t’s a question that I get asked a lot. Which is better WordPress or Wix for a small business website? As a WordPress website designer, my automatic response is, WordPress, obviously. But the real answer is, it depends on you. There are pros and cons for both though,...
Are you struggling to make sales on your website? Making more sales online has probably been one of the biggest tasks in your business this past year, and you may have even invested time and/or money into a new website to help you achieve that goal Making sales online...
Is WordPress good for small businesses? When deciding which website platform to choose for your business, it can be really overwhelming. You’ll often hear “WordPress is good for small businesses” but then you’ll hear stories of people stating...
Podcast Interview: “What should your website do?” Like many, Monday was my first “official” day back to work after the Christmas break, but like many small business owners, I was back to the laptop before the New Year. One of my goals for 2021...
Seven ways to improve your SEO that isn’t blogging I still stand by blogging is my top tip for SEO and organically improving your search engine rankings, but I know some small business owners find the thought of blogging regularly overwhelming and time...
Three free ways to get more traffic to your website As a small business owner, having a website is all well and good, but if you’re not getting any visitors, well, it’s kind of pointless. There are lots of ways you can generate more traffic to your website, but as a...
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