You can have a website but that doesn’t mean that its converting. Are you making sales, getting quote requests or bookings? Is your site beautiful but not optimized? Is your site optimized but not beautiful? Do you have no idea what any of this means? I’m a web developer, designer and owner of Mint Design Agency. My business partner is an SEO genius and together we build amazing converting websites. Here are some important elements
A responsive website is key to driving traffic to small businesses. What is a responsive website and why is it so essential for driving traffic to small businesses? A website is considered responsive if it is able to adapt to devices of all screen sizes. In other words, the website is able to reformat itself and maintain its functionality across all devices. With the rise of smartphone and tablet usage in the last decade, the
So you’re finally ready to get your website built, you sit down in front of your computer and begin the daunting task of finding a developer. You’ve heard so many horror stories about web developers that you are afraid to even start looking….but it must be done. Where do you start?? The first thing you need to do is know what you’re looking for. Easier said than done right? It’s actually easier than you thought!
What worked last year may not work this year. That’s technology in a nutshell. Here are the top 5 mistakes you can make on your website in 2018. 5. Popups not used properly Yes, they are useful and yes they work..in moderation and used right. Overuse of pop ups and using them at the wrong time proves unsuccessful. Have you ever been on a site that has a pop up pop up after you close
I get asked the same 2 questions from prospective clients during our initial consultation. “What do you need from me?” and “How long will this take?”. I tell every client the same thing, “A developer is only as good as their client!”. What do I mean by this? Even the best developers and designers can only create your perfect site if you give them what they need. The problem is, most people don’t know what
What makes someone go with a freelancer or a firm when having their website built? What is your initial instinct? I’m a freelancer so I wanted to see what the consensus was. I did some research and I was a surprised at the number of websites on the front page of Google that bashed freelancers. It makes sense though. They are big firms that have huge SEO campaigns in place which is why they are
Choosing a theme is the key. It provides or inhibits your sites functionality and just as important it affects the entire look and feel of your website. There isn’t one perfect theme out there. The purpose of your website of course determines what theme is the right fit for you. I’ve been a WordPress developer for over 6 years so I’ve learned what to look for in a theme. It’s not always the pretty picture