There two kinds of people in the world. Those who have a website and those who don’t. I’m just kidding 🙂 . Let’s get serious ‘tho, there are people all around the world with good businesses that can flourish when backed up with a website or a strong social media profile.
People usually don’t understand the power Internet has today and still believe that mouth to mouth is the way to go. Sure, mouth to mouth is actually the most trustful source of marketing since a VERY satisfied customer will spread the word about your business. But nowadays this marketing way is about to extinct.
Imagine this: You have finally found a way to make your clients website better using a new plugin or modifying an existing plugins code. You are getting excited and really confident for the results but when the time comes to explain this to the client you can see his eyes roll around in confusion. The client obviously have not understand anything you said and that will affect you and your business. Continue Reading…
Like many small business owners, you may believe your business cannot benefit from having a website or that a website is not within your budget. Or maybe you think because you don’t use a computer, neither do your potential customers. These are misconceptions. The following reasons show why your company NEEDS a professional website, no matter what size your business.
Have you ever come across a website design that made you laugh out loud? I don’t mean just something on the website is funny, but the design of the site itself is funny because of how terrible it is.
It takes a lot of time and effort to learn how to properly design a website. There are many sites out there where the designers just haven’t learned these principles at all. Bless their hearts.
In this article, we’ll take a look at a few websites that are hilariously terrible. First, let’s look at a few of the design principles by which I’m using to judge these sites.
Web browsers are so ubiquitous today that it may seem odd for many of us to even imagine a time in which the web existed without them. Granted, that time didn’t last long, but it did happen. Which gives rise to interesting questions like: are there other ways we might have chose to navigate the web?