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The DIY craze is everywhere — from car repairs to cookie bowls. Before you jump on board with a DIY website, consider these reasons why it may not be the ideal choice.
We know that every blog post should have an image for SEO reasons. But finding quality images to use can be a daunting task. And taking your own photos just isn’t always realistic. This article gives you 8 sources for free, high-quality photos you can use on your blog or website.
When you're making DIY website, or even if you're working with a designer/developer, it's easy to get overwhelmed by the number of options and how-to information available to you. To help save you from some potential mishaps now or down the road, I've compiled a list of five of the most egregious mistakes you can make on your website.
A lot of our clients end up managing multiple email addresses. One for home, one for work, one for their... View Article
What makes an idea "stick"? How do you make your idea attention grabbing and believable? How do you make people care about your idea or take action?
Does the text on your website look like you're writing a ransom note? Learn how to format your website text so it looks as good as it did on launch day.
Maybe you just started a business. Maybe you've been in business for years and you're looking for a way to build your client base. In either scenario, one of the first questions any business owner asks themselves is, "Do I need a website for my business?"
As a real estate agent, marketing is a major part of your job. And it’s not only marketing houses and... View Article
Websites are meant to work, not just sit there look pretty. Your website should be generating leads for you. If it's not, these four reasons might be to blame.
If you're running a company blog, that means you want to get found by potential customers. And one of the most cost-effective ways to do that is search engine optimization (SEO). The following SEO tips for company blogs can help your posts achieve better search engine rankings, and the best part is, you don't need to be a web developer to use these strategies. They can all be implemented as you're creating and entering your blog posts.