online presence. Yes, it’s 2013 and some small businesses still don’t have websites! Why? Why don’t they have a website? Are they too busy to […]

10 Helpful Resources for Web Developers

Yes, there are books, and tutorials, and classes and downloads. BUT, who has the time for all that? Here are ten quick resources for web developers for those things you just don’t memorize or keep printed out. There are so many sites to sift through but these seem to stand out. Bookmark these sites and […]

11 Tips To Getting a New Website Up NOW

One of the biggest road blocks to getting a new website, or an existing website redesign up and running is just taking that first step.  Below is a list of eleven idea generators and quick tips to get you started on that new awesome website that you SHOULD have had by now or revamping that […]

Go Mobile, or Go Home

It’s kinda like that phrase, “go big, or go home,” but actually it should be more like “go flexible, or go home.” You’ve got a website. You have great content. You have conversions. But…when I pull up your site on my iPhone, I have to pinch-and-zoom. I have to scroll, zoom, and hunt for your […]

WordPress Child Theme Development is Like Making A Sandwich

WordPress Child Theme Development is Like Making A Sandwich As I learn more about the powerful tool that is WordPress, I find that even web developers can say “mazel tov” when tweaking their site code. We’ve all heard of parent and child relationships for menu items (ie, drop down menus have submenu items called “children.”) […]

Happy Overhaulidays…

It’s that time of year again, the holidays, rushing around, days or weeks off (lucky you), and a slow-down of incoming business (zzz…). Now is the perfect time to overhaul your website. Stare at your screen, look at what you see everyday. Try to imagine what your audience sees. Hit the drawing board and rework […]