There’s no denying that as of the last thirty to forty years our technology has been exponentially growing. What does this mean exactly? What it means is that we’ve entered an age of innovation.
With the potential to sell to millions (or possibly billions) of people, why would you not take the time to create your own or have someone develop your own website?
There are many things it takes to get a business started and given that a digital presence is the standard now, do you know what you should be doing to get your business web-ready?
There are many things you can do to bring your site load time down to that magical three second mark. Today we’re going to focus on the benefits of one way; AMP’s.
No matter where you go to find the latest and greatest of Denver SEO tactics, inevitably an article will stress the need for “great content”. Even from Google itself, the main idea behind succeeding in organic search results is to have “great content”.
There are countless engaging elements that you can add to any site. From beautiful pictures to eye-catching transitions between sections, all with the intention of keeping visitors engaged and thrilled to stay or come back to your site at a later time.
Branding in 2018 has changed from what it used to be. This probably doesn’t come across as very shocking news but there’s still a big push on social media to get the attention of people but the information is now being introduced in a brand new way that has to eventually be embraced by your company if you want to stay relevant. I’m talking about video of course.
You might have heard the term used but are not quite familiar with it. Was is an SVG? A Scalable Vector Graphics file, simply put, is a vector file (an image that’s easier to change) that will work on a website.