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Google will be releasing its Core Algorithm update this month – is your website ready? Studies have shown that Google users prefer websites with an excellent page experience and are more likely to convert on these. To meet these needs, Google is increasing the value of page experience metrics called Google Core Web Vitals…Read More →
You may already know minimalism as a trendy design scheme, but it isn’t a very specific aesthetic. Minimalist web design can go in many directions so long as the designer follows a set of guidelines and principles. While some graphic and web designers see minimalist design as more straightforward than other styles, it isn’t…Read More →
You depend on Facebook to connect with committed customers and expand your reach to new audiences. Most of this potential and existing customer base probably relies on Apple products, too – in Canada, the most recent data shows that almost 57% of smartphone users have an iOS device. What happens when these companies don’t…Read More →
Virtual sales can make business easy – for some, maybe too easy. When a small business adds online transactions, the sales can happen without them checking the inventory. As such, managing, organizing, and updating your online product numbers can slide. Precise inventory management is essential to online success. Knowing how to manage online store…Read More →
Connecting offline point-of-sale (POS) systems to online e-commerce platforms has never been more necessary. More and more shoppers want to take their money to small businesses, and an online platform that works in coordination with the brick-and-mortar side better meets their shopping needs. Syncing your e-commerce with your POS system will help you make the…Read More →
If you’re a small business owner, you know that marketing comes down to online visibility. You have the public on your side – they only need to find you! It’s why you have to appeal to the tools they use to find local shops: search engines. Your website should make it easy for search engines…Read More →
Often we’ll talk about appealing to Google with search engine optimization, but today, we’re focusing on the visitor! User experience is everything now, but you don’t just want your visitors to find your website easy to navigate – you want to make them say “wow!” Your wow factor can increase conversions, reduce bounce rates, and…Read More →