When it comes to search engine optimization for a new website, some businesses can be intimidated due to the amount of information out there. And often, if they don’t have the help of an experienced in-house SEO or consultant, they will do nothing. Today, we’re going to look at some easy things you can do… Read More »
A favicon is the image you just before a website’s url that is used as a placeholder in your browser’s favorites or bookmarks.. See below. Just like a logo, the favicon is a symbol of your company as it is represented online Creating the .ico file If your company already has a logo.. then all… Read More »
Tuesday November 8th, 2011 – Contributed by Sarah Gabot Landing on a disorganized rental website feels like walking into a cluttered house. Prospective renters viewing a disorganized website may become overwhelmed, turned off and eventually leave. You want prospective renters to feel immediately at ease navigating through your website. Rental hunters are likely on your… Read More »
October 24, 2009 By: Jeff Manson Author’s Website: http://www.adrhi.com Design your site for your users and not your ego. Lets face it, most users landing on a real estate site are most interested in searching for properties not whether you are a GRI, CRS, CRE, ABR, SRES, etc…. I think you get the point. I… Read More »
You Need A Call To Action.
Web Site Performance Improvement Increasing and maintaining targeted web site traffic volumes is an ongoing task requiring commitment from all web site stakeholders and must become part of the company’s strategic planning. The processes required to maintain and increase web site traffic, and remain competitive are numerous and at times complex. The development of a… Read More »