Not getting enough leads? I know it's really hard to generate new business leads and it's even more frustrating when you are spending lots of money and time to drive traffic to your small business website. If this is the case with you then I am pretty confident that following tips will help you to [...]

How Much Should Website Design Cost?

by Wasim Ismail May 24th, 2012

Overall a website can cost anything from a couple of hundred dollars up to thousands and even million dollars. So why is there such a big difference? Building a website is similar to building a house or customizing a car. The more features, the more time it will take designers and developers to put the [...]

Forget for a moment how to select a web designer. Instead make 100% absolutely sure that this doesn't happen to you.

Tips on Finding the Right Web Developer

by Eileen Lonergan March 30th, 2012

There isn't a perfect answer, but you should be armed with questions.

When it comes to SEO, the devil is in the details and it is these details that matter that can make or break SEO efforts.

Last in a four part series.

Lazy Loading is the practice of loading or initializing an object only on demand. And with these plugins, your site can use the same advanced technique.

When it comes to SEO, the devil is in the details and it is these details that matter that can make or break SEO efforts.

The Website Redesign Process, Part 2: Analysis

by Taylor Pratt February 13th, 2012

In part one of the website redesign process, we focused on the groundwork of your redesign: goals. The key takeaway of part one is that everyone who is involved with the redesign need to be in sync with goals and expectations prior to any other work being done on the redesign. Now that we have [...]

You can capture as much information you want. Once you get to know where your website users are hitting 404 or broken links you can easily fix those errors and provide a good user experience.

In the last post on the same topic, we discussed 5 essentials. These were URL Structure, Alt and Title Tags, Sitemap, Header Tags, Navigation and Footer Links. Here are a five more ‘essentials’ that can help you ensure a more SEO friendly website.