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How to Choose a Web Design Company for Your Small Business Or Non-Profit

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 23, 2016

If you're not in the web design industry, it can be difficult to know how to choose a web design company for your small business or non-profit. There are lots of businesses out there who make a lot of promises when it comes to web design: guaranteed visitors, mobile responsiveness, sites that never need to be updated, etc. The truth is that buying a website is a lot like buying a car: some cars are great and are exactly as-advertised. Some are pretty good, but are overpriced and not worth your money. And others are downright lemons. Some Other Questions You…

3 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Design Your Own Website

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: May 17, 2017

Before you design your own website, consider what is best for your business or non-profit. Do you have the time, expertise, and resources to do a good job? Do you know best practices for mobile-ready web design in a world where smartphone usage is currently higher than 75%? Do you have the necessary skills to maintain your website after you build it? If you answered no to one or more of these questions, you should read this post before you make the decision to design your own website. You owe it to yourself to know what you're getting into before…

3 Steps for Logo Design That Works

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: March 30, 2016

Logo design is often neglected when creating a company's brand. But this is a paramount step that should follow the selection of colors for a brand, and should reflect the business's main activities.  A business's logo has a strong impact on its audience. A high-quality logo increases brand awareness, attracts new customers, and helps the company profit. Logo design that works can attract customers. When it doesn't work it can scare them away. So, the question is not whether you have to design a logo but in what way you have to do it. There are three stages of logo…

The 6 Biggest Web Design Mistakes Small Businesses Make

Relevance: 75%      Posted on: February 28, 2018

You’ve built a website that represents your business well. You took pictures. You created content for multiple pages. You purchased a domain and server space. You made your website live. So, why aren’t you getting the customer response you expected? You might have fallen prey to common web design mistakes that small businesses make. Even a few of these mistakes can drive all but the most loyal customers away. Web Design Mistake #1: Slow Loading Website With the advent of high-speed Internet, customers are no longer patient about waiting for webpages to load. Most customers will wait no longer than…

The 6 Biggest Web Design Mistakes Non-Profits Make

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: March 14, 2018

With a singular dream, conviction, and continual hard work, your nonprofit has made the journey from concept to reality. Every day your organization strives to live out its mission and vision while constantly trying to cultivate support. Your website can be a powerful tool to brand your organization and to cultivate the donors and volunteers that you need to sustain and grow. Unfortunately, your website can also drive away the support your organization needs if is not carefully crafted and maintained. Below are some of the biggest web design mistakes non-profits make and how you can avoid them. Web Design…

UX for Small Business: 3 Tips for Digital Success

Relevance: 67%      Posted on: February 14, 2018

If you run a small business with any kind of digital presence, you need to think about UX for small business. If you have a website, mobile app, or social media presence, you have users for those digital points of contact. And if you have users, then those users come with certain expectations. Whether those expectations are met determines whether they interact with you, become leads, or eventually become customers. This means that, regardless of the type of product or service you're selling, if you have a web presence, you need to think about user experience (or UX). What Is…

How to Spot a Bad Web Designer: 5 Warning Signs

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: May 24, 2017

Not sure how to spot a bad web designer? If you are a non-profit manager or small business owner, you may feel that you're dependent on the person you just hired to build your website or redesign your old one. You also might feel like it's difficult to tell the difference between a good web designer and a bad one. Below are 5 warning signs to look for before you sign that contract. Warning Sign #1: Offers to Work Without a Contract The first way to spot a bad web designer is that they frequently "offer" to work without a…

Website Redesigns: What to Do if You’re Not Happy With Your Website

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: August 2, 2017

If you're unhappy with your current website, chances are you're considering a website redesign. You may have really liked your website when it was launched, but now it feels dated. Maybe you never really got the design you were looking for. Or maybe you're having a hard time maintaining your website because the technology it runs on is confusing or not very usable. Before you launch a website redesign process, however, there are several things you should consider. When to Consider a Website Redesign In general, you should seriously consider a website redesign if any of the following is true:…

3 Tips for Running Non-Profit Email Marketing Campaigns

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: January 31, 2018

Non-profit email marketing can be deceptively difficult. You’ve got a mission. You’ve got a list of names and email addresses of those who have supported your organization with their time, labor, and financial contributions. How will you mobilize that list of emails to mobilize further support for your organization? Don’t be quick to think that simply having an email marketing service with a pretty design is all that you need to garner support. There is no denying that design can powerfully impact your messages to your supporters. Design can enhance your message by drawing attention to it. However, it is…

