Know Thyself — The First Step to Creating Web Content That People Often Forget

By |January 20th, 2020|Categories: Content Creation|

Photographer: Judit Peter | Source: PexelsIf you've ever tried, and possibly failed to build a website, you know that creating web content can be very challenging. It isn't a process that's immediately familiar to a lot of people. Oftentimes people simply don't know where to start.If you're having difficulty, it's [...]

Why You Should Consider Paying a Pro to Build No-Code Mobile Apps for You.

By |January 13th, 2020|Categories: Business|

Twenty years and 100,000 laborers before the Great Pyramid of Giza was completed, some mid-level Egyptian bureaucrat likely said, "How hard could it be? It's just a big triangle!" Mobile apps are no different. If you're looking to save money, it's tempting to try and build a no-code mobile app [...]

GoDaddy vs. Namecheap vs. Google Domains. Which Domain Registrar is Best For You?

By |January 6th, 2020|Categories: Business|

Quick. Don’t think, just answer. What’s the first company name that pops into your head when you think about internet domain registration? If your first thought wasn’t, “what’s domain registration?” and you live in the U.S., the name that likely bubbled up was “GoDaddy”. This isn’t by accident. After its [...]

How to Present Your Company as Socially Conscious

By |December 20th, 2019|Categories: Business, Reputation Management|

Marketing data shows that more and more people want to spend their hard-earned cash at firms that adhere to sustainable practices and can be defined as "socially conscious." This means the businesses care about more than just their bottom line — they care about the overall impact that their business [...]

Do Seniors Use the Internet? Absolutely! If You Aren’t Reaching Them Online, You’re Missing a Huge Opportunity

By |November 26th, 2019|Categories: Web Hosting|

Today's senior citizens aren't your father's senior citizens. They're not puttering around their homes in housecoats, with belts set just below their chests, knitting to the radio hits of yesterday, spouting things like, "Well isn't that nice, deary" and "You kids get off my lawn!" Today's seniors are savvy and [...]

Good Graphic Design Can Save You Money. Bad Graphic Design Is Just Bad.

By |November 16th, 2019|Categories: Graphic Design|

There are certain things you never want to pay more for. Bottled water comes to mind. As long as the "spring" they're tapping isn't the New York sewer system, water is water. Dry cleaners can't get your clothes cleaner than clean, so you get nothing by spending more. You certainly [...]

Bad Online Reviews? Turn Negative Reviews into Great Experiences.

By |November 12th, 2019|Categories: Reputation Management|

Online reviews have become ubiquitous in our everyday lives. Mobile devices have made it incredibly easy to find reviews on just about anything. Whether you're looking for an eye doctor, a car, or a quick bite you can instantly see what others have to say about establishments near and far. [...]

Keep It or Scrap It? Here’s When You Should Update a Website and When You Should Build a New One

By |November 4th, 2019|Categories: Web Design|

Repair or replace? It's the age-old question. Should you keep your '92 Saturn limping along with duct tape and happy thoughts or should you buy a new car? Should you hop from job to job in an industry you hate or go back to school? It can be hard to [...]