This is a basic overview of websites in the age of Google. Hopefully it will help the small company have a presence when people do Google searches. This is a ‘throw it at you’ article, so please add questions and comments so I can add additional information that I might have missed.
If you haven’t created a website before, or don’t know what a ‘website host server’ is and how to connect to one to upload your website information using FileZilla or some other program, this all might be over your head. The goal here is to help those who have basic knowledge and then to help them ‘get on top of the hill’ so they (their website) can be seen by more people, thus helping their business.
Continue reading “Basics of Small Business Web Presence”
For some 17 years we’ve been building our own websites at SimpleTwig. One of our first websites had a simple roll-over buttons, a very cool feature in the late 1990’s.
Continue reading “[web] Creating a robust web presence: Hierarchical Organization”
Inserting images in one’s email signature, that don’t appear as attachments in your email, creates a signature similar to how mine works. This is the information you’ll need to make it work for you. As you can see (if I sent you an email) I have images, that link to different things, and I don’t have any attachments.
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Upon chatting with my client about various topics he mentioned that he wasn’t getting the type of response he was hoping for from Google Ads he had placed despite people clicking through to his website. Taking a look, I could see his problem. Continue reading “[WEB] Website Design for Fellow Architect”