If an entire article is devoted to all of what’s “perceived” to be wrong with the software, and nothing right about it, we suggest you retain a healthy dose of skepticism.
The reason that Chrome (and probably pretty soon the other browsers too) will be warning visitors to sites with http, is because http is less secure than https.
Contact forms are an important lead generating tool on your website and how your contact form is designed matters. Here’s 5 tips to help you improve your contact form conversion rate.
Google, Bing and other search engines bring potential customers to your website, but easy-to-use navigation helps keeps visitors there. If it takes a visitor more than a few seconds to find what they’re looking for – they’ll leave. Here’s 3 tips to help improve the surfing experience on your site:
The whole point of sending marketing emails to customers or potentials is to get ‘em to act – to use your service, buy your product, call you for a consultation, etc. So how do you get them to act? Here’s 3 tips that should help.
Google Chrome is going to stop supporting Flash this September in favor of HTML5. What does that mean to you? Well, if your website uses vector graphics or videos, it means a lot.
No one, not even your Business-2-Business website visitors, likes to read boring drivel peppered with buzz words. When you write copy for your site that’s more robotic than not, you won’t make much of an impact.
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It may be tempting to reduce font sizes or use small font styles to increase the available real estate in your webpage design, but doing so could lose your reader’s interest entirely.
Facebook recently updated the way that the news feed ranks content. When the playing field changes, so should your game…
This Clifton, New Jersey elevator contractor needed their website redesigned to project their professionalism, clearly convey the services they offer, and convey the scope of their service area.
This Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey pet groomer needed a webpage developed to highlight their unique animal offerings… READ MORE
It may seem as though well-known brands with marketing departments bigger than your entire business have the advantage in reaching the public, but in the mobile world, small to midsize businesses have at least one distinct advantage. They list first in mobile search engine results.
This personal trainer in Hoboken, New Jersey hired us to develop a web page that set a serious tone for serious customers, projecting the personal sacrifice and focus required of a serious athlete.
More and more people are using smart phones for searches, and as such already have a phone in hand. The curious, or convenience motivated, will take advantage of the click-to-call functionality.
Have you received a call from a person claiming to represent Google or Google +? Be wary. Fraudsters commonly use this tactic to scam small businesses.
This New York Farm needed us to design them a website that reflected the family owned business in a professional and polished format, while maintaining their down-home roots.
This New Jersey based non-profit needed a website designed to explain the cause AND make an appeal for financial assistance. They also wished to have a place to publicize fundraising events, and attract donors and volunteers.
This Midwestern magazine for pool players needed a professional website that could accomplish two key objectives: grow their readership by offering free digital versions of their magazine AND offer online promotional space to their advertisers.
This Hoboken, New Jersey based blogger needed a newer looking design to better express a sense of modernity to her readers.
This Annapolis, MD landscaper needed a professional website design to promote their many services in a well-organized manner. The homepage breaks out all their services into four featured categories and … Learn More Maryland Landscaper Website Design
This public relations firm company needed an attention grabbing website to attract potential customers. So on their homepage we inserted a prominent static image that clearly promotes their message.
This Ashburn, Virginia institute specializes in training early school age teachers. They needed a new search-engine-optimized website design that would stand out and showcase their proficiency.
This Mississippi non-profit animal rescue needed their website redesigned with a fresh, sleek, and search-engine-optimized features. Their new homepage features a large static photo with a bold caption message to help…
This Bergen County, NJ psychologist needed a new, attractive and search-engine-optimized website design to be able to showcase their offerings AND competitive edge AND to get found more easily.
This Bergenfield, NJ laundromat needed a sleek search-engine-optimized website design that would clearly communicate their services, and promote their competitive advantage.
The term parallax website design refers to a new trend of single-page websites that offer visitors a more engaging functionality and graphics experience than a standard multi-page website.
The original website design for this New Jersey entertainment and event services company lacked organization, visual structure, and it was unclear what kind of services they offered. Websites have to look organized and professional; the first impression is everything!
The original website design for this pool cue lathe manufacturer offered only one page of information which lacked critical information. The new website provides a sleek design, easy navigation, and informational videos and images to showcase the product’s benefits.
This Northern Virginia Contractor specializes in electrical installation and repairs services. They needed a sleek website design to showcase their superb skills.
This Madison, New Jersey Restaurant asked us to design an elegant inviting website to showcase their culinary creativity and great catering and party packages. A sleek slide show displays images of their finest, mouth watering Italian cuisine and pictures of the restaurant.
This school in Ashburn, Virginia’s original website design was missing lacking in organization and could benefit from a more modern look too. We first edited the menu bar to make it much easier for visitors to browse the site and find information most relevant to their child’s age group.
This Northern New Jersey renovation, restoration, and clean-up company needed a professional webpage. To achieve that end, we built a prominent slideshow of the most popular services offered right on the homepage.
This diner in Oakland, New Jersey produced a variety of fine cuisine but was having trouble getting found by new customers. A great business deserves great recognition.
This Connecticut Psychologist needed a simple but professional website design. And that is what we built them. The new site offers a simple introduction about the doctor and below that we included prominent teasers for each of her specialties so patients can easily access any service pertaining to them.
This Alexandria, Virginia energy consulting company needed a website to digitally market their services. We created a professional website that effectively conveyed their offerings.
This Manalapan, NJ home improvement company needed a website re-design with better organization. The new design we created offered a sleek layout that with an easy to use navigation bar.
These Virginia air quality contractors needed a professional website design to advertise their air purifying capabilities. An easy to use navigation bar makes browsing the website simple.
This Long Island, New York golf course needed a new website design to reflect the beauty of the landscape, and communicate the great perks of membership. In the new site we constructed, the menu at the top of the page allows easy navigation to all of the important information for prospective and existing members.
When writing for your website, you have to create valuable content that will get your point across while increasing awareness about your brand. And when building an effective content marketing strategy there are four common content marketing mistakes that should be avoided.
The original webpage design for this Scarsdale, NY psychologist was difficult for visitors to navigation. Most websites have only one menu for their home page, services and contact information.
Until recently, this Chantilly, Virginia plumber didn’t have a website for customers to use and refer to. A user-friendly site should be a primary lead generating tool in any business’ arsenal. When we were contacted to design this plumbers website, they wanted us to make a modern, yet simple, website for anyone to use who’s in need of professional plumbing assistance.
This Jersey City, New Jersey dentist entrusted us to design his first website. We made the page bright and blue because we wanted to look friendly and comforting for patients.
The original website design for this business consultant struggled to clearly define what the specific consulting services were that she offers and her branding was limited because she lacked a formal logo.
The original website design for this Essex County, New Jersey lawyer was not well organized. The navigation bar didn’t have a services tab.