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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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WordPress Features Including Blog Transfers, Custom Post Types, & Photo Galleries

The website development industry uses a lot of specialized terminologies. So, unless you have a background in the web development industry, when you sit down to talk with a website developer about your future website, there will be some words used that you may not understand. There will be others you know but may want...
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Shane Bader | VP of Sales and Marketing | Iceberg Web Design Inc.

  When you work with Iceberg Web Design, you will meet their entire team of web marketing professionals. Each of us on the team has a unique role in making sure that your website becomes a powerful tool for your business. But who are these penguins who are helping you connect with your customers? Recently,...
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Avoiding Customer Service Triggers

We all know what it is like to be on the phone, talking to a customer service representative. Chances are, you’re already frustrated because something went wrong, and now you need to have the problem fixed. That’s why you are calling. Unfortunately, sometimes the experience with the customer service representative feels less than stellar. Adam...
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Jessie Gutzwiller Customer Support | Iceberg Web Design

When you work with Iceberg Web Design, you will meet their entire team of web marketing professionals. Each person on the team has a unique role in making sure that your website becomes a powerful tool for your business. But who are these people who are helping you connect with your customers? Recently, we’ve been...
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Ways to Make Your Site Mobile-Friendly

More people access the web with mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets than desktop and laptop computers. Thus, Google requires websites to be mobile-friendly to show up in mobile search results. So, it is essential to have your site optimized for mobile. To find out whether Google sees your site as mobile-friendly, you can...
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What Can a Professional Web Developer Do that I Can’t?

These days it’s easy to find a low-cost option for your website if you are willing to build it yourself. But to have a beautiful, professional-looking website that will meet your business’s needs, you need a professional web developer and designer. But why? What can they do that you can’t? Trying to build your website...
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What’s the Difference Between a Web Designer and a Developer?

We often hear the terms web design and web development used interchangeably. Likewise, it can be difficult for someone outside of the industry, and even those within it, to know the difference between a web designer and a web developer. Is there even a difference? There IS! I recently asked one of the developers at...
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Penguin Profile: Kari Sletten | Iceberg Web Design

When you work with Iceberg Web Design, you are working with an entire team of website development and design professionals. But just who are these penguins who are hard at work helping you connect with your customers? Today, we are talking with our Code Penguin: Kari Sletten. As Iceberg’s VP of Operations and one of...
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How Long Will It Take to Build My Website?

One of the questions we always get from potential customers is, “How long will it take to build my site?” It can be a tough one to answer until we do some deeper digging. A website is never one-size-fits-all. Some take as little as six weeks, while others take up to 24 months. Today we...
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