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Your Cheap WordPress Hosting Costs More Than You Think!

November 9, 2017

With so many hosting options for your website, you can easily get overwhelmed and choose something more out of convenience or low price rather than quality. Bargain hosting is usually bargain hosting for a reason. Security issues, slow performance, poor technical support, and a lack of features are all common complaints of bargain hosting. If you pay for Google AdWords or other digital marketing ads, then just a few visitors…

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The Benefits of Payment Forms

October 18, 2016

Now more than ever, goods and services are being bought over the internet. From a business perspective, ecommerce was a very difficult proposition, involving complex, and very expensive, payment gateways in order to have secure transactions on a website. The expense of setting up payments simply wasn’t worth it to non-profits or small, newly-formed businesses. PayPal was the first to provide an inexpensive alternative payment gateway, and since then, several…

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Why SEO, PPC, and Social Are Not Enough

August 20, 2015

If you are familiar with Abraham Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, then you’ve probably seen the pyramid that defines different levels of a person’s motivational needs. The idea is that if you fulfill level after level of these needs, you become motivated and can eventually reach your full potential, which is called “self-actualization.” In order to reach self-actualization, you must first satisfy each need, making your way from the bottom of the pyramid to…

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What’s New in Website Design?

December 18, 2014

Responsive Design Every website built by Boom Visibility since the start of 2014 is a ‘responsive design.’  This is the best way to handle today’s wide variety of displays.  An iPhone 3GS has a screen resolution that is 320 pixels wide, while many desktop monitors are 2000 pixels wide.  Imagine trying to design something to display information on a business card that also has to display the same information on…

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What does a website cost? The 6 most important factors that go into pricing a website project

July 10, 2014

Your business needs a website, but you’re unsure of where to start. You want the site to be affordable, but you also need something dynamic to impress clients. You can ‘DIY’ it for a small monthly fee on Squarespace or Wix, but if you really want it to look professional, and be able to attract new customers, you should seek the help of a web design company.  For a basic…

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Great Online Tools for Web Designers

May 15, 2014

Designing and the creating a website can be a strenuous and time consuming process. You have to come up with the design concept and then figure out a way to bring that image in your head to life. The latter can prove to be somewhat frustrating when you are going for a modern, edgy design. Now with that being said, there are some helpful tools out there to alleviate and expedite…

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Best Stock Photo Sites

June 27, 2013

When it comes to stock photos, there’s a wealth of images floating around, but it’s never easy to choose the right subscription service. While some sites offer a “pay-as-you-go” plan, others require users to purchase a subscription that can be costly. Some sites even host a ton of free images. So, what’s the best site out there?  We break it down to give you a little bit of everything, from…

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Mobile Websites vs Responsive – Don’t redesign your Desktop site just yet

December 21, 2012

The buzz in the industry seems to be that responsive design is the wave of the future. Many people feel that creating a mobile site is a waste of time, for three main reasons: Need to create different designs for each site Need to update content on 2 different websites Additional cost for development of the mobile site I think responsive is a great solution for a new website, but…

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