We interviewed Matt Zertuche of Paymintz recently to ask him about how non-traditional industries can accept credit card and crypto payments. As the world changes, new ways of collecting payments from customers are adapting and we were incredibly interested in knowing more about this topic. Continue reading How To Accept Credit Card Payments When You Are in a High Risk Industry
WordPress is a great balance of freedom and control — not as restrictive as some ‘build a beautiful website’ platforms, it still doesn’t require coding skill or IT chops. And whether you’re hiring a developer or doing it yourself, you can get a good-looking, functional website that brings in actual customers without breaking the bank or tearing out all your hair.
Until it quits working. Continue reading Is Your WordPress Website Broken?
It’s one thing to have a broken website, but it doubly stinks to find out it hurts your website’s ability to show up in Google. In this post, we’re going to go over why having a broken website damages your ability to show up in Google. Continue reading Why Broken Websites Are Bad For SEO
There is a lot to think about when creating or redesigning a website. Some businesses get seduced by all the latest bells and whistles. They want sliders here and videos popping up there.
SEO, keywords and splashy landing pages with bright images get lots of attention and are important elements of your web content sales strategy. But, what they sometimes fail to value is the use of clear, concise language with the power to reach an audience.
If you are about to create or rewrite your business web content, or will be working with a content strategist, here are some common mistakes businesses can avoid: Continue reading Are You Making These 5 Mistakes with Your Website Language?