Over the last few years, we kept on hearing experts say “You have to make your website mobile-friendly!” And in response, we heard business owners say “Sure, it would be nice if my website shows up pretty on a smart phone. But it’s not on the top of my priority list. My website can still be viewed on a smart phone” – and if this sounds like you, then you’re not alone.
All website owners want to get their sites built cheaply – as well they should – and there’s no reason to pay more than you have to (including paying nothing at all if your needs could be serviced by a Facebook page, Instagram account, or a WordPress.com blog). However, there are some common questions that arise when businesses begin shopping for a new (or renewed) site: “How much does a website cost?”
Today we’ll be talking about one of the least technical pieces of planning your new website, and one of the most important to get right: choosing a domain name. Your goals, in the order I’d put them in, are: Available. Memorable. Succinct and typeable. We’ll be going backwards through this list, to show how we brainstorm memorable and succinct domains until the right one that’s available comes up. Brevity: It’s
If you have a website, you’ve got data. Why is this important? According to this white label seo agency You now have an effective source of information to tell you when, where and why people visit—and leave—your website. And don’t fret if you’re not some hotshot analyst (or even a fan of numbers),there are multiple online tools to help you gather and break it down. Once you’ve got the info,