Recent Posts in Website Design

By Courtney Feairheller

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4 Biggest Lead Generation Mistakes (And How to Fix Them)

Everyone makes mistakes. It’s only natural. Over the course of your life, you’re going to miss crucial work deadlines, forget your significant other’s birthday (good luck making up for that one), and send texts to the wrong person (always makes for an awkward situation). Humans are imperfect; there’s no getting around it.

By Lisa McDermott

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6 Signs It’s Time to Give Your Website a Redesign

Let’s get real. Anytime you have a burning question you need answered, or you want to research a company or product, where’s the first place you go? All together now…the Internet. The Internet has become our one and only source of knowledge about anything and everything. We’ve come a very long way in a short amount of time, and keeping up with the Joneses (should we change this to the Jetsons?) can be difficult at times.

By Geoff Forman

To Heatmap or Not to Heatmap, That Isn’t the Question

You’ve spent time (and money) building a pretty awesome website. You’ve written all new content, integrated some fancy images, and decided to go with a unique form of navigation. You’re confident that your site is far superior to your competitors’ and that you’ll see leads and sales increase from its new design.

By Lisa McDermott

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Does Your Website User Experience Ruin (or Help) Your Brand?

Your website is 5 years old. Cutting-edge at the time, it’s now a relic of design trends past. Mobile friendly? Not even close! User friendly? Ehh. Search Engine Optimized? Yes (but uh, using the finest in SEO tactics from half a decade ago). But it does have one thing going for it - some pretty awesome Flash animations!

By Lisa McDermott

Close More Sales with Inbound Marketing, SEO and a Website Redesign

It’s 9:30am. I’m sitting at my desk with a hot cup of coffee, Spotify playlist ready to rock, about to begin writing a new eBook for one of our inbound marketing clients. I’m feeling pretty good about the day - I got to work early enough to wade through 24 emails I received since I woke up and now I’m ready to be productive. And, I need to be because starting at noon, I’m in back-to-back meetings the rest of the day. Just as I complete the intro paragraph, my office line rings. My gut tells me not to answer - it’s probably just a sales call - but what if it’s a client emergency? What if it’s my husband calling from out of town? What if it’s Amazon customer service needing info to process the order I placed last night (I NEED those new tempered glass iPhone screen covers ASAP because my two-year old daughter dropped my iPhone on the fireplace last night and cracked the case).