Web Design and SEO

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Ready, Set, Pizza: Ingredients for a Supreme Website (Infographic)

By Gina Young / September 28, 2020

Do you want your website to delight your customers as much as a tasty pizza and convert even more new business? Maybe you need to see how to enhance your website and include 2021’s biggest trends in a different way. In this infographic, you’ll find the ingredients and design elements you need for a supreme…

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7 Juicy SEO Tips Recap: Tip #3 Test Your User Experience

By Peggy Moore / July 22, 2020

Our second Squeeze the Day webinar premiered on Thursday, June 18th. In this blog post, we highlight the third key takeaway: Get Testy. #3 Get Testy Why isn’t your site ranking? Google, by lowering the overall rank of your website, is saying that your website isn’t up to snuff. To find out if your website…

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How to Write a Services Page for Your Website

How to Write a Services Page That Gets Found and Turns Visitors into Leads

By Margee Moore / December 16, 2019

Pretend like you’ve never visited your website and have never heard of your company before. Now take a look at your website’s home page and services pages. Is it clear right from the get-go on your website what your company actually does? And most of all, is it clear what problems you solve for customers?…

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How much should a new website cost?

How Much Should a New Website Cost?

By Gina Young / October 16, 2019

How much should a new website cost? That’s a question we are asked all the time! All brands and websites start somewhere. Websites are working 24/7 to drive people to your business. A bad website is already costing you more missed opportunities than you may believe. If your organization does something well, has the best…

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22 Best StoryBrand Examples for 2022: Grab Our Free Download

By Margee Moore / July 29, 2019

Today, people are skim readers. If your website “offer” or the copy “above the fold” doesn’t grab them immediately in an aspirational way, you’ve lost them. In Donald Miller’s book, Building a Story Brand, he shares many great StoryBrand examples of “offer” or “hero statements” that sell by focusing on helping the customer be the…

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