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Why Should You Choose WordPress for Your Small Business Website?

Starting the process of creating a website for your small business is a long daunting process. Choosing Wordpress to create your website will help make this process more manageable. While there are many website platforms out there that boast “easy to use”, or “easy to create” websites, WordPress tops the lists by experts as the real deal.

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Top Web Design Mistakes

In 2014 there were a lot of web design enhancements that have come into the market. Some of these “enhancements” helped improve the look and feel of your website making it more appealing to potential customers and clients, and some of these “enhancements” will harm your website instead of helping.

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Is Search Engine Optimization Still Relevant?

Keywords and Google-Friendly Content Once upon a time, search engine optimization developers stuffed keywords willy-nilly into web content in the hopes that higher keyword densities would sway search engine spiders and earn the page a higher rank in Google search results. Once, that worked, but no longer. Google’s gotten smarter about how it indexes pages,

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Why Should You Choose WordPress for Your Small Business Website?

Starting the process of creating a website for your small business is a long daunting process. Choosing Wordpress to create your website will help make this process more manageable. While there are many website platforms out there that boast “easy to use”, or “easy to create” websites, WordPress tops the lists by experts as the real deal.

Read More »

Top Web Design Mistakes

In 2014 there were a lot of web design enhancements that have come into the market. Some of these “enhancements” helped improve the look and feel of your website making it more appealing to potential customers and clients, and some of these “enhancements” will harm your website instead of helping.

Read More »

Is Search Engine Optimization Still Relevant?

Keywords and Google-Friendly Content Once upon a time, search engine optimization developers stuffed keywords willy-nilly into web content in the hopes that higher keyword densities would sway search engine spiders and earn the page a higher rank in Google search results. Once, that worked, but no longer. Google’s gotten smarter about how it indexes pages,

Read More »