Tag: websites

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What Best Remodeling Websites Have in Common?

If you are like most remodelers out there, maintaining your website is probably not one of the things that you are not confident about. Perhaps you do not even have the time to deal with it all. You need to take care of a lot of things – you do your best to keep your

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Is Mobile Experience for Websites Really Important?

Are you still not convinced that having a mobile-friendly website is important for your business? If so, do read on and you will find yourself without a doubt by the end of this post! What, Really, is a Mobile-Friendly Website? In a nutshell, a website that is mobile-friendly can easily and correctly display its pages

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How to Keep Your Website Alive

How many times have you felt frustrated and even disappointed with a website? You search for a product, a service, or even just a topic you had in mind. You click on a link and find what you like. Then you want to see what else is there only to find broken link after broken

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Does Your Website Need Regular Updates?

If you think of it, there is hardly any business nowadays that does not have its very own website. But just because a company has a website, does that automatically mean it’s going to be a really effective one and bring success?   Given the speed technology evolves, it may not be that easy to

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Colour Psychology and Your Business – Is There a Connection?

Colour affects our emotions and attitudes more than we probably realize. When our eyes see a colour,       they communicate with our hypothalamus (a region of our brain) that sends signals to the pituitary gland, then the endocrine system, and finally, the thyroid glands. The thyroid glands then signal the release of hormones which cause the

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