In today's fast-paced digital landscape, selecting the right technology partner is a crucial decision for businesses of all sizes. Whether you're embarking on a new software development project or seeking ongoing technical support, your technology partner plays a pivotal role in your success. To help you make an informed choice, we'll delve into the top three deciding factors when choosing a technology partner. The 3 deciding factors?: Budget, Skills and Expertise, Reputation/Trust.
Category: Web Development
Our shopping habits have fundamentally been transformed by the growth of e-commerce. With a click of a button, we are able to purchase almost anything we need right from the comfort of our homes. However, as the e-commerce industry has grown, so has the demand for fast and efficient customer service.
E-commerce is booming, and businesses are taking their products and services online in greater numbers than ever before. Despite this, increasing competition can make it difficult to attract potential customers to your website and convert them into paying customers.
There are so many choices when it comes to your website designer/website developer. Quite frankly, it’s one of the easiest businesses to start. All you need is an email and a computer and you can open up your website business. But how do you filter out the bad from the good? Here are some key points that can clue you on to a better choice.
While uploading videos to YouTube may be easy, adding content to a channel doesn’t guarantee it will get viewed – there are far more factors at play. Pixability’s new report, “Top 100 Global Brands: Key Lessons for Success on YouTube”, looks at the ways in which the world’s most successful brands use YouTube to their advantage. The report notes seven habits that are consistently employed by the top brands:
The more high-quality content offers on your website, the better. But what’s the secret to turning your standard website into a lead-generating machine? Here are some tips:
By far the most frequent comment designers hear from clients is to make their logo bigger. Throughout the industry, we hear this with nearly every single project. In fact, it is actually a common joke within the creative industry, as this video demonstrates. While we understand your logo is a huge part of your brand’s visual component, it doesn't need to be extra large and bold. As designers, we don't decide to make your logo a small element without educated reasoning behind our decision.
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