Our Omaha web design firm was recently featured in Advantages Magazine, briefly touching on web design and SEO best practices. Advantages Magazine is a publication for distributor sales people – providing tips and tactics for success.
JM’s CEO Jonathan Patton and Internet Marketing Director Megan Patton hit on website layout with a clear call to action, and properly showcasing a business’ product of services to build credibility. Additionally, a website no one can find isn’t helpful – so Jonathan and Megan provide a few tips for optimizing a website (SEO) so Google can properly index a website, and recommend businesses utilize Google Analytics for better marketing strategies.
Thank you to Advantages Magazine for this feature! We’re always excited to share our knowledge for the success of others!
Our web development team recently launch Elkhorn Lawn Care’s second prebuilt website. JM’s pre-built websites provide our Omaha customers with a selection of pre-built website templates that we customize with a business’ colors, logo, content and images.
JM is excited to announce the launch of our new website! You’ll find that we’ve simplified our design and content and created a sleek, modern look – which we feel more accurately represents our company.
As much as I would enjoy writing another column focused on undergarments, there is only so much material I can cover. Underwear, as one might say, is only part of the outfit. The question is, do you dress yourself, or does someone else pick out your clothes for you?
With such an obviously sensationalistic title as that, I better quickly give you a reason not to hate me and send threatening letters to my boss. Though it may not seem like it, there is definitely a method to my madness. In my ever creative mind – which is a place that would make Stephen King an author for children’s books – I wanted to parley the importance of a website to your company’s credibility while at the same time not boring you to the point of squirting the toothpaste sitting in your medicine cabinet all over your face in an attempt to go blind.
It’s hard to remember a time when the Internet wasn’t an integral part of our day-to-day activities. But just a short 15 years ago, people relied on the yellow pages for phone numbers, paper maps for directions and good old-fashion store visits to get their shopping done. Now, people shop for clothes, fill prescription medications and connect in seconds with people on the other side of the world by just clicking!