Businesses that do not have a responsive web design yet are most likely failing to reach a lot of potential customers. They may even be losing quality visitors.
Today, technology is being driven so quickly that Internet marketing and web solutions have become more complex than ever before. This ever changing environment makes it hard for businesses to keep up with. Many businesses, large and small, do not have the manpower and skill set to complete web projects efficiently and effectively in house.
Churches are needing quality websites more now than ever before. They face a problem where they need to reach out to younger generations in different ways. The way to effectively do this is through the Internet. Churches can use their website to attract new members and then communicate with members to keep them updated and informed.
Lately, we have done a lot of work with ranch real estate firms out west and in Texas. All of these clients have had slightly different needs, but all have had one thing in common.
Social media is a great way for people to engage with one another on the web. Peer to peer networking has in fact been around since the birth of the Internet. However, it has really taken off and gone main stream in the last ten years or so.
A lot of talk has been streaming through the industry about template website design. What is it? What makes it different than a custom website design? How do you know if a template is right for you?
A lot of us at Five start our mornings with a strong cup of coffee and a good article. Being online marketing consultants we naturally replaced the newspaper with blogs. We try to incorporate a variety of blogs on a variety of topics, including website design, Internet marketing, and website development.