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4 Tips to Speed Up Website Loading Speed Today

Written by Stacey Welchley

Here are four tricks that can help get you on the right track and show some instant results in your website speed.

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Voice Assistants Are Changing How People Search

Written by Ruth Hawk

Voice assistants are also now revolutionizing how people search, and therefore, how marketers approach search engine optimization.

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What You Should Know about WordPress Plugins

Written by Eli Newman

Part of the appeal of WordPress to many users is the ease of use of not only the CMS (Content Management System) itself, but also the number of plugins that are readily available, and the ease of use that they offer. If you’re unfamiliar with WordPress plugins, we are happy to introduce you to them. […]

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Best Practices for Using Stock Photo Images in Your Website Design

Written by Stacey Welchley

In a digital world where often times your website is the first interaction you have with potential clients, you of course, want to put your best foot forward. Between the design of the page and the images you choose, you are trying to entice the viewer to do business with you. So where do you […]

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There’s a Plugin for That! Helpful Tasks You Can Accomplish with WordPress Plugins

Written by Eli Newman

The great thing about plugins is that they often times take tasks that seem intricate and confusing, and they do the majority of the hard work for you.

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Holiday Color Web Design Tips

Written by Ruth Hawk

If you missed the chance to optimize your web design for one of the biggest shopping weekends of the year, do not despair. Consumers are still poised to spend hundreds of billions of dollars over the next month. Your business can get a piece of the profit pie with a little bit of prompt holiday […]

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5 Alternatives to AIM for Chat

Written by Ruth Hawk

On December 15, an era in instant messaging will come to an end with the shutdown of AIM. One of the first popular instant messaging services, AIM offered people a free tool for communicating digitally. If AIM is no longer needed, what alternatives are there to AIM for chat? There are actually quite a few means of communicating that can (and have already begun to) replace the formerly popular and still-nostalgic service. Here are five of them.

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When Breaking Web Design Rules Might Work for You

Written by Ruth Hawk

Web design has evolved as quickly as has the Internet as a whole. Along with that development has come certain rules, or best practices, that have proven themselves useful in guiding the development of appealing and effective websites. However, occasionally, as the saying goes, rules are meant to be broken, and occasionally, great web design comes when the rules are left behind. However, there are a few qualities that are true of successful forays into new web design territory.

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