Is your website design losing you business? According to a survey by Blue Fountain Media, 81% of internet users think less of a business if the website is not updated, and 39% would think twice about using a product or service if the website is not fresh, user friendly and current. Here are 8 unmistakable signs that you should seriously consider upgrading your website.
As the world moves increasingly online, you may have decided that now is the right time to redesign and update your website. If you’re not already working with a web design agency you’re happy with, how do you choose the right firm to develop the online face of your business?
It's been almost a year since the coronavirus pandemic started, and while it's still affecting life and business, many small business owners have shifted out of emergency mode and into a longer-term strategy for dealing with the “new normal.”
No matter how great your website is, it won’t do anything for your business unless people visit it. If your website traffic is lagging, or you just want to increase the number of potential customers who come to your site, try these 12 methods for giving your website traffic a boost.
If you have a website, chances are very good that more and more of your visitors are viewing your site from a mobile device, and are expecting a user experience (UX) that reflects a mobile-first mindset.
So you want a new website and you need to choose a content management system (CMS)—a software platform that lets you easily manage and run your website. You’ve heard a lot about choosing an “open-source” CMS, but what does that even mean, and why should you care?
At Web Solutions, we consider it an important part of our job to share what we know about digital marketing, web design, and marketing strategy with our clients and the digital marketing community. Tactics, technology, and best-practices in the marketing industry evolve at a pretty rapid pace, so we're constantly learning and passing our knowledge on to you!
When you have both a Facebook profile for yourself and a Facebook page for your business, it’s easy to get confused—and to confuse your customers in the process. Use these 10 tips to keep your Facebook identities straight.