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The Top 5 Things Every Website Should Have

If you want a website that connects with your audience, it is essential that you include the following five things that most people want to see on a website. When put together professionally, these ingredients will attract and keep eyes on your site and your business. 1. Contact Information According to a Hubspot poll, including...
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Providing Helpful Design Feedback

There are two times during the website development process when you will have an opportunity to provide helpful design feedback. How do you do that most constructively? The First Review is During the Mockup Reveal. The mockup is revealed a couple of weeks after the content phase of the custom site is done. Our customers...
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Accessibility (a11y) and Your Website

Why is Accessibility Important? “We don’t serve anyone with a disability” “We can’t afford it” “We’ll just use an automated checker, plug-in, or an overlay” These misguided ideas about accessibility are harming your brand and your SEO. Ensuring your website is accessible to everyone will open your business to a larger audience. The benefits to...
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Get Off the Image Carousel

Do People Look At Image Carousels? We often have clients who want to have a carousel of images, also known as sliders, in the hero of their homepage. They have visions of dazzling their site’s visitors with stunning pictures and testimonials without the user even having to scroll through their site. But there are a...
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Ways Your Website Is Driving Customers Away

2 Ways Your Website is Turning Away Customers

Is Your Website Turning Customers Away? There are many things you can do with your website to make money. You can gather leads, utilize sales funnels, educate people about your products and services, and more! But you can also drive customers away. Since that’s something you don’t want to do, we will look at two...
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Using Your Marketing Budget

Using your marketing budget. Iceberg Web Design can help with all your digital marketing needs. So don’t let your marketing budget go unused. With the hits many businesses have taken throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many companies have cut their marketing budgets to curb spending. Data from research firm Gartner CMO Strategic Priorities Survey 2020-2021 reveals...
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Turn-Key or Custom Website: Which is Right for Your Business?

When customers come to us for a website, they often have an idea of what they want, but they aren’t sure of what kind of investment it will involve, timewise and financially. They also may be unsure of how much of a commitment is applied after the website goes live. We have two main products...
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Color Psychology and Your Website

We don’t all respond the same way to the same colors. Color significance can vary from one culture to the next, and we each have our individual preferences. But there is general color psychology that can guide us in the decisions we make when designing websites and other marketing materials. Red Red is an energizing...
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Business Locator Page for Your Website

Some people allow their site to sit on the web like a glorified business card. But smart business owners know that their website is the most valuable employee they have. They can put their site to work, saving them money in the long run by automating tasks and integrating business solutions. It can also be...
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How Do You Know It’s Time for a New Website?

In our business, we often see websites that haven’t been changed in 8-10 years. It’s usually because business owners don’t look at their websites the same way that clients and potential business partners do. In general, we recommend a total website makeover every two to three years to keep up with current design and development...
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