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First, it has to be visible to Google. If Google’s crawlers cannot see your website, it cannot decide if you are an authority on the keywords your prospects and clients are searching to find you. For this reason, your baseline Search Engine Optimization (SEO) must be researched and administered by a professional.
Second, it must have well written, authentically crafted content that clearly explains to your intenders who you are, what you do, what you stand for, why they should choose you and how they can work with you. Designing websites is no longer “just” about beautiful pictures and special effects. It’s about creating dialogue and conversations.
We have a team of web and graphic designers, marketing strategists, market research analysts that specialize in consumer triggers, published authors and search engine data specialists that come together to check all the boxes, so you can have the highest probability of optimizing on keywords, driving traffic to your site, and then converting it
Whether you've already decided you want to work with us, or you need to find out more about how we can help you, our process remains the same. You can contact our team by filling out the contact form, giving us a call or by jumping right in and filling out a Know My Prospect form.
The Know My Prospect form provides us with all of the information we need about you and your business in order to have an actionable and efficient initial consultation. From here, we'll both decide whether or not we're a great fit for each other, or to go our separate ways. No hard feelings if it just isn't meant to be, consider our first meeting a free marketing session.
The standard resolution for web images is 72 PPI (often called “screen resolution”). At that size, the pixels you see on the screen are all the pixels there are; an image that’s 4” long at 72 PPI will take up about 4” of your monitor.
Think Less is More. Simply put, a cluttered website is one with too many pages and overly-busy design elements. It may have distracting images or too many ads.
The call to action is a key element on a webpage, acting as a signpost that lets the user know what to do next. Without a clear CTA, the user may not know the next steps to take to purchase a product or sign up for a newsletter and is likely to leave the site without accomplishing their task.
The of the most common causes of broken content is a missing or incorrect HTML tag. HTML is the “source code” behind most of the internet. Here’s the code for this section, for example. If you look closely, you can see that most of the tags—the parts with the “<” and “>” on either side—come in pairs.