In a digital landscape teeming with over a billion websites how can you spread the word your new website is live? Maximise your website’s visibility by trying these techniques.
Ask the internet whether you should choose Squarespace or WordPress for your website and you will get a tonne of articles telling you which you MUST choose because of its superior functions. I believe it’s more to do with which one suits an individual client or business. And in this article, I try to explain how I help my clients choose which one is right for them.
This is when of the craziest times I’ve lived through. And so many of us small business owners are going to find ourselves with a lot more time on our hands in the coming weeks. So here are a few things I’ll be doing to stay positive and productive.
One of the best things you can do for your business is to spring clean your website. When you’re busy with client work, your website can become a little neglected, so when you’re given the gift of time, its a perfect opportunity to show your digital shopfront a little love.
The About page is often the second most visited page on a website, after the Home page. But is it working hard enough for your business? These 5 tips will make sure that when someone lands on your About page they have the best chance of turning in to a new client.
Having your own website means you can be found by customers who would otherwise be discovering your competition and allows you to create your own online customer experience, unique to you and your business.