Posts Tagged 'measuring website value'

Website Design VS. Website Development

Client:  “Is there a difference between website design and website development?”

Having a website developed is a very different job than just having a website built or commonly referred to as designed.  Let’s start by examining the typical website build by using one of the many things we’ve heard over the years:

“I know someone who builds websites”

Whether it is a friend or family member most people probably know someone who can claim they “build websites” and will do ...

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Where to Spend Your Money on SEM?

We get asked by new clients to come up with creative ways to spend their SEM budgets.   Many companies just don’t have a big enough budget initially to kick start all aspects of a search engine marketing campaign so where you start?

SEO?

Pay Per Click?

Social Media?

Email Marketing?

If your company has never tried any of these then how do you know which one will work?  The reality is you really don’t and even if you have dipped your toes in the ...

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Measuring the Value of a New Website

Measuring the value of a new website.

The following will be helpful to both web designers trying to sell a customer on a website and those inside a company pushing for a new website and trying to get the correct amount in the budget.

We are approached to build a lot of websites and the cost expectations vary from a few hundred dollars to tens of thousands. There are many blog posts and articles that talk about what a website ...

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