Posts Tagged ‘web design’

SEO for Start-ups: Risks to Take and Risks to Avoid

The online world has become too powerful and pervasive to ignore. There are over 67,000 searches performed on Google on a single day! More than 93% of purchase experiences begin on search engines. If you are with a start-up already struggling with cash flow, you stand to make or break your business based on gaining…

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6 Reasons NOT To Buy a Custom WordPress Theme

It’s no secret to clients and colleague alike…I’m a huge fan of WordPress for a variety of reasons (ease of use, extensibility, frequency of security updates, etc.). One of its huge strengths is the availability of a large number of themes. Yet, I regularly get asked the question, “Why shouldn’t I buy a custom WordPress…

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Responsive Websites Are Good For SEO

I am a huge proponent of responsive websites and responsive web design. Having completed an in-depth analysis about the topic very recently, this is a subject that is near and dear to me. Today I was happy to come across a new video from Google’s Head of Webspam Matt Cutts on exactly this topic. On…

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How to Find Free Frameworks for WordPress

Enjoy the following guest post focused on how and where to track down free frameworks to use when building your own WordPress theme, courtesy of SEO Nick Robson. The views expressed in this post are those of the author and not necessarily that of Return On Now. In today‚Äôs business environment, more and more people…

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How to Work With Web Designers Better

Today we bring you another guest post from Linda Phillips, who represents YarraWeb out of Melbourne, Australia. Feature Image Courtesy of Andrew Mager on Flickr. Web designers and their clients have a famously strained relationship, and this is largely due to communication problems. Web designer must often second guess what the business owner wants, while…

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