While you may consider designing your logo for yourself, there are a lot of reasons it can be worth the time to find an experienced logo designer you can trust. Here are the 5 best reasons to hire a logo designer.
When it comes to your business website, your customers have clear expectations. Today’s internet user is savvy. They’re shown advertisements and business websites every day.
Why does a local business need to worry about whether their website shows up in the search results on Google?
The first time you meet with your professional web designer, they will need to ask you questions about what makes your business special, who your customers are, and what expectations you have for your website.
Handing someone a physical object creates a connection. The connection is between you, this person, and this physical object that has passed between you. Experiencing this moment is a way to tap into someone’s memory.
With so many kinds of content out there, why should you bother with infographics?
RED WING, MINNESOTA, August 20, 2019 — Beau Brewer Digital proudly reveals a stunning new website design for another local business.
Your brand should touch everything on your website. It should be clear in the phrasing you use, the logo, and through consistent imagery and design techniques. A memorable brand will build a connection with your site visitor. A connection that can become a lead, and eventually, a customer.
What keywords best target the users you want for your site? And when a customer performs a search, are they finding what they’re looking for when they land on your website?
When you have a bad bounce rate, it’s a sign something is broken in this process before it even begins. Let’s look closer at what a bounce rate is and what you can do to improve it.
Getting your page to rank well on the results pages doesn’t happen by magic. Keywords are the ‘secret sauce’ for high ranking pages. Here are some simple methods to find the best keywords for your website.
If you aren’t considering how your website looks on mobile, you are doing it wrong. That is a bold statement, but designing only for desktop computers is a thing of the past.