No doubt you’ve heard that “Content is king.” But what exactly does that mean? In 2018, successful content marketing is about offering value to your audience, through solution-oriented products and services.
The foundation of any good content marketing campaign is maintaining a practice of publishing frequently and consistently. This applies whether your platform is social media, blogging, YouTube or all of the above.
Anyone who has built a website in recent years has surely heard the term responsive design. The idea that modern websites need to display properly on a broad range of devices and screen sizes is widespread and a very important aspect of website design.
Imagine that you own a restaurant on Main Street, and a potential customer is walking down Main Street looking for a place to eat. He pulls out his phone and does a quick search for nearby restaurants.
There’s no question that your business needs an online presence that’s tailored to mobile devices. There is a question, however, of whether you should deliver that presence to users through a mobile-friendly website
Search engines — Google, Yahoo, Bing among others — are designed to help users find the best answer for their needs. The results listings SERP (Search Engine Results Page) are ordered by the search engine’s interpretation of relevance
Do-it-yourself (DIY) business website templates and solutions may seem like a great idea, but the risks of cookie cutter design and below average site performance can far outweigh the short term savings you reap.
Ever wonder why a particular song is so appealing? We can recall our favorites quite easily—wherever we are, whatever we’re doing. The lyrics and melody are always there, right beneath the surface, coming forward when we’re in a particular mood.
Surprising as it may sound, there are still a large number of companies that do not have websites. Whether you already have a site or are looking to move your site to something that is easier to manage, you have probably heard about WordPress
WordPress started as an open source project back in 2003. Since that time, what began as a simple blogging tool has become a full-blown self-hosted content management system used by millions worldwide. Why has WordPress become so popular?