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Tag: elements of web design

Looking for quick SEO options?

February 20, 2016 0 Comments

Everyone wants the easy way – right, show me the money! How many times in our career have we heard about the new opportunity that could make you millions?  I mean who hasn’t sat through a presentation that required you to go out and get two people, help them recruit two more people at the promise [...]

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How to get the most traffic to your site, SEO tips

April 15, 2013 0 Comments

Many years ago, if you wanted more business leads you would just fork out big money and buy the biggest color ad in the phonebook.   Traffic could be bought with a slick color ad that was first to appear in the section.  If you were not one of those big color ads, you still had a [...]

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Content is king!

January 9, 2013 0 Comments

Content can make or break you After you determine what channels you should start with, the next important topic is content.  Good quality, well written and error free content is one of the best things that you do to build your online community.  There are a few important points to remember when thinking about the content that you [...]

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Is your web site generating leads?

January 7, 2013 0 Comments

This is the last of a 4 part post that deals with your web presence.    I have touched on the importance of making the web be an important centerpiece of your business, elements for design effectiveness and finally making sure you are getting visibility. Planning guide It takes time and resources to be able to [...]

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10 Important web design elements

January 5, 2013 0 Comments

When evaluating your web page, make sure you have the following elements: Your website is very important, it is the centerpiece of your business.   It is important that when you are building or revising your website that you consider these critical design elements. 1.  Good clean visual design that is polished and uncluttered.  Keep in [...]

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