If you’re already asking yourself if it’s time for a new website, then odds are that the answer is yes. Unfortunately, most businesses still use completely outdated websites — no longer driving significant traffic or engagement. That’s why we put together some red flags that you should keep an eye on. If you answer yes to any of these questions, it’s past time for a new website.
If you’re new to the tech world, domain names can be confusing. Don’t mix them up with a website or hosting! We’re here to help you figure it out.
Choosing a new website company is no easy task — there’s a lot to consider. Here are questions you must ask any potential company you plan to work with!
With many businesses now operating remotely for the first time ever, you’ve probably discovered that there are upsides and downsides to telecommuting. One positive of remote work is location flexibility, but this comes with its own set of risks for both you and your customers.
Our Training Center has been an important client resource for years, but during the COVID-19 outbreak, it’s become even more popular. It gives us a way to connect with our clients in a way that’s helpful, not pushy. It empowers clients who want to learn more about improving their web presence to learn in a way that’s adaptable to their schedules and always accessible.
Get a grip on web developer lingo.
If you do only one thing in 2019 for your website, do this.
Using Internet Explorer may be affecting your web interactions more than you think.
The Google Chrome browser has revealed an upcoming change to their site safety indicators that could affect many websites.
While adding a plugin might seem like a magic button to upgrade your site, there might be more drawbacks than you realize.