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Most websites rely on organic traffic for attracting new visitors. This means you’ll probably need to compete with hundreds if not thousands of other pages for the keywords your content targets. In other words, you need to be better than the competition if you want to climb to the top of…
Using Divi, you can build absolutely anything in a dynamic and visual way. Since it runs through the Divi Builder, it is incredibly fast, and the intuitive design gives you a unique front end editor that is an absolute pleasure to use.
Let’s not beat around the bush, local SEO is hard. If you represent a business in a large city and you’re aiming for a top 3 maps business listing (the Snack Pack), then it’s even harder. You can spend many stressful hours tailoring every little aspect of your site, trying to achieve this and lose sanity along the way wondering where you’ve gone wrong.
Combining fonts is one of the trickiest parts of typography. Here are five guidelines to get font combinations right.
If you’ve been to our homepage recently, you might have noticed some changes. Here’s a quick look at what’s new, why we’re changing it up, and some “behind the scenes” resources so you can see how we built different pieces.
And one more this morning via Joel Wolfgang at Wolfgang.Marketing/blog/
Like I said earlier, I don’t want to make brochures I want to make websites. And a good website gets changed, updated, added to and subtracted from. I want my clients to understand its ins and outs. I want them to really grasp what the concepts of how the internet works in order to get more traffic and more conversions.