In the Know – The Web Solutions Blog
We have more than 20 years of experience in digital marketing, but we’re still learning every day. With our In the Know blog, we’re happy to share that knowledge with you.
This month, Google is finally transitioning to mobile-only indexing after postponing the move from September 2020 to March 2021.
With more people online then ever before, your website is the best way to get new traffic, nurture relationships with your existing customers, and promote your brand. But what if your website isn’t performing up to expectations? Check this list of possible problems and how to fix them so that you can get your website back on track.
You probably already have a Facebook page for your business as a way to promote your brand and make connections with your target audience. Starting your own Facebook group is a way to deepen those connections and create a real community of people who share similar interests and know and love your brand.
Is your website design losing you business? According to a survey by Blue Fountain Media, 81% of internet users think less of a business if the website is not updated, and 39% would think twice about using a product or service if the website is not fresh, user friendly and current. Here are 8 unmistakable signs that you should seriously consider upgrading your website.
As the world moves increasingly online, you may have decided that now is the right time to redesign and update your website. If you’re not already working with a web design agency you’re happy with, how do you choose the right firm to develop the online face of your business?
With many in-person events still on hold due to the pandemic, many businesses are finding that virtual meetings and activities can be almost as good, or perhaps even better, than the real thing.
It's been almost a year since the coronavirus pandemic started, and while it's still affecting life and business, many small business owners have shifted out of emergency mode and into a longer-term strategy for dealing with the “new normal.”