When the honeymoon period is over, your website still requires work

Website Maintenance: When the honeymoon period is over, your website still requires work.

By jenniferdopazo | July 9, 2018

If you’re like most enthusiastic business owners, you were hyper-focused on the your brand website during design and development. Right up through the launch, you probably peeked in daily to see how your happy place on the internet was unfolding, and afterwards, at least for a few months, you may have made website review a…

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Designing a website that manifests your brand narrative

By Jennifer Dopazo | December 12, 2017

Have you taken a look at my recent chat with Laurie DiBiagio, the artist behind the brand Sirena + the Sea? Let’s just say that Laurie is a model for creating a web presence that manifests its brand. It takes only a glance at her site to get a sense that you know what she and her…

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Learn how effective your current website is via discovery

Learn how effective your current website is via discovery

By Jennifer Dopazo | February 20, 2017

If you’ve ever gone to the grocery store without a list, you know the dangers of making decisions without a roadmap. Generally, you wind up buying yet another can of green beans to add to your dusty canned goods collection while forgetting to pick up the one thing that you really needed. You make an…

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What's the ROI on your brand's website design?

What’s the ROI on your brand’s website design?

By Jennifer Dopazo | January 20, 2017

Occasionally clients will tell me that they don’t get any business from their website because their prospects don’t use Google to find them. This is especially true in more industrial enterprises. It may be the case that your target audience doesn’t use a search engine to find your services, but they’ll use your site to…

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