8 Reasons Why you Need a Website Redesign

Should you DIY your Website or Work with a Web Designer? TAKE THE QUIZ! A well-designed website can be an amazing marketing tool that brings in new email opt-ins, leads, clients and customers. But if your website isn’t pulling its weight by doing these things, it is... Read more...

How to Optimize your Website and Blog Images for SEO

Should you DIY your Website or Work with a Web Designer? TAKE THE QUIZ! The purpose of including images on your website and blog are to make it look nice, right? Well, yes… but that’s not all they can do! With just a little bit of prep work, your website and blog... Read more...

How to Add a Favicon to Your Website or Blog

Using a website favicon that matches your branding will help with brand recognition. A favicon is the tiny graphic associated with your website that appears: On browser tabs: In the website address bar on many browsers In browser bookmarks and favorites As the... Read more...

3 New WordPress Features for Bloggers

The WordPress 4.5 update that was recently released includes a few new features that bloggers and website-savvy business owners will appreciate. Here are the top 3 new WordPress features that I think you’ll find useful! A New Way to Add Links in Your Content... Read more...

How to Choose a Free WordPress Theme

Should you DIY your Website or Work with a Web Designer? TAKE THE QUIZ! When a client wants to use a free WordPress theme, I give them the following recommendations to keep in mind as they begin their theme search: Search for a theme at http://wordpress.org/themes/.... Read more...

10 Tips for High Quality Blog Posts and Web Pages

1. Create content for your website visitors — not for search engines. Google rewards high quality, relevant content by giving it higher rankings in search results. So focus on writing in a style that’s helpful to your audience – not to the search... Read more...

Adding a Watermark to your Images

Follow these easy instructions for adding a watermark to your images or photos. Some examples of watermarks you might want to use include a copyright notice, your website address, your name, your blog’s name, your logo, etc. First – you will need to use... Read more...

What People Hate About Websites

We’ve all visited websites that annoy us. I’m talking about the websites that make us cringe or worse yet, make us leave the website promising never to return again. If you’re planning on designing a new website – or if you’re doing a... Read more...