Austin Web Design Category

Solving Website Mysteries: Tons of Traffic with No Sales

by Maisie Cantrell
Wednesday, September 9th, 2020

At some point, just about every online store owner faces the dilemma of having tons of traffic while producing little to no conversions. How do you begin to solve this e-commerce mystery?

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Reasons To Choose WordPress As Your CMS

by Ruth Hawk
Thursday, August 20th, 2020

WordPress makes a good choice of CMS for millions of sites. Consider these benefits of WordPress and if it is right for you.

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Tips for Giving Your Web Designer Helpful Feedback

by Maisie Cantrell
Wednesday, July 29th, 2020

We have some tips on giving your web designer constructive and helpful feedback that will help your project succeed.

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How to Effectively Communicate Your Company’s Reopening Plans

by Maisie Cantrell
Saturday, June 20th, 2020

As companies across the country are getting ready to reopen their doors after COVID-19, one of the most important questions they are asking themselves is how to effectively communicate their plans to customers. Business owners must not only update their audience on hours and product/service availability, but also explain any new health and safety protoco

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Uplifting Stories and Local Heroes: Hayley Cakes and Cookies

by Maisie Cantrell
Wednesday, April 8th, 2020

COVID-19 has forced us to stay inside, shut down schools and businesses, and heavily alter our way of life as we know it. People have managed to cope in all kinds of ways. Some are stockpiling goods to ease their fears (not recommended!), while others are utilizing this virus mania to drive their innovative thinking. […]

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Above the Fold: How an Austin Web Design Company Improves User Engagement

by Maisie Cantrell
Friday, February 7th, 2020

Getting users to your website is only half the battle. To keep your visitors engaged and roaming around within your site, it is vital that you have well-designed “above the fold” content. First impressions are everything, so having an eye-catching design is more than just a matter of aesthetics; it can make or break your conversion goals. Remember, e

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Annual Website Updates You Might Overlook

by Ruth Hawk
Wednesday, February 5th, 2020

Keeping your website up to date is an important part of making sure your site engages and informs your visitors. But some updates may be easy to overlook.

Grow Your Company with Small Business SEO

by Ruth Hawk
Friday, January 24th, 2020

Search engine optimization has the power to transform your online presence into a powerful and appealing one. That means you can attract more website visitors, enjoy more leads and conversions, and show up as an industry leader when people search within your field. So why don't more small businesses take advantage of small business SEO?

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