Way back in 2016 we wrote a blog post about where your business should be in social media. A lot has changed since then. Could we be looking at the death of social media as we know it? The question still applies: should your business be in social media? It depends. Let’s jump in. To
From time to time we get a call or email from a potential client that has NO access to their website. They want us to help. However, without website connection information we can’t do anything. What is that? I’m glad you asked. For the typical client we have the following connections stored in our customer
Since 2014 Google has discussed/posted that they were considering decreasing a site’s search engine results if you didn’t have a secure site. What is that? An example first. You see it the most when you shop online or even use facebook. For instance you’ll see in the address bar https://www.awebsite.com vs http://www.awebsite.com. Notice the difference
Many sites these days use WordPress, Joomla or Drupal. In fact this very site uses WordPress. They are what’s called in the biz a Content Management System or CMS. They are beneficial for many websites and very popular to use. Each CMS has it’s pros & cons. WordPress will work for many sites, including possibly
Look at that. It’s all sparkly and smells brand new. It’s such a great feeling and sense to have! What am I writing about? The brand new, fresh on the server website for us truly: Bull & Company. It took longer than expected, but for a good reason: we were taking care of client’s sites & projects. There was all the same nervousness and flurry of activity to launch it as we do for all of our clients. We find this very interesting since we do this all day, every day. We love it!