We are excited to announce that we have moved into a brand new space.
There's a lot of information out there on what you should or shouldn't do with your website and your web presence overall. Sometimes that info is good, but sometimes its out-of-date or just really wrong. We figured it might help to address some common website and web presence misconceptions. Below we've outlined four things you might think you need but probably don't --- and what you should do instead. Enjoy.
Here's a look at how you can tweak your website so it shows up on Google more.
The SEO world is constantly changing and evolving. It can be hard to keep up --- especially if you don’t normally follow the field and you’re busy running a business.
In the course of managing several hundred websites, we've seen it all when it comes to domains. We've also seen that many business owners aren't aware of the dangers of not understanding basic domain information.
Back in 2014, KOHLER asked us to develop and offer a website system for all of their dealers and provide the service to the ones interested. We ended up developing websites for over 60 KOHLER dealers across the country. Then around late 2016, KOHLER developed a microsite system and required it for all platinum dealers and above. So it's likely you now have two, three, maybe even four websites if you have a Generac site as well.
Having trouble recruiting top talent for your ambulance company? Struggling to keep up with staffing all of the rides you can provide?
Ready to have customers find your local business online? Not sure where to start? Well you better get ready to get very familiar with Google my business. You may not know of it by name, but you’ve certainly interacted with it.
Not once did I ever think about moving on from JAM Graphics, but alas, the time has come to say goodbye to the company that welcomed me into its ranks almost seven years ago. They say if you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life. Well, I truly enjoyed what I did at JAM Graphics. Starting out as a Jr. Web Designer back in March of 2011, I was fresh out of college, new to the professional web design world, and eager to prove myself.