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Should I Have a Single Page Website Design?

February 23, 2015

Single-scroll websites are all the rage, as are their cousins, long home pages. You want to hang with the cool kids, so should you go down this path? We touched on this topic earlier in the month, when we talked about how often you need to redo your website....

How Often Do You Need to Redo Your Website?

February 11, 2015

Last year, we took a look at how long a business website lasts, where we focused on whether it accurately conveys your message, how users are interacting with it, and the results it is producing for you. Today, we’re going to take a more technically-oriented look at how your...

Website Design vs Website Development

February 9, 2015

Maybe you’ve taken a cold, hard look at your website and decided it needs a new look. Better branding. Pizzazz. Or maybe the forms are buggy or you’re not converting visitors into leads. But who should you ask for help? A web designer? A web developer? Or both? Here’s...

Traditional Hosting vs. Managed Hosting – Which Website Hosting is Best for You?

January 21, 2015

Many agencies who build websites also offer managed hosting and maintenance on their own servers, for anywhere in the range of $100 – $1,000 or more per month. On the other hand, there are hosting companies out there who offer traditional hosting with nearly unlimited bandwidth, disk space and...

3 More of the Best Questions to Ask in a Website RFP (or Website Request for Proposal)

January 5, 2015

Hooray!! You’ve managed to convince everyone you need a new website!  And, thanks to your research, you know the Most Important Thing to Know Before Writing Your Website RFP. Now it’s just a matter of writing the RFP and getting it out there! Granted, that sounds much easier than...