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Simple Website Do's and Don'ts Every Business Should Follow

Posted by Boaz Willinger
30
November 2015
Simple Website Do's and Don'ts Every Business Should Follow
The great thing about the Internet is that company websites can be built by anyone. The bad thing is that company websites can be built by anyone. You can hire your friend's nephew, who did a site for his school band, or you can spend millions. But whatever way you go, you need to ensure ...
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You Won't Believe What Google Analytics Can Teach You About Your Business

Posted by Boaz Willinger
12
November 2015
You Won't Believe What Google Analytics Can Teach You About Your Business
Google Analytics is a free web analytics tool that provides data about your website, and digital marketing efforts. It allows you to track all the traffic on the website, and what sources directed that traffic. So, how does this help your business? By utilizing the five Google Analytic...
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The Importance Of Colours On Your Website

Posted by Boaz Willinger
9
October 2015
The Importance Of Colours On Your Website
Just like the colours of rooms in our homes or offices, website colours evoke emotions and feelings. Your website colours schemes should reflect what your business does, who your target audience is, and what emotions you want your customers to feel and associate with your brand. Below we brie...
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Why You Need to Fire Your Website If It's Not Working For You

Posted by Paul Ackermann
1
October 2015
Why You Need to Fire Your Website If It's Not Working For You
A while back, I learned about a strategy that's commonly used in sales management. The idea goes: You're better off having no breath, than bad breath, when it comes to representing your company. I've seen the value in this strategy, time and time again. The idea is simple: havi...
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Do You Control Your Company Website, or Does it Control You?

Posted by Benoît Mercier
30
July 2015
Do You Control Your Company Website, or Does it Control You?
If you're an entrepreneur or a small business owner, you thrive by being in control of your business. You call the shots; you decide what to do, when to do it, and how it gets done. After all, you've built the business from the ground up based on your vision; you've put in the hard wo...
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3 Ways Consumer Psychology Can Drive Conversions

Posted by Boaz Willinger
25
April 2018
3 Ways Consumer Psychology Can Drive Conversions
Once derided as pseudoscience, consumer psychology has become a cornerstone of marketing theory and it's important to understand how to use ...
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Alexa, How Does Voice Search Differ from Text Search?

Posted by Boaz Willinger
26
March 2018
Alexa, How Does Voice Search Differ from Text Search?
If you're a parent, Alexa or Google Home has probably made managing your family a little easier, from updating after-school shopping lists f...
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How Your Business Will Benefit From Having a Blog

Posted by Boaz Willinger
22
February 2018
How Your Business Will Benefit From Having a Blog
You had the best of intentions when you started your business blog; regular updates, interesting content, giving your company a distinctive voic...
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