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Manuvigating a website

No, "manuvigating" is not a real word, even in the strange world of tech language. I first heard the word by a friend of mine, Les, when we were in college, many (ahem, many) years ago. What he meant was the ease of getting around.

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What does optimizing a website mean and how is it done?

Optimizing a website, also called Search Engine Optimization (SEO), means to put in the best words/phrases that match what the website is selling or offering.

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When does it make sense to hire a photographer?

Hiring a professional photographer can be very beneficial for certain businesses. However, many businesses can use photos from a stock photo agency or from its own cache.

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What is the best way to present the words on my site?

Here are basic tips to make it easier for people to read your text content, kept engaged and to get the most out of what you wrote.

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What to look for in a Web designer/developer

I am always hearing stories from clients about some disaster that occurred with their last Web developer.

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How long does it take to build a website?

For a small-medium sized, the timeline is usually 3-6 weeks. This timing takes into account there will be some waiting for content and decision making. Larger sites, especially when there is a team of people involved, will take longer.

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  • Website Design & Redesign
  • 1 Website, 1 Database, All Devices
  • Content Management Systems
  • Custom Design for Artists
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Mobile & Responsive Design
  • Project Management
  • Digital Photography & Hi-Def Video
  • Internet/Traditional Marketing
  • Web & Graphic Redesign
  • Web Design & Development
  • E-commerce Solutions
  • Copywriting, Editing & Logos
  • Social Media & Marketing
  • Web Training & Maintenance
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