5 Website Must-Have Features for Small Businesses and Non-Profits

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: May 31, 2017

Website must-have features come and go. What is essential one year may be ineffective the next. If you are a non-profit manager or small business owner looking to build a website, or improve your current one, you may find yourself lost in the jargon of web design. Responsive? Single-page? CMS? Custom? Before you go chasing trends, read below to discover the 5 website must-have features that just about every organization needs. Won't This List of 'Website Must-Have Features' Be Outdated as Soon as It's Published? It's true that web design trends change on an almost daily basis, but when you're running…

UX and Product Management: An Interview With Marcin Treder, CEO of UXPin

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: August 3, 2016

Recently, we had the pleasure of talking with Marcin Treder, designer, psychologist, and CEO of UXPin. We asked him about the relationship between UX and product management and how UXPin is changing the industry. CONTENT GARDEN: We're big fans of UXPin at Content Garden, but for folks that may not be familiar with it, can you give us a brief rundown of what UXPin is and what it does? What kinds of problems can UXPin solve? MARCIN: UXPin is the product design platform helping companies build great digital products together. From the early wireframes, through prototypes to final mockups, we provide…

The Sharpest Tool For Businesses Is a UX Toolkit

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: January 13, 2016

If you have a website, mobile app, or social media presence, you have users for those digital points of contact. And if you have users, then those users come with certain expectations. Whether those expectations are met determines whether they interact with you, become leads, or eventually become customers. This means that, regardless of the type of product or service you're selling, if you have a web presence, you need to think about user experience (or UX). What a UX Toolkit Is and Why You Need One Let's start with what UX is, as that is a common question we…

3 Tips for Building a Non-Profit Website

Relevance: 46%      Posted on: October 25, 2017

Building a non-profit website is difficult for many organizations. Whether you're working with a non-profit as a volunteer or are a staff member or non-profit director, it can be difficult to find the resources necessary to develop a great website. At the same time, building a non-profit website that is effective, looks good, and provides visitors with relevant features is absolutely essential if you want your non-profit to be successful. That being said, a lot of the advice we gave for building a small business website will apply to building a non-profit website as well. There is some advice we have that is…

Building a Startup? Lean UX Is Your Best Friend

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: May 11, 2016

If you're a startup like us, you may struggle with user experience. Some of the questions that may plague you include: How many channels should you use to reach customers? What kinds of experiences do customers expect within those channels? What kinds of experiences do customers expect from the product or service you offer? Below we explore a philosophy we use to answer these questions that every startup should keep in mind: Lean UX. What Is Lean UX? Recently championed by Jeff Gothelf, Lean UX is an approach that tries to move as efficiently as possible through the design process.…

How Not to Get Locked Out of Your Own Website

Relevance: 45%      Posted on: January 18, 2017

Are you locked out of your own website? Did you sign a contract without really reading it and now you have to spend a fortune just to update your website? Did you pay for a website to be built and now it hasn't been updated in forever? Were you unaware you could be locked out of your own website? We are continually surprised by how many referral clients we get who have been locked out of their own website by another digital firm. Our first work for them typically involves digging them out of the contract they signed that granted…

3 Tips for Building a Small Business Website

Relevance: 44%      Posted on: October 18, 2017

If you're in the process of building a small business website, or have built one in the past, you know there are a lot of options available. Everywhere you go online these days there seem to be new tools available for building websites for little to no cost. You may also be wondering what option is best for your business. When clients ask us this question, we typically ask them about their goals and help them develop a website that will help them accomplish those goals. Not all website solutions are created equal, you see, and it's essential to find…

3 Ways Digital Marketing and UX Support Each Other

Relevance: 43%      Posted on: February 1, 2017

Digital marketing and UX support each other if each is used properly to further your business goals. As we mentioned in an article for Salesforce, when you are marketing your organization online, it's essential to think about how people will encounter that marketing. How will they use it? What will it look like on their screen? What will make them more likely to click, subscribe, or make a purchase? These are basic questions to consider when you're marketing, but they become especially important to think about when marketing online. If the experience your website provides to users contradicts your overall…

