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Websites 101

  • 5 Key Things Customers Want to See on Your Business Website

    By Mellissa Thomas on December 15, 2012
    Customer engagement is Internet gold — it’s what any serious business wants for its website, and what you want for yours. While web design can be a bit technical at times, there are 5 simple, concrete pieces of content customers expect you to have on your business website, and if they’re not there, they’ll move on. Make sure you include […]
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  • 3 Simple But Powerful Details that Make or Break Your Website's Success

    By Mellissa Thomas on November 30, 2012
    It’s enough of a challenge to bring eyes to your website, but getting them there isn’t the hard part. It’s keeping them there that matters. Ever heard the term “bounce” or “bounce rate” and wondered what it means? Well, bounce is what happens when a reader visits your website, then leaves right away. Little interaction, no sale, no email subscription. […]
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  • How Your Website Can Benefit from Small Business Saturday

    By Mellissa Thomas on November 23, 2012
    As the ever-corporate Black Friday winds down and Amazon’s Cyber Monday looms on the horizon, Small Business Saturday (tomorrow) is your golden opportunity to be available to your customer base. The day, established in 2010 to help small business benefit from the Christmas shopping bum rush, is all about the consumer — and your business. According to Mashable, over 60% […]
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  • Website Essentials Part 3: The Website Itself

    By Mellissa Thomas on November 16, 2012
    This week we’re covering the third and final essential element of website design: the site itself and what you use to make it look good. If you missed Part 1 or Part 2 in our Website Essentials series, be sure to catch up. If you’re ready for today’s post, read on to find out what you need to know about […]
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  • Website Essentials Part 2: Web Hosting

    By Mellissa Thomas on November 9, 2012
    This week we’re covering the second essential element of website design: web hosting. If you missed Part 1 in our Website Essentials series, you can read it here. If you’re ready for today’s post, read on to find out what you need to know about Website Essential #2 and why it’s so important.
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  • Website Essentials Part 1: The Domain Name

    By Mellissa Thomas on November 2, 2012
    Websites are so ubiquitous now, they’ve become as necessary for your business as air for your body — your business won’t survive very long without one. So now your business is set to go, but you need a website and have no clue where to start, right? No worries. Read on to learn the first in this series of three […]
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  • Why Your Business Blog MUST Have an Email List – and How to Start

    By Mellissa Thomas on October 26, 2012
    The most important element of your business blog is its readers – unless you’re satisfied with having no audience for your content, of course. Many people tout social media marketing as one of the key ways to grow that audience, which sounds good in theory. However, while social media marketing is indeed the quickest way to get readers to your […]
  • How Blogging Helps Your Business

    By Ready on October 25, 2012
    Creating a company blog enables you to make a name for yourself in your field.  Blogs allow you to have simultaneous conversations with customers and prospects, which is more than you could ever do in person.  A comprehensive blog is an ideal pulpit for persuading your industry and customers toward future destinations.
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  • Do You Have Your own Database?

    By Ready on October 25, 2012
    Even if you hate the Web, you probably still like email to keep customers up to date with events and promotions.  Having a website allows you to do all of that better because it makes it easier, faster and provides even more incentive for someone to sign up. Create a site that users can trust and then use it to […]
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  • Keep up with competitors

    By Ready on October 25, 2012
    Research shows that 58% of small business owners either owned or planned on getting a website for their business (E-Marketer, U.S. Census Bureau, Jupiter Research).  Consumers want to know that you’re innovative and up to date with trends.  If you’re not advertising where your competition is, you’ll be left behind.
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