These days it’s not uncommon for small business owners to just whip out their phone (at a wedding or an event) and snap a few quick photos or video clips to post on Instagram, Facebook or YouTube – to promote Read More. . .
On more than one occasion I’ve worked with a client whose struggling with whether or not their business even needs a website. They figure, well I’ve been in business this long without one so why bother? Others don’t mind having Read More. . .
In case you haven’t noticed, video is popping up all over the internet. Gone are the days when you would see a blurry, buffering, slow-loading video. Now everyone can promote their products and services using video, with just a click Read More. . .
Have you recently launched a website, but you just can’t seem to get any real traction online? Are you aggravated by how much time it takes to figure out how to make the simplest of updates to your site? If Read More. . .
As a small business owner myself, I can say with a fair amount of confidence that our biggest fear is getting talked into buying something and then later finding out that we bought the wrong thing. We’re terrified of the Read More. . .
When a small business owner is ready to design or update their website, they often struggle with how much time it is going to take to launch or relaunch. That can depend on a few things. Typically the biggest deciding Read More. . .
We’ve all seen it before, broken links and “photos” missing from a website. But these are just small glitches that are bound to happen from time to time in the day-to-day maintenance of a website. But what if you’ve managed Read More. . .
One of the biggest challenges an owner will face with the launch or relaunch of their website will be whether they should do certain things themselves or should they hire outside help. Many have no problem paying for a web Read More. . .
We’ve all been hearing lately in the news, about the numerous cyber-hacking scandals and thefts that have been taking place in the retail sector, the most well-known being the Target accounts that were hacked just before Black Friday a few Read More. . .
Twitter, Facebook, Google +, Tumblr, YouTube and Pinterest. We’re constantly being asked everyday to tweet, like, share, pin or reblog something for someone. We see a kid on the news – not much older than your neighbor’s son, sell his Read More. . .