Top UX Tools of the Trade: Prototyping, Usability, and Content Management

Relevance: 41%      Posted on: January 20, 2016

In a previous post, I described why UX is essential to think about for any business who has a web presence. In this follow-up post, I'll talk about some of the best, and most affordable, UX tools of the trade for helping you assess and grow that web presence. What UX Tools of the Trade Look Like for the Average Business: Prototyping, Usability, and Content Management If you're reading this and you're not sure what UX is, read my previous post where I define it. Essentially, the average business needs to think about three regular activities that involve UX: prototyping, usability,…

3 Tips for Setting Up Your Small Business Website for Success

Relevance: 40%      Posted on: July 26, 2017

Your small business website is one of your most valuable business assets. It is probably the first thing new customers will see before they even visit your store. Consumers will make judgments about your business based on your website, both consciously and unconsciously. If you are doing e-commerce, the experience people have while shopping on your website will likely determine if they buy from you again in the future. Are you setting up your small business website for success? Or are you building a website that will chase consumers away from your business? What Are Best Practices for Small Business…

3 Things That Can Go Wrong With Your Website Migration Process

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: May 3, 2017

A website migration process can be needed if you're moving your website to a new domain, a new hosting provider, a new content management system (CMS), or if you're doing a complete redesign. If you are a small business owner or non-profit manager, however, you may find yourself confused by the various options available to you. Should you build a new website from scratch? Change your hosting? Change your domain? Change to a new CMS? In this post, we help you take some of the guesswork out of your website migration process. What Does Your Average Website Migration Process Look…

Top 5 Digital Marketing Myths: Smaller Organizations Beware

Relevance: 38%      Posted on: January 9, 2019

In an age when digital ad spending is overtaking traditional advertising, digital marketing myths are everywhere. Whether you are a small business owner, a non-profit manager, or even the head of a large company, you have probably been promised amazing returns for your investment in your website, social media, or online advertising. You may have encountered companies who guarantee such seemingly impossible feats as making you the #1 search result on Google for a low, low price. Like most things in life, it can be difficult to separate the truth from the hype when it comes to digital marketing, a…

3 Reasons You Should Usability Test Your Business Website

Relevance: 37%      Posted on: July 13, 2016

If you're like the vast majority of business owners, you’ve created a website to help make your business more easily accessible to customers. You may think that it stops there; you have the website, and so your users will just figure it out. However, you website might not be running on all cylinders, and could potentially use some minor (or sometimes major) fixes in order to get your users what they really need to get out of it. This is where usability testing your business website comes into play. In short, usability.gov defines usability testing as “evaluating a product or…

3 Tips for Keeping on Top of UX Trends

Relevance: 36%      Posted on: August 17, 2016

Digital technologies change all the time. The websites that were fashionable and user-friendly last year look hopelessly out-of-date this year. If you're a small business owner, you may struggle, as many of us do, to maintain an aesthetically-pleasing website that continues to be relevant. Here's a little secret to make you feel better: everyone does. All kinds of organizations struggle with the pace at which technologies change. Hospitals. Schools. Corporations. Local businesses. Large, multinational businesses. Even experts in technology. Especially them. If you'be been paying attention to any conversation involving digital technology, you've probably heard about this term "UX," short…

Why You Shouldn’t Sign a 12 Month Website Contract

Relevance: 33%      Posted on: June 28, 2017

Signing a 12 month website contract with a digital marketing agency is almost never a good idea. If you're a small business or non-profit, you have probably been offered a "deal" on a website in exchange for signing a 12 month contract with a digital marketing agency. Typically, this contract requires that any changes, redesigns, or updates go through the agency that built your website. Sometimes, the contract also offers a payment plan that allows you to pay for your website over 12 months. Though they may seem like a good idea at first glance, 12 month website contracts lock…

3 Tips for Launching a New Website for Your Small Business or Non-Profit

Relevance: 32%      Posted on: December 7, 2016

Launching a new website for your small business or non-profit can be stressful. Whether the new site is a redesign of your existing website or a completely new website, there are a lot of decisions to make. In no particular order, these decisions include: Logo: Do you want a new logo for your new website? How will this affect your branding in other places (i.e. signs, brochures, business cards, stationary, digital displays in your office, etc.)? Color Scheme: Any competent designer can help you brand your website effectively by using an appropriate color scheme, but what do you want this…

