Once upon a time, making a handcrafted website was expensive and time consuming. Now, there’s a content management system called WordPress that changes that. WordPress is an open source tool that gives anyone the ability to manage content with ease. In fact, many famous bloggers, celebrities, and even some Fortune 500 companies use WordPress as their online publishing platform. It may very well be the fastest and least expensive way to get your business on the Internet.
When you are hacked, your website that has taken time to setup and build is vandalized with messages and pages that are not your own.
Building a professional website requires a level of expertise that only professional website designers have. Unfortunately, it ain’t easy being an expert. In
In today’s world, any business that strives to be competitive needs a professional website. The internet has become the source from which
Well the real answer is it’s complicated and changes over time as the software industry matures; first let’s look at history a bit.
I can't tell you how many times I've heard small business owners who want to sell online utter that proclamation (usually accompanied by a smattering of $%#!
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Anyone who is interested in a new website, whether it’s the owner’s first or fifth, should be aware of Content Management Systems (CMS).
Pioneer Sand, the nation's largest landscaping material supplier, approached Infront about building a new website for them, and we were happy to comply!
This is part two in a series of three blog posts called "The Melody Fusion Story." We are excited to announce that we have finally launched the Melody Fusion website! It's an online band promotion website where musicians can create a free account to spread the word about their music, increase their following, and connect with other musicians.
So Anheuser-Busch came out with it's famous, and successful "For all you do, this Bud's for you," advertising campaign in 1979. It makes sense - giving someone exactly what they want, personalized for them, as a reward for their efforts. But sometimes we have to say, "for all you do, this website's NOT for you."
We all hear the hype about content these days. The popular saying "Content is King" can be heard ringing from many a marketing blog and Content Strategist has become a very real profession. Content is good for your users, good for SEO and it's the "meat" of a website. So it seems strange to me that I often go into design kickoffs where the website content hasn't yet been considered... at all.
If you are having a website built on a small budget, there are two basic paths you can choose to help control your costs: 1) Have a designer realize your vision. 2) Let your designer choose the vision. Either way works fine, so long as you are clear which way you are going and stay the course throughout the design process. Here's what I mean...