A frequent question from our clients is how to appropriately and effectively display a copyright message without impacting SEO. Let's dig into the acceptable and not so proper ways to go about showing this message on your website.
Scope creeps and agency red flags, we've written extensively about vetting, hiring, and working with a digital agency to build your website. With so much content on agencies' topic, it can be tricky to know where to start. Here's a run-down of one client's journey through a website redesign.
Today, if a business wants to survive, it's essential that they have a website. But figuring out the best way to go about it all can be rather nerve-wracking. Whether you're redesigning or starting from scratch, there three tiers to website building that you should consider — let's discuss these.
If you're considering building WordPress website or blog, the first question you're likely to ask yourself is "what will this all cost?" Well, the answer to your question really just depends on your goals. After all, if you're a small business, you'll have vastly different goals to that of say Facebook or Amazon.
What happens when you've signed an agreement with a web design agency, only for it to become clear that the original brief needs quite a bit of adjusting? Here's how to avoid the common scope creep when building a website.
When you onboard a web designer or agency, to build your online business you might assume that the entire finished project belongs to you. Unfortunately, this is never the case. Website ownership is more nuanced than that and it's vital that you understand these nuances.
Figuring out your budget is one of the essential steps in the website planning and building process. Why? Because it directly influences the type of site you will be able to build and should therefore be planning for.