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Help! I’m not getting any leads from my new website

Last week I was talking with someone who was disappointed that they weren’t getting any leads from their new website. Building a website and adding a lot of keywords is no longer the sum total amount of work there is to be done for your online presence. Let’s talk about what else you can (and should!) be doing.

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How to avoid ongoing fees for your WordPress website

If you’ve ever worked with a developer or agency, they may have tried to sell you an ongoing maintenance package once your website was complete. Maintenance packages can range from $30/month to $199/month (or more) and can include a variety of services. If you’re not flush with cash or would rather try to avoid ongoing fees for your WordPress website, you can DIY these services with some time and elbow grease. Let’s look at the fees you can get around and those that you won’t be able to avoid.

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The Skinny on WordPress Themes

You’ve heard of WordPress themes before, but you’re not 100% sure what they are. What do they do? Why do you need one? What’s the difference between free, paid and custom themes? Why do people design from scratch? Let’s dive in and talk about different theme options and when you’d want to use each one.

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What’s One Thing You Can Act On To Make Your Website Better Today?

Today I want you to do something for me. I want you to go to your website and take a look around. Your potential and existing customers visit, but when is the last time you did? While you’re looking around, I want you to find one thing to change — something that will make your site better. It also should be something you can act on today, and it doesn’t matter matter how small.

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My Favorite Responsive Design Checking Tools

Responsive web design. RWD. You know, when your site looks great on your desktop, tablet AND mobile device. It’s important, for sure. Your viewers are using a variety of devices to view your site (check out your sessions by device in Google Analytics). And Google’s algorithm gives priority to websites that display well on smartphones and other mobile devices. So how do you know what your site actually looks like on all those devices?

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