September 25, 2015 Denver, CO If you’ve checked your Google Analytics and you’re like the vast majority of websites on the Internet, you’ve probably noticed that your bounce rate is very high. In the 80% plus range. Bounce rate is a statistic that refers to the number of visits to your website that immediately leave […]
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Liv Syptak was looking to rebrand her career coaching business, previously IntoTrue.com. We worked together to showcase her new brand on a new website. Focusing on a clean, simple look we were able to make her site personal and professional. Her website transitioned from motivational poster to posterchild for career motivation and it’s everything she […]
Hilary DePolo is a visual art consultant who specializes in helping businesses acquire a unique art program and improve the look of their office space. She wanted to simplify her website, take away the distractions, put forth her professionalism, and showcase her art. So we built a specific portfolio page and showcased her experience on […]
Gina Saab is a Denver native real estate agent. She wanted a website designed to showcase her and reach more hopeful buyers and excited sellers. Gina tends to sell more urban, modern homes so we showcased that with the photos on her site. Check out Gina’s new site at www.SaabPropertiesDenver.com and give her a call if […]
Moore Than Mud sells high quality mud products that rejuvenate the body. We wanted to have a spa theme but showcase her specialty mud products. Her site is serene and calming, almost making you feel like you stepped into a spa yourself. Her products are amazing and you can check out her site at www.moorthanmud.com. […]
Connie Kraska is a Denver native that has helped many buyers and sellers find their dream home in the Denver area. Her big personality shines through as soon as you meet her and we wanted that sparkly personality reflected on the website. Her gold and white themed wedding happened to coincide with the website project […]
WYSIWYG. Pronounced wizzy-wig, it stands for What You See Is What You Get. It’s a common term in software development, used to describe the type of user interface we see in MS Word and WordPress, but it also applies to the real world. Tomorrow, I’m going to talk about the 7 Questions to Ask BEFORE […]
Does your business have a website? Here are a few tips to help you turn it into a lead generating machine.
Most brands concentrate their email marketing efforts on promotional emails and discounts. Subscribers expect the same rusty messages in their inboxes. This leads to the dismissal of emails—subscribers ignore, delete, unsubscribe, or worse—report emails as spam. As a result, companies miss powerful, direct connections to customers. A customer should want to read a brand’s email, […]
March 27, 2015 Denver, CO This week, I wanted to take a moment to recognize two of our clients and the amazing work they do. But first, an important notice… Starting on April 21st, Google will stop showing non-mobile-friendly websites in mobile search results. If your site isn’t responsive to different screen sizes, you’ll only […]