Tips

Need A Quick Holiday Card for Your Business?

Did you forget to send a holiday card to your clients? Don’t worry! With Mighty Mail, you can create a holiday Email in just a few easy steps. The zip file below is packed with web-ready holiday graphics to make a great holiday card. Download the file and then login to your Mighty Mail account. […]

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Having Email Problems With Your Smartphone?

Setting up your mobile email client seems straight forward enough, but if you encounter reoccurring issues with your mobile device, here are a few tips for troubleshooting. These tips should work regardless of your server, be it Google or any other server that is hosting your email. Reboot (power down & turn back on) your […]

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Is Facebook Your Small Business’ Substitute for a Website?

Facebook is a great tool for many small businesses to connect with their customers.  Any business serious about its web presence should include Facebook as part its its overall marketing strategy, but not rely on it as a replacement for a website.  To ensure that you are putting your best professional face forward, Facebook still […]

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Getting Started With Facebook

Have you waited to jump on the Facebook bandwagon? Maybe, it’s time to consider dropping all the excuses and joining the other 500 million people using Facebook. Facebook is a great tool to help you connect and stay connected with friends, family, classmates, neighbors, and business associates. Creating and maintaining an account couldn’t be easier, […]

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Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Blog

Blogging can be an extremely powerful tool in your marketing arsenal. Blogging can solidify your expertise, strengthen relationships with existing customers and clients, and help you acquire new leads. But like any tool there are some things you need to remember, and a things few you should avoid, to get the most out of your […]

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How Social Media Saved Lake Arrowhead When City Ad Budgets Ran Dry | Social Media Examiner

Businesses are discovering that social media marketing can be more cost effective and reach a larger, more targeted audience then many of the tools they currently deploy. Read how this California town turned to social media when budgets ran dry and they haven’t looked back. How Social Media Saved Lake Arrowhead When City Ad Budgets […]

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Why Web Standards Matter

We talk a lot about the importance of building standards compliant (specifically validating our sites xhtml 1.0 “strict”) semantic websites. Sounds like a lot of gobley gook . . . RIGHT? Well, until you consider that “xhtml strict”and semantic sites provide greater accessibility to a whole range of users employing any number of devices to […]

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Designing Better Websites

Since many business owners come to the web with a defined sense of who they are and what their product is, creating content can be easy. But creating a web site that visually compliments that content can be a bit vexing. This isn’t to say that you can’t have a great looking web site . […]

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Blog is a Four Letter Word

When it comes to writing blog posts it can be like pulling teeth. We build a lot of blogging components for clients along with obviously keeping our own blog. Often maintaining a blog can take a Herculean effort. “Hey, client work needs to be done! Contractors need to be paid! Who’s going to finish up […]

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One Page Websites

We have designed plenty of sites for businesses and individuals and the one thing I often find is not every client needs to have a full on multi-page web presence or have the desire to create it. Fact is, for some sites, most users are there for just a few reasons. One is to find […]

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