Category Archives: Website Special Guidelines

Website Migrations: How to Improve Search Visibility

Erika Giles September 11, 2020 Website migrations are sometimes a necessary evil that businesses must carry out. They require intricate planning and thoughtful decision making to execute properly. This is because there are a lot of moving parts to consider, such as user experience, SEO, and other key factors. Luckily, you have us to help … Continue reading Website Migrations: How to Improve Search Visibility

20 of the Best 404 Page Examples Ever (+ Tips to Make Yours Awesome)

Erika Giles August 24, 2020 You’ve spent hours creating your website, developing content, and building your brand, only to overlook your 404 page. It’s easy to rely on the generic code your host provider offers, but the real question is, should you? Creating a custom 404 page is easy, and a great way to continue … Continue reading 20 of the Best 404 Page Examples Ever (+ Tips to Make Yours Awesome)

Why Every New Website Launch Must Start With SEO

Sally Newman August 17, 2020 Years ago, websites were designed, built and then optimised for search but this divided approach simply doesn’t work in 2020. If you’re planning a new website launch, it is vital that you get SEO advice right from the moment you start thinking about it. Today’s search engines analyse the performance … Continue reading Why Every New Website Launch Must Start With SEO

20 of the Best Software Website Examples That Drive Sales (2020 Edition)

Erika Giles August 11, 2020 Ever heard the saying, “never trust a skinny chef?” Well, when it comes to SaaS providers, the saying is “Never trust a SaaS provider with a subpar website.” It should be a big red flag if you’re seeking a company that provides software as a service (SaaS) and one of … Continue reading 20 of the Best Software Website Examples That Drive Sales (2020 Edition)

ADA-Compliant Websites and How to Make Sure You Have One

Keegan Gallup August 4, 2020 Just like there is a need for physical buildings to be ADA-compliant and include accessible entryways and other accommodations, the same needs to be done for websites to make it possible for people with disabilities to more easily navigate a business’ website. Business owners who do not comply with ADA … Continue reading ADA-Compliant Websites and How to Make Sure You Have One