Why You Should Hire An Expert: Chapter 1

Why You Should Hire and Expert

The Missing 301 Redirects Disclaimer: The following tale is a true story. Identifying details have been removed to protect the innocent, and the wrong-doers. Gather round, read this tale of woe, and take heed – this is yet another illustration of Why You Should Hire An Expert. It was a blustery February night and all […]

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13 Free Resources To Help You Grow Your Business

Free resources for business

Free resources can be enough to boost a new or growing business over the line from struggling to success. We’ve collected a few of our favorites that can help you during your growth. The old moniker “You have to spend money to make money” is, unfortunately, very true. In order to run a successful business […]

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Text Message Marketing: Is It Worth It?

Text Message SMS Marketing

Email marking has been around for about 40 years and it remains to be an effective delivery method to reach your shoppers. But as usual in the tech industry, things don’t stay the same for long. SMS or text message marketing is the dark horse in the marketing race. It’s emergence isn’t super widespread as […]

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Adding eCommerce to Your Brick-and-Mortar Store

Adding eCommerce to your Brick and Mortar Store

You’ve had a storefront for a while now, and things are going great. Your sales are consistent, and people seem to really love your product. But you’re starting to wonder if something is missing. Are you missing out on the part of your clientele that no longer heads downtown to do Christmas shopping, or to […]

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DIY Website vs. Professional – Do You REALLY Need UX/UI?

DIY Website vs. Professional

Since the dawn of the handyman, people have been trying to weigh the benefits of “DIY vs. Professional”. That hasn’t changed as we moved into the tech era. As a web development company, you probably expect that we’ll tell you, you should hire a developer. But that’s not necessarily the case. We don’t want our […]

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User Experience Should Drive Your Site Decisions

User Experience

You may have come across the term UI/UX – or something very similar – while managing your site. It stands for User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX). Simply put, it’s the way users interact with your website. Obviously, it’s a big category and can apply to a lot of facets of your business. And […]

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Improve Page Speed With Lazy Load

Page Speed Deferred Loading

When considering your site’s health and performance, the subject of site page speed comes up pretty immediately. It’s important to your users, it’s important to Google, and it should be important to you. This information is all over the internet, so we won’t get too in-depth in this post. But to make sure we’re all […]

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Google Shopping is Now Free And We Can Help You Get Started

Google Shopping is now Free

To help retailers stay on their feet during the COVID-19 Pandemic, Google is offering space on their Shopping tab for free. But if you’re new to Google Merchant Center, you’ll need some help getting set up. Back in February, we wrote about why you need a Google Shopping feed now more than ever, and as […]

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Custom Google Shopping Feed to Make Selling Easier

Custom Google Shopping Feed

We recently talked about why you need to have a Google Shopping Feed, and why that need is only becoming more urgent. In case you didn’t read that post (you really should, by the way), here’s a recap. Google is making changes and adding features that depend on a current and comprehensive shopping feed.  Previously, […]

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How To: Generate URIs in Miva

How To Generate URIs in Miva

In our blog post A Video Guide to URI Management in Miva, we explain the basics of what a URI is and how you can manage your settings in the Miva admin. We even have a video tutorial to show you the ropes of Miva’s URI Management tool. However you may still be running into […]

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