Your website is your digital face to the world. Done well, it will not only influence your audience—accelerating their time to decision—it will make taking action a breeze. So, whether you’re launching your first website or searching for a new team to bring in fresh perspectives, you need to know how to find a web developer that can deliver.
It happens. You build a website and discover the relationship you have with your digital agency isn’t a fit. Or, your website performance leaves a lot to be desired. Maybe you even discover that your web team is up to something shady. You need to know how to fire your web designer and gain control of your website—sometimes with a degree of stealth.
We’ll show you how.
Which modern vampire are you? In which Hogwarts house do you belong? What Friends character do you most resemble? Ah, Facebook quizzes. They’re fun. They’re social. And, they expose you to malware, ransomware, and identity theft—sometimes by design.
“Measure what you treasure.” You’ve heard it a thousand times. And, as a marketing professional, we know we don’t have to preach the value of tracking pixels, A/B testing, or conversion tracking to you.
But appreciating the data and wrangling your web developers into implementing the code are two very different things—especially when they’re heads-down on a project, sustained only by their growing pyramids of Diet Dew.
The good news is you can actually get what you need without pestering your dev team.
Why do so many business owners fall short of the mark with regard to web security? In a word: vigilance, or rather a lack thereof.
This isn’t going to be one of those useless listicles about where to find WordPress themes; I’m not going to dazzle you with a Top 10 anything. And, this certainly isn’t a warm-and-fuzzy piece about our developer friends. Instead, we’re going to look at the complicated reality of the WordPress theme market—and how to choose a WordPress theme that won’t crush your soul.