I wrote, Content Keeps Them Coming Back: Content is King, in 2001. I recently re-read the article and was struck by how little has changed in the 12 years since I published it. Aside from some dated phrases like “stickiest site in cyber-town,” the basic idea that content is the heart of your website remains true today.
So you’ve got a Facebook business page, now what? You’ve got to make it pretty, of course. Facebook limits your options in customizing your business profile, but one area of opportunity to brand your page is the cover image.
In the excitement and hurry to get a newly designed site live, many site owners and development companies neglect to address some important behind-the-scenes issues. Here are a few, basic items that can make the transition to the newly designed site less painful.
This summer marks the start of our 15th year in business! We are so grateful to all our clients, some of whom have been with us from the start. It is our clients that make it possible and keep it fun. To kick off our 15th year, we have done a complete re-branding, with a new logo, colors, and website to show it off.
This spring marks the one year anniversary of Google’s initial Penguin update. It is a good time to look at what this algorithm update means for you and how you manage your website.
Hollis Real Estate, a Birmingham-based commercial real estate company, goes live with their re-designed site.