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7 Steps to Prepare for Your First Professional Website Redesign

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Nov 13, 2019

That free Wix template won't last your business forever. At some point, as your business grows, your online presence will need to lift as well and you may consider getting a professional Wordpress website.

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Topics: Website Design

Which Website Design Trends Are Right for Your Brand?

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Nov 6, 2019

Not every new web design trend will fit in with your marketing strategy. Smart marketers will consider the consequences of each decision and determine whether it's worth the risk.

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Topics: Website Design

What Causes Leads to Leave Your Website During Conversion?

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Oct 22, 2019

Conversion interruption is something we have all experienced first-hand. Coasting through an online shopping experience or investigating a service when something about a site convinces us not to continue. Maybe it's an aggressive lead-qualifier, maybe it's a paywall. Maybe it's a 404 page in place of something we really wanted to see. Whatever the cause, there are certain things that trigger the "Nope Factor" in all of us.

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Topics: Inbound Marketing, Website Design

Pros and Cons Of Using A Live Customer Chat On Your Website

Posted by Kevin Fouche on Jul 18, 2019

When businesses decide to offer live customer chat on their websites they hope that customers will respond in a positive way. Let’s take a look at some of the main pros and cons of live customer chat, so that you can determine if it is right for your business’ website.

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Topics: Website Design

20 Essential HTML codes to know for your WordPress Website

Posted by Mark Fouche on May 29, 2019

There are a few essential HTML codes that every website owner should know. After all, basic HTML codes are foundational to everything on the Internet, including your WordPress website.

These codes are easy to master, and once you know how to use them we are sure you will find that you use them every time you add content to your site.

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Topics: WordPress, Website Design