Website accessibility guidelines and standards exist to make the Internet usable by a larger population. Web accessibility is critical for government and health care provider websites, but even small businesses should take web accessibility serious. Many small businesses have websites built with WordPress and WordPress accessibility can be tricky, requiring extra attention to details from the designers, developers, and anyone creating or editing website content. Let’s take a look at what web accessibility is and
Local SEO is the key to succeeding online for retail stores and local professional services. Google knows when to serve local search results and without good local SEO signals, you’ll be left behind. If a web searcher is looking for an electrician, Google is likely going to show electricians relevant to where that person searched from. It’s important to identify the most valuable searches and to follow best practices for local SEO. If you send
How to Reduce Shopping Cart Abandonment and Improve Sales Your e-commerce website might already bring in sales, but the real question is, how much money are you leaving on the table? According to 30+ studies on shopping cart abandonment, over 70% of shopping carts get abandoned. Lost. Forgotten. Gone. Poof! Your website visitors are shopping but they aren’t checking out. Why do customers abandon their shopping carts? We’ve put together a list of 21 reasons
Can you believe it? It’s already April! 2019 is moving fast and it’s easy to get caught up in the day to day activities of life. With Spring already here, it’s time to clean out your garage and prepare for months of yard work. Similar to a house, maintaining your WordPress website is an important task.
Why and How to Sell on Fiverr? We’ve been offering web design services on Fiverr for several years. We first joined the platform in 2012, but didn’t include it as a focus in our business strategy until about 2015.
How to Keep Your WordPress Website Safe and Secure in 2019 WordPress is the most popular content management system on the web. At least 25% of all websites run on WordPress. Because of this, it also attracts hackers looking to break into unsecured or poorly secured WordPress websites. These attacks can be malicious in nature, or just plain annoying.