Did you know that over 70% of people will research a company on the web before deciding to buy or visit, yet 46% of small businesses in the U.S. don’t have a website? If you don’t have a site, people can’t research your company and determine if you’re a good fit for their needs.
If you find yourself asking, “Do I need a website for my business?” we’ve got the answers you need.
On this page, we’ll provide you with six reasons you need a website for your business and three tips for building your website. Keep reading or contact us at 888-601-5359 to speak with a strategist about our web design services, including our 30-day website design plans!
Are you looking to start 2020 with a fresh web design for your business?
If so, you must know what you need to do in 2020 to have a website that drives success for your business. With website statistics for 2020, you can see what to do and what to avoid, which will help you build the best website for your audience.
Are you looking to build a new site for your business? If so, company website design templates can help you create the website you want. With so many templates available, how do you determine which one is best for your business?
On this page, we’ll provide you with the top six company website design templates, plus an alternative to using templates. Keep reading to learn more and subscribe to Revenue Weekly for the latest tips and tricks for web design!
When you’re trying to grow your business online, you must monitor vital metrics to ensure your business is growing. One important metric is your website’s conversions. Conversions help you determine if you’re driving success with your digital marketing campaigns.
So, what is website conversion? How can you improve your website conversion rate?
As a small or midsize business (SMB), your company website is often the first touchpoint for potential clients — and you want it to make a great first impression.
The secret to hitting home with your audience is to have a sophisticated and lively website design that’s aesthetically pleasing and provides great user experience (UX).
Need some company website examples to inspire your design? We made this corporate website mood board just for you!
What do Amazon, Hershey’s, and The Wall Street Journal have in common?
They’ve all gotten named in lawsuits related to website accessibility and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). They aren’t alone, either. In 2018, more than 2000 website accessibility lawsuits (a 177% increase from 2017) got filed, emphasizing the increased importance and focus on ADA compliance.
If you’re now wondering, “Is my website ADA compliant?” this article is here to help.
Keep reading to learn whether the Americans with Disabilities Act applies to your site, as well as how to check if a website is ADA compliant and how to make a website ADA compliant. If you need immediate help, contact us online or call us at 888-601-5359 to learn about our ADA compliance services!