28 Things You Should Know Before Using WordPress

Relevance: 30%      Posted on: November 30, 2016

Non-profits and small businesses need to make smart financial decisions. This starts with your website. A from-scratch website can cost thousands of dollars and can take dozens of hours to build. You're much better off having your designer work from a content management system (CMS) such as WordPress, Joomla!, or Magento. And with so many blogs and websites using content management systems for web publishing, the market for free content management systems is constantly growing and improving. The popular open-source blogging platform WordPress is the leader in this market as it currently holds 59.3% of market share. If you're considering…

3 Great Email Newsletter Tools for Small Businesses

Relevance: 29%      Posted on: September 26, 2018

Email newsletter tools for small businesses seem to be a dime a dozen these days. Everywhere you look there's a new one. If you're a small business owner or work at a small business, you might be considering sending newsletters out to your current or potential customers and clients, but how do you get started? You may have even checked out our previous blog post that discussed how MailChimp's services could help you with your email marketing efforts. To help you get going with your email marketing efforts, below we review 3 email newsletter tools for small businesses: MailChimp, Venngage,…

The Complete Guide to Content Marketing for Small Business, Part 1: Finding Your Niche

Relevance: 28%      Posted on: August 31, 2016

If you're interested in content marketing for small business, you may be curious how it's different than content marketing for larger organizations. Content marketing is all the rage these days, and for good reason. As Joe Pulizzi, founder of the Content Marketing Institute, puts it: Consumers have shut off the traditional world of marketing. They own a DVR to skip television advertising, often ignore magazine advertising, and now have become so adept at online “surfing” that they can take in online information without a care for banners or buttons (making them irrelevant). Smart marketers understand that traditional marketing is becoming less and less effective…

Engage! The Importance of Using Calls to Action (CTAs) on Your Website

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: January 24, 2018

Websites can be powerful marketing tools: they can convert visitors into customers or donors. To do so, you need to include calls to action (CTAs) that guide your visitors. It is not enough anymore to simply create a website and wait for the magic to happen. If you build a website without a strategy, you may convert a few visitors into customers. But if you want your website to be a tool for customer or donor engagement, you need to strategically employ calls to action in your website design and content. What Are Calls to Action? A call to action is…

3 Ways Small Businesses Get Better Google Reviews

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: February 6, 2019

We often get asked how small businesses get better Google reviews. If you own a small business, chances are you've attracted a negative review or two. This review may have resulted from a mistake on your part or it could just be from an unreasonable customer. Either way: you need a plan in place to deal with negative reviews and to get more positive ones. Below are three ways clients we've worked with have gotten better Google Reviews. Way #1 That Small Businesses Get Better Google Reviews: Investigate the Source of Negative Reviews and Respond to Them The first way small businesses…

Do You Own a Website? Here’s What You Need to Know About Site Speed Optimization

Relevance: 24%      Posted on: January 27, 2016

When you launched your website, you likely put a lot of thought into your domain name and site design, but if you ignored your page speed, you’ve made a grave mistake. You need to think about site speed optimization, or tuning up your website to load as fast as possible. Website speed is not only factored into Google’s ranking algorithms, which means you’ll show up higher the search results, but it’s important for user experience as well. When you’re looking to please your site visitors, you’ll want to make sure your pages load fast. Below, I discuss why this factor…

25+ Common SEO Mistakes Small Businesses Make

Relevance: 23%      Posted on: May 16, 2018

If you're a small business owner, you may know that optimizing your website for search engines is a proven method through which you can improve your site's ranking in search engine results. Implementing the best SEO practices on your website can help increase brand visibility and improve organic traffic to your website. However, the reverse of this is also true: if you have implemented redundant SEO practices then it could result in issues like a higher bounce rate, low click-through-rate, and decrease in ranking. Avoid these common SEO mistakes if you want to improve the search presence of your website. Redundant SEO…

3 Tips for Running Small Business Email Marketing Campaigns

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: February 7, 2018

If you own a business and want to retain customers, you need to employ effective small business email marketing. Consumers want to be empowered to choose how they will interact with businesses that interest them and that they find to be worthwhile. Email marketing can be used to gain and retain loyalty amongst your customers. It’s important to start an email marketing campaign ethically and responsibly, however. Instead of paying for consumer information (such as names and emails), your business needs to entice customers to sign up for your newsletter. You need coax them to sign up while they are…

