Understanding and Optimizing Your Website Speed

Understanding and Optimizing Your Website Speed

What is Page Speed? Page speed is the amount of time it takes for the content on a website’s page to fully load. In a world where people have come to expect instantaneous results, faster is better. In fact, nearly half of web users expect a site to load in 2 seconds...

5 Reasons To Utilize Google My Business

5 Reasons To Utilize Google My Business

If you want your business more discoverable both in real life and online, then you need Google My Business. It is one of the easiest and cost-effective ways to make your business stand apart. Because for many businesses, it is important to get more customers. Google...

How To Set Up An Online Store

How To Set Up An Online Store

Learn how to set up an online store for your business! Selling your products and services online rather than in-store means that you need a website with the capability to handle an online store. But while setting up an online store might seem complicated and...

5 Easy Tips to Climb Search Rankings

5 Easy Tips to Climb Search Rankings

We’ve compiled five easy tips that businesses can use to climb search rankings with speed. We aren’t saying that you’ll appear at the top of the search results in a couple days, but we do guarantee that using these tips will help a business climb search rankings on...

Crafting the Perfect Social Post

Crafting the Perfect Social Post

What makes for good social posting, anyway? Crafting the perfect social post, we need to take a look at why people follow businesses in the first place. Interest in services and promotions: People love sales! Don’t get TOO excited though. Over posting this information...

Business Website Essentials

Business Website Essentials

When consulting with a business owner regarding their business website essentials, we have found that telling a small business owner to “assume the perspective of your customer” is one of those classic easier said than done problems. It’s not for lack of trying, but...

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