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Domain ID protection (also known as WHOIS privacy) hides your personal or company contact information from the publicly accessible WHOIS database. When you registered a domain you are required to provide accurate contact details which must be verified. This is in accordance with regulations set forth by ICANN. These contact details are then stored in […]Read More
Search Engine Optimization is a topic that garners quite a bit of attention, especially after the recent push to E-Commerce during the 2020-2021 pandemic in the United States. Although it gets quite a bit of attention, it’s difficult for most people to actually describe what SEO is or does for a website. So how are […]Read More
Premium domain names are short, catchy, or memorable names that are already registered to a person, entity or organization. A good example of this would be a city or municipality. The cost of a premium domain can range from as low as $100 to as high as $750,000+ in some cases, depending on the current […]Read More
There are many different tools available online to build your website, and it can sometimes be difficult to choose which one may be the best option for you. We’ve recently had a large influx of requests regarding a new service called Kajabi. Kajabi is an all-in-one business management platform that includes the ability to manage […]Read More
Web hosting is an important part of any website process and is the first step to getting any site online. So why is there such a variation in pricing between different providers? To understand why the ranges seem so large, and how companies can get away with charging pennies for hosting, we have to dive […]Read More
One of the biggest fears that any website owner has is that all of the hard work they have put in on building their SEO rankings will be impacted when they switch hosts. It’s pretty common that we get this question, so we’re here to break this all down for you. TL;DR: Does Your Web […]Read More
Nowadays, SEO is a very hot topics with discussions ranging from E-Commerce stores to startups and podcasts. It also turns out, that SSL has become a very important part of this. But how important is it really to your rankings on Google and Bing? Actually, very much so. See, Google and Bing want their users […]Read More
With an estimated 7.4 Million sites hosted in just the United States alone, WordPress has become an ever increasingly popular solution to help people get online, and do it quickly. WordPress was originally built to be a platform for building Blog websites, but has since grown in popularity to become one of the most popular […]Read More
Building a website can be a fun and exciting experience. Between getting to pick out new colors, to trying out all of the new tools available, the website creation experience is a close bond between the designer and the final product that gives us the ability to showcase information online. For users, it’s easy – […]Read More
Why Is REsponsive Design Important?
Ensuring Everyone Has Equal Access is a Key Factor.
By definition, Responsive Design is the principal of web design that involves constructing the website in a way that will be usable on any platform, be it desktop, laptop, tablet, or phone. In addition to the benefit of more people being able to see your online resources, you additionally provide those who may not be able to access certain devices the ability to benefit the same as any other customer.
Globally, 68.1% of website visitors utilize a mobile device (as of 2020) to view their websites and make their purchases online, with 28.9% of visitors using a Desktop Computer, and only 3.1% of visitors coming from tablets. While desktop devices are still important for website owners to consider, mobile should be something that is never left out of your development process.