The Importance of Having a Great Website Design How does great website design influence your business? See why it’s essential to focus on all the key design features of your website. In this day and age, it’s hard to imagine a business without a website. That’s like having a car with no wheels. You have everything needed to make the … Read More
Marketing To Mobile-first Travelers by Craig Witt The Jonesen Take: When on vacation, people tend to rely on their smart phone to find and learn about local businesses. Your website may look great on a desktop, but it wont do you any good if the visitor’s computer is back at home. If your business is in the tourism economy, you … Read More
Unwanted Pop-ups Caused by Injectbody/Injectscr Plugins By Denis Sinegubko The Jonesen Take: We actively evaluate and maintain a curated list of approved plugins for our sites. You don’t need to sacrifice security for a specific functionality. We have excellent solutions for both.
More than 2,000 WordPress websites are infected with a keylogger By Dan Goodin The Jonesen Take: The malware described in this article not only reads passwords and other information entered into the site by users, it also uses visitors’ browsers to “mine” cryptocurrencies. We protect the data and reputation of our clients by actively scanning for any malware threats.
Google has made it official: The internet is now mobile-first By Ashley Rodriguez The Jonesen Take: Google search results are now being ranked based off the mobile version of the site as opposed to the desktop version. This mammoth shift means Google recognizes that the growing trend in mobile searches will continue. If your site has been built by the … Read More
It’s official – Google has announced that their Chrome browser will be marking HTTP sites accepting passwords and credit card as “non-secure” starting January 2017. However, their plan doesn’t stop there. Eventually, Google will have their Chrome browser to mark all HTTP sites as “Not Secure” – complete with a red warning triangle right in the browser. With these upcoming … Read More
Web Design is a service. A website is a product. If you pay someone to create a website for you, it’s entirely possible that you won’t deal with them again. They’ll create a website for you, maybe teach you how to use it, and you’re on your own. If you hire a Web Designer you’re starting a relationship. You are … Read More
You’ve probably heard of hosting. If you have a website, you probably know you need a domain name and hosting for people to access it. Do you really know what those things are, or how they work? Should you even care? Yes. You should care what hosting is because, to be brutally honest, you are probably paying for the laziest … Read More
There are so many people and businesses on the internet. How can you possibly set yourself apart in your industry? Two words: User Experience (UX) User A user is technically anyone using your website. Pretty self explanatory. However, you can’t please everybody. You need to have a specific person, or type of person in mind when designing your website, or … Read More
1. Why Do I Want a Web Designer? You can get a fishing rod, get some bait, go to the lake, stand in your favorite spot, attach the lure, catch a fish, gut it, clean it, cook it up over a nice fire, add your favorite seasonings, and enjoy the results of all your hard work. Or you can pay a … Read More
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