In this first episode of our new Video Blog, I talk through a couple prospective customer calls that I received after businesses found me through the internet. The first call I got was from a personal injury attorney who wanted more traffic to his site and was going to get the traffic from... http://www.webseoanddesign.com/video-blog-1/
Today, I spent a couple hours at Castello Salon & Spa helping them get their new emails set up, updating some last changes on their website, and pushing the new site live! I want to give a big thanks to Michelle, Leandro, and Antonella for being such great clients and making the redesign an ... http://www.webseoanddesign.com/castello-salon-goes-live/
How To Handle Social Media In Minutes each week Things You Will Need: Social media Accounts (usernames/passwords) A desire for more customers & more time The BackStory I subscribe to dozens of blogs and I hear from some of the folks that choose to follow me on Twitter and Facebook... http://www.webseoanddesign.com/social-media-automation/
Making Site Google Mobile Friendly This morning I started our week-long journey of checking all our client’s websites for the Google Mobile Armagaeden to make sure that the promotion of mobile friendly sites becomes a huge positive thing for our clients. I don’t want to lose the traffic we’ve bee... http://www.webseoanddesign.com/make-site-google-mobile-friendly/
Why Website Maintenance is Key to a Successful Website Websites require maintenance to keeping them working properly. Avoiding website maintenance is like not having regular oil changes on your vehicle. You wouldn’t be able to drive your car very long and eventually it would sputter and die. W... http://www.webseoanddesign.com/why-website-maintenance-plan/
This is a cheesy poem I wrote (with the help of my wife) as an introduction for the Wednesday referral group that I am a part of. We each get 60 seconds to intro ourselves and our company each week. If you are interested in working together, see more of what we do at... http://www.webseoanddesign.com/web-design-poem/
Over the last few days I’ve been working on a redesign of a site called GrowHero.com, an online directory for hydroponic shops and supplies. While moving sites from 1 domain to another is a right way and wrong way to do it. The wrong way is easy. Simply push the new site live. You’ll... http://www.webseoanddesign.com/tips-for-moving-a-website/
What Makes a Great User Experience? Tough question, because it depends. It depends on the audience, it depends on the competition. It depends on what you want people to do. There are several elements that are consistent, though. A site with a great user experience: 1. Grabs the user’s attention w... http://www.webseoanddesign.com/what-makes-a-great-user-experience/
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