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Free Tools to Aid Your Web Design

February 25, 2014 by Sunil Gupta

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Good web design is so much more than simply making a website look good. You have to ensure it conforms to the standards put in place by Google. There are so many things you have to take into account with web design. Here are some free web design tools recommended by web design experts.[read more]

Webs Example Site Roundup: The Best of 2013

December 13, 2013 by Sarah Matista

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Every month or so we feature an exemplary website created by a Webs user, and talk about what makes their site effective. So today, in case you missed any along the way, we are going to go back and actually take a look at some highlights.[read more]

How Much Will it Cost to Build a Website?

September 19, 2013 by Jacey Gulden

How much does a website cost? As a web designer, this is without a doubt the most difficult question a person can ask me. This is the equivalent of asking “How much does a car cost?” or “How much does a vacation cost”? The only answer is simply, “it depends.”[read more]

Is Your Website Breaking the Law?

September 18, 2013 by Amanda Green

If you’re using snippets of code to create your website, or to add functionality like a shopping cart, make sure that you’re allowed to use those snippets for commercial purposes. If you borrow too much from existing web properties, you could be opening yourself up to litigation.[read more]

What Do Businesses Get from Social Media and Websites? [INFOGRAPHIC]

July 8, 2013 by Aaron Elliott

Among the advantages of having a social media presence is increased awareness of the organization. Generally, the more people who know a business, the better it is for that organization. A wider audience translates to more potential customers.[read more]

6 Reasons Your Website Isn't Good Enough

February 27, 2013 by Nate Goodman

Nine out of ten people that you talk to about your business have already looked online to begin their purchase decision. This isn't limited to just consumer purchasing either. This is also business to business shopping. Does your current website best reflect what you'd want purchasers to find prior to contacting you?[read more]

Is Your Business Ready for 2013?

December 10, 2012 by William Wells III

A new business year is right around the corner. How can you tell if you’re ready? If even ONE of these six indicators apply to you, then you’re not even close to being ready for 2013![read more]


Give 'Em the Business on Your Facebook Page

December 6, 2011 by Barry Feldman

Facebook is not a mall. It’s a social network. But then, if you’re trying to do business, doesn’t that make the goal of your Facebook Page to get your visitor to out of there and meet you over at your website where she can actually spend some dough?[read more]

Social Bookmarking: Why It’s Valuable

August 19, 2011 by Sarah Garcia

Let’s face it; the web is a vast, seemingly endless host of information and sometimes it can be hard to keep track of all the good stuff you find out there. This, my friends, is where social bookmarking comes into play.[read more]


5 Ways The ICANN TLD Announcement Will Affect SEO

August 1, 2011 by Alex Smith

Until now domain registration has evolved into a fairly straightforward process (unless of course you’re a big business fighting over a trademark), but the announcement from ICANN in the last few weeks has begun to shake up this part of the internet. Under the new legislation, ICANN has revealed a number of additional top-level domains...[read more]

Branding Moves Into Web Domains

June 22, 2011 by Jon Thomas

If you’ve tried to buy a web domain lately, the process can be daunting. With over 95 million sites registered with the .COM suffix, as well as another cool 35 million across the .NET, .ORG, .INFO, .BIZ AND .US. domain extensions (according to WHOIS), the pickin’s are slim. Many new companies even go as far as to develop their brand name...[read more]

How Google Views SEO Means Your Website Is Never Done!

January 17, 2011 by Daren Bach

It’s been repeated endlessly and yet the message seems to never get through! A website is not a one time, one-off project just to get to a permanent position of Google PageRank One. Visitor traffic and search engine indexing are constantly changing. SEO is an ongoing process reflecting movement and performance, which constantly...[read more]


Why Are Big Brands Starting to Promote Facebook Pages Instead of Websites?

October 6, 2010 by Keredy Stott

It’s not a new concept for companies to promote their Facebook pages - whether in store, via their website or for a dedicated page campaign - as they scurry to acquire fans in a race against their competitors. However, over the past few months some big brands have caught my eye - Facebook addresses have started to appear where one is...[read more]

No Place Like Home: Is Facebook the Wizard of Your Oz?

September 9, 2010 by Gini Dietrich

Businesses are flocking to Facebook these days, and with more than 500 million users, it’s easy to see why. But we must be careful not to let Facebook become the wizard of our Oz. Nearly everyone wants to direct your attention to Facebook. Small and large businesses are spending lots of money to get us all to their Facebook pages, stay...[read more]