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Why Your Website Should Have a Blog

Why Your Website Should have a Blog Having a blog on your website is crucial for your business and your website.   Here are some of the best reasons to consider about becoming a blogger. Drive traffic to your website. Google likes content.  More so,

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Psychology of Color in a Logo – Red

Psychology of Color in a Logo – Red How does seeing the color red make you feel? One of the brighter colors, it invokes many strong emotions.  Red is often described as warm, vibrant, and intense. It can also be seen as an exciting and

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Psychology of Color in a Logo – Blue

Psychology of Color in a Logo – Blue Colors on the blue side of the spectrum are known as “cool” colors, blue included. Blue is associated with the sky and the ocean, which both evoke feelings of tranquility and security. When you think of blue,

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Psychology of Color in a Logo – Purple

Psychology of Color in a Logo – Purple Purple originates back to one of the few colors that you could barely see back in the old days.   The reason was that it was one of the most expensive colors to produce, from rare plants and

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Video, Video, Video!

According to Forrester Research this is true for a 60-second video: “A picture is worth a thousand words…but a video is worth 1.8 million words” Trying to describe a product or a service in a lot of words can be very tedious.   It can also

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Why Your Website Needs Call-To-Actions

A call-to-action, or CTA, is an advertising and marketing term which refers to to a piece of content, (an image, a button or a line of text, a link, or a form), which prompts users to perform a direct action on your website. A call

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Navigation is Key

Lets Start with this Example: Does this Confuse You? Then So Does This! So just like having a bunch of signs pointing all different directions can be a horrible experience for a pedestrian or a driver, a bad navigation menu on your website will get

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Are your Clients Confused? The 4-6 second rule

Does any of these sound familiar?     1)You get to a website, scroll down for about a second and you’re like “what?”  What does this company even do? 2)You get to a website and you were just looking for a simple piece of information and

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