SlyFox is a London, Ontario-based marketing and design firm catering to the needs and budgets of local entrepreneurs and business owners. Explore our blog for our latest insights and tips!
Does your business make customer service easy? Small businesses set up websites for many reasons, including how they improve the handling of complaints and issues. Customers can be hesitant to pick up the phone and call a support line – these days, they want immediacy, convenience, and to know that someone is on the other…Read More →
Many people consider Google Drive as a cloud and sync service, but it’s so much more than that. The G Suite of online programs – Google Drive, Documents, Sheets, Slides, etc. – make it easy to share work and collaborate on projects with our clients.Read More →
Sharing is one of the best parts of the internet. Asking for permission before regramming or reposting someone else’s social media content is pretty basic etiquette. But not everyone thinks this way – they will take a piece of content and share it on their personal or business pages without thinking about who made it…Read More →
Are you looking to add eCommerce to your website and boost your physical shop? Successful online stores follow different web design rules than other types of sites. Here are five critical guidelines we follow when setting small businesses up with eCommerce! Rule #1: Keep The Design Simple Having a lot of features might sound impressive,…Read More →
One of the best ways to improve business is by attracting more people to your website, and this starts by getting the attention of search engines. SlyFox’s SEO program helps small business owners across London and Ontario get this attention, making user-friendly websites that rank higher in search engines. How does SEO translate into more…Read More →
SlyFox Web Design & Marketing was featured in London Inc. magazine. This article is about our very own social media strategist, Michelle Faulds! Read the article below: Making your potential clickRead More →
Website designers and developers have to build their products with a wide range of screen sizes in mind. From huge desktop monitors to the little screens of smartwatches, people can access information in more ways than ever. How do developers make sure the site scales to every device possible?Read More →