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I hear this a lot from people who don’t want their site built using WordPress. They have no idea what they are talking about. They are unaware that WordPress powers 40% of the websites. The site below was built using WordPress and before it was a basic HTML site and non-responsive. Now can you tell […] Read More
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RC Communications came to me to redesign their website. Their current website was old static and dull and they wanted to keep a similar color scheme. They needed to add relevant content and video, add clients, partners, testimonials, contact information, make sure the website worked on all devices. Their purpose: RC Communications provides online and offline […] Read More
We now offer website audit reports for all websites. Why would you need one of these? It can kickstart your SEO and put it on the right track. A Website Audit Report allows you to get a professional health check on your website covering Web Design and Web Structure Analysis, Page and Link Errors, Page Title […] Read More
It is with great enthusiasm that New England Public Radio announces that Carey Baker, Samalid Hogan and Claudia Perles have joined the New England Public Radio Foundation, Inc. as Directors of the Board. Ellen Freyman, an NEPR Foundation Board Advisor was elected as a Director to the Board’s Executive Committee, she is also now Chair […] Read More
Quick changes you can make to your website that will get more sales. Make your website come to life and earn more money. Significantly increase your sales by encouraging more visitors to buy from you or use your services. Why is it that some websites consistently bring in sales, day in and day out, […] Read More
“How much will it cost to get a website up and running?” A common and reasonable question. The answer most people get is that “It depends”. And this is correct, but a general rule of thumb would be useful, right? One thing you can be sure of – the bigger, the more complex and the […] Read More