Getting a website can seem like a big, complicated task with an infinite number of moving parts. Even choosing someone to work with can get complicated with so many options and industry terms out there. So, what should you expect when you decide to work with me to get a new website or update your existing one? Below I’ll outline the entire process from start to finish so there are no surprises for you.
A relevant movie for the season, Miracle on 34th Street, gave us the wonderful business advice of helping your customers meet their goals, even if it meant helping them leave. But, this holiday season it would seem that most subscription services have forgotten this message.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is the process of getting the best results with search providers, like Google. Today we’re going to go over some very easy steps to help your website appear higher in search results.
My last article was about how frustrating FoodLion.com is to use. It actually kept me from giving them money. Usability is clearly important. But not all of us have websites that offer as much as FoodLion.com. So, for us little guys, why is user experience important?
Recently, I decided to start participating in the Food Lion MVP program again. It’s simple enough: you show them your card and get a discount. I only needed to hop online and order a new one. Except, it wasn’t so simple.
Pricing in a creative industry can be tricky. Usually, you pay a professional for their expenses, hours worked, and taxes. And, this works. The client pays for what they’re getting. It is a great way to making a living and charge for your services. But, today I want to propose that you may be giving your clients more than what they’re paying for.