Well, would you look at that. I was recently certified as a Digital Business Consultant through WP Elevation. This is great news for my clients because it means that I’m better equipped to help you achieve your Digital Marketing goals going forward. Not that we missed the mark previously, but this course has been an eye opener to so many things that could have used improvement. If you thought we brought great service to the table before, you’re in for a real treat. Read more
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Something I see no matter what size gym: managing the business almost always gets in the way of the client experience at some point. If your CrossFit Affiliate is struggling with finances, scheduling, or building a community, your clients will see it. Here’s how to avoid it. Read more
These days with the existence of Wix and Squarespace anyone can build a website. No, really. There are DIY website platforms popping up all over the web. Sadly, not all CMSs are created equal. Stick with us and I’ll breakdown the key reasons why they aren’t your best bet for a successful website.
If you’re running WordPress and have any sort of business that requires client relations, support, and project management, it’s possible you’ve racked your brain trying to find a “one size fits all” WordPress Project Management solution. Depending on your end goals, there may be a solution. Let’s dive in.
Most people start out with a great idea, then either by hiring a Web Developer or trying a DIY approach, they build a website. WordPress is a great solution for this regardless of which route you take, but there’s one very large problem. Not long after the site goes live, it gets forgotten about. I can’t blame you. I mean, after all you do have a business to run, but you should be wary of this “set it and forget it” mindset.
Pixel Cloud Designs is thrilled to announce that we now offer maintenance via WordPress Care Plans. Effective immediately, this opt-in service will be available to everyone for a monthly fee and will greatly improve the performance and stability of your site.
In this fairly short post, I dissect what it means for a website to be responsive and why it’s important for you. After all, a responsive web site goes further than just making your website look better. It’ll perform better, and do more for you in the long term. Read more
In a single word, VERY. You see, there are many aspects of great website design: layout, color, usability…but what good are they if you can’t read what’s on the page? Let me explain the do’s and don’ts of proper font utilization. Read more