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GDPR Compliance
Digital

GDPR Compliance

It is important to make sure your website is compliant with the guidelines of General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The purpose of this legislation is to reinforce individuals’ rights pertaining…

Common marketing mistakes
Marketing

Stop Making the 5 Most Common Marketing Mistakes

Do-it-yourself marketing is very common in planning today, and at times, it’s the perfect way to get your business’ marketing plan started at a low price. It’s important to consider…

website makeover
Digital

A Business New Year Resolution to Follow: A Website Makeover

Internet marketing opportunities have been growing at faster rates every year, and the importance of your website is higher than ever. Your website is how you tell your business’s story…

hacking
Digital

Hacking: Is Your Website at Risk?

Being hacked is pretty common. From large-scale companies to small businesses, everyone remains a target to online hackers devoting their time to stealing information and money from innocent online users…

advertising budget
Traditional

Tips to Plan a Great Advertising Budget

Marketing and advertising are some of the most important and essential aspects of planning and maintaining a business. To execute a good marketing plan that will be sure to promote…

blogs
Digital

Blogs and Emails: How Do You Know Your Target Audience is Reading?

Creating a successful blog or email campaign is about one thing:  content. Here are a few tips to help make your emails and blogs reader-friendly and visually appealing, while helping…

web hosting
Digital

What You Should Expect When Having an Agency Host Your Webpage

One of the most unanticipated, but most important, expenses that businesses will need to plan for is a web hosting cost. While it may seem like an expensive cost when…

Digital

How Do You Know When It’s Time for a Website Refresh?

Your webpage is the most important information source for potential and current customers. On average, according to the Nielson Norman Research Group, users will leave a webpage in 10-20 seconds…