Making the jump from handling your own marketing collateral, social media, website, and strategy to hiring somebody else can be intimidating. Many of the options may sound so similar to each other and the descriptions are filled with jargon. How do you pick? We’ve lined out some of the main pros and cons for the main options and hope this will make your choice easier!
Whether you already have a website or are looking for someone to get you started, the process of finding the right web designer can be exhausting. Especially when you don’t have a lot of previous knowledge about what to even look out for. We’re here to help by providing you with this straightforward list of questions, which will help you root out anyone who doesn’t have your best interests in mind.
Images are a great way to communicate, but there is an overlooked danger in using images to replace text. Images that include text aren’t inherently bad, but there are some things to consider if you’re communicating only through image.
What is SEO? Search Engine Optimization (SEO) decides the order that websites appear in a search result for any given term. The higher up your website ranks, the more likely people are to click it. To simplify SEO, say you and your competitors each have a jar of marbles. The jar with the most marbles has the best SEO and will appear first on relevant searches.