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Website Design

What is a Subdomain?

Not too long ago we wrote a piece on our blog about all the things to keep in mind when buying a domain for your business. 

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Website Design

Top Five Common Website Design Myths

Since the dot com boom, everyone has become an expert and says the main way to get your business noticed is to have a website. Although no one is arguing against a web presence, the problem is having ...

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why the number matter
Digital Marketing

Numbers Matter: Finding Your Marketing ROI

America has a handful of pastimes labeled our nation’s “favorite.” You’ve probably heard of the top three – music, movies, and most notably, baseball. Pair the last two examples together and you get, ...

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Branding and Positioning

The Easiest Way to Write the Perfect Positioning Statement

Between the first automobile, antibiotics, and the Apple computer, there’s only a handful of truly new and innovative inventions that have shocked the world. 

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Website Design

Ways to Improve Your Page Speed

This past April we released a blog to really start amping up the water cooler chatter surrounding  Google’s much anticipated update to their Core Web Vitals coming the following June – August.

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Website Design

Top Customer Service Features Your Website Can’t Do Without

One of the first stops on any new business journey is acquiring a welcoming and informative website. 

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Digital Marketing

What is STP in Marketing?

The worlds of business and marketing come with a lot of words, acronyms, and abbreviations not commonly used in everyday speech.

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Software Development

The First Step in Building Great Software

There are so many reasons why small to large businesses alike would be on the hunt for new software (improving services, streamlining systems and processes, managing important client data). 

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Website Design

Building a Website: Template vs Custom

Picture this. 

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Why Growth Driven Design?

The growth-driven design process addresses many of the issues that come with traditional web design. Because you are working with a web design and development team on a monthly basis, they are much more able to know what your site needs in real time. You have the ability to test and analyze the performance of certain pages or CTAs and keep making measured adjustments to convert on a regular basis.

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