Top 6 Reasons Why Websites Don’t Perform

| August 28, 2009

You’ve spent weeks, or months, to finally get your own website built and online.  Time goes by, your site gets a few visitors, you’ve even made it into the search engines, but you’re not seeing too much sales activity.  Is it worth it to keep paying the hosting bill?  You bet it is – it’s […]

Give Your Customers What They Want

| February 17, 2009

The decision on what type of content to place on a website is usually always made by people within the company.  While it is important for a company’s stakeholders to determine how much and what type of information to put out there for visitors to their website, it is even more important that they give […]

More Americans Frequenting The Internet

| February 5, 2009

A recent Gallup Poll completed in December 2008 has found that American’s use of the Internet has almost doubled in the past five years.  48% of adults reported that they use the Internet for at least one hour a day, as opposed to only 26% in 2002.Although overall use of the Internet is up, the […]

Your Website is NOT Just a Store

| January 2, 2009

Many of us are guilty of believing that our websites are just online stores where we should neatly arrange the products that we have for sale.  We forget, or maybe just don’t realize, that it is the non-product content that actually draws visitors to our site.  Content is also one of the biggest factors in […]

Website Review of the Spoonful of Sugar Blog

| August 12, 2008

A Spoonful Of Sugar is a great blog run by Lisa and Sarah Cox, a mother and daughter team (40 something and 11 years) who love all things crafty, baking, reading, movies and chocolate.  Lisa says “we just love to sew, craft and bake and decided to start a blog together to share our sewing […]