Did you know that Google makes about 500 changes each year to their algorithm? That’s right, whatever ranks you on 1st page today it may not rank you tomorrow. However there are some SEO techniques we can apply that are future proof. Continue reading to find out more!
The beginning of 2014 also marks 5 years since I opened my Web Design business. Being part of a creative field has many rewards and I feel very blessed to do something I love.
WooCommerce shopping cart is unquestionably the most popular eCommerce solution for WordPress with over 1.5 million downloads at the present.
For certain business a newsletter email blast is a great marketing tool. Gathering a list of qualified subscribers can be a difficult task however displaying a sign-up newsletter form on your website is one of the best methods. Read more to find out more about the common practices and advantages / disadvantages of each one.
With mobile usage growing exponentially in the past years, responsive websites became popular among many businesses who are looking to provide better experience for their users and improve their business.
There many articles which explain how to choose responsive design breakpoints but most of them are are very lengthy and don’t offer a quick answer so I decided to give my take on this. You can also view a live project that’s using the breakpoints used in this article: http://level5ia.com/ios/mystery-room/us/home/
WordPress is the most popular CMS out there but that is also its greatest weakness since is a favorite target to hacking attacks.
If you’re already using Lemonstand as your eCommerce platform you’ll probably have to test design changes before implementing in live version. This is where we need a test / dev duplicated version of the website.
If you want to sell products online and you don’t have enough money saved for a custom professional website here’s what you can do.
In order to provide a more accurate estimate, I need to know how much time I’ll spend on a potential project. First I try to estimate the time that a project takes, multiply it with my hourly rate, add padding for unforeseen changes, and then charge a fixed price. This method has worked well for me thus far, as most clients like to know what they’re going to pay in the beginning.