You probably updated your website at the beginning of the pandemic, but have you given it another look? Lots has changed in the past year, and it’s more important than ever to keep your customers informed. Start with your website — double check to make sure all of your information is accurate and make sure you’re providing the best possible user experience for everyone that visits your site.
For quite some time now, Microsoft has been phasing out the use of Internet Explorer as a web browser. If you’re still using Internet Explorer, we understand — it can be hard, and even costly, to make a major change, especially when it impacts your entire company. But, with Microsoft drawing a line in the sand, it’s clear that it will only get harder and harder to use Internet Explorer.
Because of COVID-19, many companies have transitioned to remote work — and it happened quickly and without much warning.
The key to making Google Analytics work for you is being able to translate the data points into answers to questions you really want to know about your customers. Graphs and charts aren’t helpful unless you can turn them into useful action steps.
Admittedly, I’m very weird in many ways. First off, my wife and I have five children. Weird. Also, I’m a pretty big (very big) Star Wars fan. Weirder. I genuinely think D&D and Pokemon are just as engaging and valuable to the human experience as football or baseball. Straight up nerdy.
Since more and more Americans are being quarantined, many of us have been plunged into the world of working remote when we weren’t expecting it. One reality for many of us when it comes to remote working is video conferencing — being in remote meetings over Google Hangouts, Zoom, Go to Meeting or Slack Video Conferencing.
Having a live chat feature on your website could give you more leads … or more headaches.
Stop what you’re doing and get to updating.
The Password Checkup extension can help keep your information secure.
Make 2019 your website’s most successful year.
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Whether Small Business Saturday, Black Friday or Cyber Monday is the sales holiday you want to tackle, it’s a good idea to get your website in good working order so you’ll be ready.
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If there’s one bit of spring cleaning everyone needs to do, it’s changing your passwords.
Make your site more accessible, to both users and search engines, through easily adding alt text to your images.
Did you promise yourself big changes in the new year? Now that February’s hit, maybe your inspiration has waned — if so, our Project Managers have the right advice to help you stay motivated.
Consider this free calendar download our gift to you.
Password security can be tricky. Creating and remembering secure passwords can be irritating, but the results of having a simple password — getting hacked and losing control of your information — are scary. The good news? A strong and secure password that will protect your website is just a few steps away.
Getting great customer service is possible. Here’s how to ensure your phone call or email results in the support you need.
Have you ever been trying to put a photo into your WordPress Media Library and gotten a message saying your picture is too big? Or have you snapped the perfect selfie for your social media profile, only to be told your file size is too large? Finally finding the right photo and not being able to use it is frustrating — especially if you don’t have an image resizing application like Photoshop.
“Copy and paste” can’t be your approach to content strategy. Here’s why.
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Worried about whether the malware attack on Microsoft’s operating systems could effect you? We’ll help you protect yourself.
Need to find your blogging mojo? Whether you’re looking for tips, networking or to gain exposure, consider adding one of these conferences to your calendar.
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If you’ve ever daydreamed about leaping tall buildings in a single bound or flying an invisible plane and resolving problems with a lasso of truth — well, so have we. Who hasn’t wanted to save the day or find a creative approach to common tasks?
At Infomedia, we create custom websites for our clients — and we usually build them in a CMS like WordPress or Craft so clients can update their own websites with up-to-date information, new blogs and even navigation and page changes. But sometimes these changes don’t show up until you clear your cache — here’s how to do it.
In December, Infomedia web designer Joy Sandlin visited the University of Alabama as a guest of the Department of Advertising and Public Relations’ portfolio review. The review is part of a program the University began in 2015 to assist future art directors and writers with developing professional portfolios before graduation.