4 Myths About Industry-Specific Digital Marketing Solutions

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: September 5, 2018

Industry-specific digital marketing solutions are often touted by their sellers as tailored to the needs of a particular industry. Over the years, we've seen them crop up in healthcare, education, massage/wellness, realty, and the non-profit sector. Sometimes, these solutions provide a necessary stopgap for clients who need additional functionality from their website. Quite often, however, these tools end up being more trouble than they're worth. Below we talk about the biggest myths we've seen with these solutions and what to ask before you buy. Myth #1: Industry-Specific Digital Marketing Solutions Are Cheaper Than Building a Website Solutions like these are often…

5 Great Calls to Action for Small Businesses

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: August 22, 2018

In a crowded marketplace, it’s difficult for small businesses to get the attention that they deserve. Potential customers are inundated with advertisements on TV, radio and even at the gas station pump. Given the tendency of potential customers to tune out when they encounter advertising, it makes sense to draw them in using interactive online advertising. However, it is not enough to simply create online advertisements; small businesses must create compelling Calls to Action (CTAs) that engage potential customers. Here are 3 great calls to action for small businesses that you can use to attract potential customers. What's A Call…

Learn Usability: Online Class for the Society for Technical Communication

Relevance: 20%      Posted on: September 18, 2018

Looking to learn usability? Is your organization struggling to create usable websites, documentation, or applications? Are you getting a lot of customer complaints about your products or services and you’re not sure where to start? Guiseppe Getto, the President and Founder of Content Garden, will be teaching an online course for the Society for Technical Communication starting July 10th, 2018 entitled "Usability 101: What Every Organization Needs to Know." Why You Should Learn Usability Usability is still one of the main factors in customer retention, customer acquisition, and customer satisfaction. Many modern-day consumers won't buy from a poorly designed website. Follow-up content such as user documentation,…

How to Maintain a WordPress Website: A Step-by-Step Guide

Relevance: 19%      Posted on: July 12, 2017

Are you a business owner or non-profit manager looking for tips on how to maintain a WordPress website? In this post, we will take a look at the website maintenance best practices you should implement on your WordPress website in order to improve its performance and functionality. Implementing the following tips can help you achieve higher ranking in search results and increased website traffic. Following these tips will also help make your site more friendly to both website visitors and the robots that run search engines. How to Maintain a WordPress Website: The 6 Essential Steps There are lots of things…

What Features Should You Have on a Non-Profit Website?

Relevance: 18%      Posted on: November 2, 2016

Being a non-profit organization brings with it some special circumstances that are different from those of commercial businesses. The same goes for designing a website for a non-profit. In particular, there are four features any good non-profit website needs: A Donate Button A News Section or Blog A Description of Programs A Description of Volunteer Opportunities Why These Four? More often than not, users accessing a non-profit website will want to help the organization. Through donations, keeping up with the organization’s recent news, reading about programs that the non-profit runs, and considering volunteer opportunities, visitors to the site can immediately see…

What Features Should You Have on a Small Business Website?

Relevance: 17%      Posted on: November 16, 2016

As small business owners ourselves, we know figuring out what features you need on your small business website can be challenging. Do you need a blog? Mobile responsiveness? Deals? Coupons? The answer to these questions, of course, is: yes, maybe, or no depending on the nature of your business and your available budget. We'd say there are four features any good small business website needs, however: An About Us Section A News Section or Blog A Description of Available Services Optimization for Mobile Devices Why These Four? Users accessing a small business website will either be returning customers or potential future customers. You…

The 7 Best Free WordPress Themes for Small Businesses

Relevance: 16%      Posted on: February 24, 2016

Many businesses struggle to maintain a high-quality website. There can be many reasons for this, but the most common problem we see with our clients is when someone else builds a website for them and the client struggles to update their own content. Sometimes nefarious web designers will even lock clients out of their own website in order to charge them per hour for updating content. To help clients get out of this content trap, we recommend WordPress. WordPress is a content management system (CMS) that allows you to build a range of websites, from simple blogs to full-blown e-commerce…

