Category «Websites»

How To Make A Good RFP

When larger organizations or businesses put a web design project (or other projects) out to bid, they often make an RFP (request for proposals) that they email to prospective candidates or post online somewhere. This includes basically a summary of what they are looking for. Then if someone is interested in bidding, they can write a proposal …

How Do I Get More Links To My Site?

There are one of three ways people can get to your website: 1) Using a search engine to look up some term(s) Ex: Google, Bing, Yahoo 2) Referral websites (sites linking back to yours) Ex: A link to your site is posted on Facebook or your local Chamber’s website 3) Direct traffic (this is people …

New Website Launch: Quigley’s Building Supply

What happens when you run three different kinds of businesses but want to run them on the same website platform? This is the issue Quigley’s Building Supply had… until their new website we launched yesterday. Three Templates, One Website Quigley’s Building Supply has always evolved to respond to community needs during its over 60 years …

Why A Website Costs At Least $3000

When I first meet someone, I will ask them anything…except what they do for a living. I do this for a couple reasons. First, I once had a job that made me dread this question. Second, the most interesting thing about someone usually isn’t their job. That said, I sometimes get asked this question. I …

New Website Launch: RSU 25

People are often surprised to learn we are not exclusive with our website software preferences. Just like speaking other languages lets us better understand our multicultural world, speaking more than one web language helps us better create websites in our digital world. Joe Spinazola, the technology director at RSU 25, only had two requirements for …