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8 THINGS YOU NEED TO PLAN LAUNCHING YOUR ONLINE STORE

Though opening a store online is easy, making sure you have the right content, look, and tools will determine whether you’ll be sipping margaritas on a beach or shuffling papers in your stuffy office say job.

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8 SIGNS IT'S TIME FOR A WEBSITE REDESIGN

The average customer spends 5 seconds on a website before they decide if they want to stay. 5 Seconds. If a customer doesn’t like the look or feel of your website, or can’t find the information they are looking for immediately, they may move on, losing you a potential client. Is your website up to the challenge?

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DO YOU REALLY NEED A WEBSITE?

Did you know that having a business website is more valuable than a business card? Without a website, you are relying on people to remember who you are without having a reference to turn to.If you’re debating whether a website is the right choice for you, here are 10 reasons why your business needs to be online.

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HOW TO FIND THE RIGHT DESIGNER

Things are changing fast in the world of coding, how do you know if you are hiring the right designer for the job or if your site will attract the audience you are looking for? Finding the right designer should be an easy and comfortable experience.

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SHOULD YOU BE USING WEB CARDS IN YOUR DESIGN?

It started with Pinterest but has now blown up on the web. Every site seems to be incorporating cards into their design, but do they actually grab the attention you want or are they the next fad to slowly fade away on the web?

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6 MISCONCEPTIONS CEOs HAVE ABOUT WEB DEVELOPMENT

Remember your last web development project? You went over budget, blew past deadlines and became frustrated with just about everyone involved at some point. The bad news? It was rough. The really bad news? It was probably your team’s fault.

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