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How people see your website

This entry was posted on Tuesday, September 15th, 2015 by W.A. Fisher under Web Development.

Have you ever though about what people first see when they look at your website? Look for yourself. What’s the first thing that jumps out at you? Do you like what you see? The following infographic has some great information about typical web users and what they see on a website, how long you have before…

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We’ve switched to Dropbox for file transfers

This entry was posted on Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 by W.A. Fisher under Uncategorized.

As an interactive and traditional print agency, we are constantly transferring files. Whether it be from us to the client, from the client to us, or us to a vendor, files (sometimes quite large) are constantly being moved around. Back in the days before cloud storage became popular, we created our own file transfer site…

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Google My Business & Google+ For Businesses

This entry was posted on Wednesday, July 8th, 2015 by W.A. Fisher under Uncategorized.

Some of our clients have been confused by all of the offerings from Google regarding their business. In this blog post we hope to explain the differences between Google My Business and Google+ for Businesses, and what you should be using. Google My Business If you haven’t already read it, check out our detailed blog…

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What is Google My Business?

This entry was posted on Thursday, June 25th, 2015 by W.A. Fisher under SEO.

If you haven’t claimed your Google My Business listing… Simply put, you’re missing out. On search, maps and other opportunities to connect with potential customers searching for whatever you offer. What is it? Google My Business (formerly known as Google Places, Google+ Local, Google+) is the fast and easy way for businesses to manage their…

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Ghost referrals and how to remove referral spam from Google Analytics

This entry was posted on Wednesday, June 17th, 2015 by W.A. Fisher under SEO.

Ghost referrals in Google Analytics are spam entries in your Google Analytics that are directed at developers. They pollute your data with fake visits, making your Google Analytics data less valuable and can hurt your site and brand. Has your site been affected? Chances are, yes, your site has been affected. The easiest way to…

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North Shore Visitor’s New Site!

This entry was posted on Monday, June 8th, 2015 by W.A. Fisher under New Site Alert!.

We’ve been producing the North Shore Visitor print guide for a few years so we were elated when we were approached about redesigning the website in order to meet Google’s new mobile-friendly website rule. The client also wanted to make the upgrade to a CMS instead of updating each page individually through FTP. Since the…

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Our Website Project Process

This entry was posted on Monday, June 8th, 2015 by W.A. Fisher under Web Development.

We know that developing a website can be a daunting task. That’s why we put together this little article on our website project process. We hope it gives you a heads up of what to expect if you choose to work with us on your website project and (hopefully) makes the project run as smoothly…

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How Google’s New Mobile Search Algorithm Affects You

This entry was posted on Wednesday, May 20th, 2015 by W.A. Fisher under Web Development.

On April 21st, Google rolled out it’s new search algorithm. Big deal, right? It is a big deal. A huge deal, in fact.  This new algorithm has to do with how mobile-friendly your website it. It gives preferences to responsively designed websites over non-responsive sites when rendering search results for people searching on mobile devices….

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SEO, PPC, CMS, ABCDEFG – What do they all mean?

This entry was posted on Wednesday, March 25th, 2015 by W.A. Fisher under SEO, Web Development.

First things first: We’re sorry. We know we throw abbreviations around like they’re going out of style. We sometimes forget that not everyone is a web marketing or web development expert. Let us make it up to you. Here’s a list of acronyms / abbreviations that we tend to use in our every day jargon,…

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From Zero to Launched in 12 Business Days

This entry was posted on Tuesday, March 17th, 2015 by W.A. Fisher under New Site Alert!.

Our recent projects for Hill Wood Products and Ashawa Bay Flooring are proof that redesigning and redeveloping a website doesn’t have to take months. We were able to get two sites redesigned and responsively programmed with WordPress content management systems launched on budget in just 12 business days.  We were initially contacted with the request to make the old sites…

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