3 Awesome and Cheap Content Marketing Tools for Small Businesses and Non-Profits

Relevance: 16%      Posted on: January 4, 2017

If you're looking for content marketing tools to help you promote your content online, you may find there aren't a lot available. Content marketing is relatively new in the world of marketing, and software developers are just now beginning to create packages that help people develop and deploy killer content. Many of these packages are incredibly expensive, however, and include thousands of dollars in miscellaneous "set-up fees," putting them out of reach for the average small business owner or non-profit manager. To help you get started with some of the tools we love, below we give our personal picks for…

Facebook Ads Pros and Cons for Small Businesses

Relevance: 16%      Posted on: April 19, 2017

If you read our previous post on paid online advertising, are a small business owner, or are just considering Facebook ads pros and cons, read on. Facebook ads are a relatively new feature for reaching customers through the popular social media site. Like any online advertising platform, however, there are benefits and drawbacks. Facebook ads are relatively easy to set up, but you want to make sure you select the right options to reach your specific objectives. You also want to make sure your ad is well-designed to appeal to Facebook users in your target demographic. Below we discuss all the Facebook ads pros…

Complete Guide to Launching a WordPress Site: Part 2 (Pre-launch)

Relevance: 16%      Posted on: March 9, 2016

In Part 1 of our 3-part series on launching a WordPress site, we discussed hosting, basic setup, and design. In Part 2, we tell you how to tune up your website for optimal SEO and overall functionality before launching it. There are several elements you want in place before launching a WordPress site, including some plug-ins that will help ensure your site performs well in search rankings and doesn't drive you crazy with spam. What's a "Plugin"? If you're new to launching a WordPress site you may not realize that the basic installation of the software only comes with a…

How to Create SEO-Friendly Product Pages for Your Website

Relevance: 15%      Posted on: August 16, 2017

Other than the home page, a website’s most important content is product pages. For lead or revenue generation, the products — the things you actually sell — must attract a lot of website traffic. By putting care into how you set up your product pages, you’ll improve their organic visibility on Google, and take full advantage of your SEO opportunity to drive more leads and revenue. Keyword Selection and Page Organization The first thing to do, of course, is select the right keywords for which to optimize your various product pages. At Straight North, we often talk to companies whose…

Gift Guide: The 5 Best Digital Marketing Books for Small Businesses and Non-Profits

Relevance: 15%      Posted on: December 14, 2016

If you're shopping for the entrepreneur or non-profit manager in your life, consider grabbing them one of the best digital marketing books for small businesses and non-profits. Smaller organizations often have to learn to be their own marketers. They often get periodic boosts from organizations like ours that cater to smaller organizations, but limited budgets mean that the rest of the time they need to learn to market themselves on their own. Below we give our personal picks for the 5 best digital marketing books for small businesses and non-profits. Consider picking these up yourself or giving them as a…

Being the Top Search Result on Google: Local vs National SEO

Relevance: 14%      Posted on: July 27, 2016

In a previous post, we mentioned that being the top search result on Google is today valued at about $1,000,000. To back up this claim, we mentioned that all the research we've conducted, plus all the research of the smart people we follow, points to the fact that there's no magic bullet for SEO anymore. Gone are the days when you could just keyword stuff to trick Google into thinking you have the best content. Google has gotten better and better at delivering optimized content to its users, which means it's harder and harder to achieve real results in Google…

Complete Guide to Launching a WordPress Site: Part 3 (Maintenance)

Relevance: 13%      Posted on: March 16, 2016

In Part 1 and Part 2 of our 3-part series on launching a WordPress site, we discussed hosting, basic setup, design, SEO, and overall functionality. In Part 3, we tell you how to maintain your new site post-launch. There are several things you'll want to consider as you continue to grow your website through WordPress, including regular maintenance updates, blogging, keeping content current, and social media. After Launching a WordPress Site: The Honeymoon Period After you first get done launching a WordPress site, if you're anything like us, you may find yourself checking our site over and over to ensure everything…

Complete Guide to Launching a WordPress Site: Part 1 (Setup)

Relevance: 12%      Posted on: March 2, 2016

This is the first post in a three-part series called the Complete Guide to Launching a WordPress Site that will tell you everything you need to know to set up, launch, and maintain a great-looking and high-performing WordPress website. So, you've taken our advice and decided launching a WordPress site for your business's website is the way to go. Great idea! Now you need to be guided through the process of launching a WordPress site. With their famous five-minute installation, WordPress websites are relatively easy to launch... if you know what you're doing by the time you get to that point.…