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7 Trending Features of E-Learning Web Development

Written by Jacqueline Sinex

Online training, also known as e-learning, is growing rapidly. One estimate places the number of companies who plan to use e-learning by 2020 at 98
percent. Here are 7 features currently on the rise in the online learning world that you may want to consider for your next project.

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What to Expect When You’re Expecting… a WordPress Upgrade

Written by Jacqueline Sinex

Ok, so I know we’re not exactly having a baby shower, but with the big changes in WordPress lately, it sort of feels like it! Let’s take a look at the expectations of undertaking a WordPress upgrade.

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Tips for Enticing Last-Minute Shoppers to Your E-Commerce Website

Written by Ruth Hawk

With Christmas, and the end of the holiday shopping season, less than a week away, it is crunch time for shoppers and e-commerce websites alike. While you are trying to pull in a few more sales before the mostprofitable season of the year ends, your customers are trying to purchase last-minute gifts so they do […]

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10 Things that Google Discontinued

Written by Ruth Hawk

On October 8, Google announced that it would shutter its social media channel Google+ in 2019, after revelations that Google+ had left users’ personal data vulnerable to hackers. And here are some ways this may impact your web design. While Google has gained a reputation for its wildly successful endeavors, including Google Hangouts, Gmail, Google […]

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What We Learned Developing LMS Driving School Websites

Written by Jacqueline Sinex

It may surprise some to learn that our agency has developed a unique expertise in the area of learning management systems (LMS). We have actually developed online courses for a variety of industries, but are particularly experts in driving school websites. These projects are far from a standard brochure web design. Here are some of […]

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6 Benefits of Custom Application Development

Written by Ruth Hawk

A custom web design project often requires custom application development. Everything from registration forms to shopping carts and online learning systems need to be stamped with your company’s unique brand and created to fit your process. Here are just a few reasons to consider custom development for your next website project. Custom application development allows […]

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Why It’s More Important Than Ever To Care About Mobile Web Design: The Mobile-First Shift

Written by Jacqueline Sinex

You may have noticed that you recently received notifications from your Google Search Console that your site has been updated to mobile-first indexing. If you were not already thinking about your website’s mobile experience, this is a big clue that you need to get on board. The reason for this shift is that the monster of all search engines now recognizes that mobile searchers represent the majority of their users. Search engines always have a goal to serve the best information to their users. To do that, they need to consider the devices they are using and how they are searching for the information.

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Why Search Engine Optimization Brings in Qualified Traffic

Written by Ruth Hawk

Search engine optimization, also known as SEO, is a well-established strategy for improving your site’s rankings in online search results and earning your website more traffic. With 91% of all website traffic coming from links on the first page of the search results, it is clearly important to get your website in front of search engine users. However, one of the most important benefits of this marketing strategy is the fact that the web traffic it generates tend to be qualified leads who are easier to convert and more likely to engage with your business. Why does SEO provide such high quality traffic? Here are a few reasons.

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