Your domain, or website address, is the face of your business online. It is how people find your business, contact your business and learn more about the services/products you offer. Most business owners would probably not know who actually owns their domain name.
Dec 9, 2020 3:07:36 PM
Right now, let’s face it - it's a tough time for every business, but especially restaurants and bars. Owners face different rules, regulations and laws seemingly every day due to the pandemic. It’s hard to be sure what you can or cannot do.
Jan 21, 2020 2:12:52 PM
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a necessary process that can be frustrating, time-consuming and brings results that test your patience. When working on SEO for a law firm, this is no different. There are steps you can take, however, to help speed the process along.
Continue below to discover five tips our team at InnerAction Media utilities to help law firms with SEO.
Jan 13, 2020 12:06:21 PM
There is no denying that the healthcare industry has grown exponentially over the last ten years. As the industry grows, so too does the competition for patients. A website plays a vital role in both informing potential patients while also convincing them your practice can provide the best solution for their problem - both in quality and affordability. When building a website for a business, there are similarities in strategy and design; however, healthcare websites can pose different challenges but also offer opportunities as well.
At Inneraction Media, we take into account many factors while building a website. Here are the primary considerations when planning a healthcare website.
Sep 12, 2017 12:16:54 PM
As a small business owner, you know having a strong web presence is essential to the growth of your business. You need a functional and attractive website for potential customers to learn more about your products and/or services. Social media presence is essential to engage existing customers or clients.
There’s plenty of DIY website options — you could learn HTML and CSS and create your own website. Or you could use a website builder like WordPress to construct your website. These methods may be more cost effective, but the learning curve and investment of your time may mean that hiring a professional is a better option.
Web professionals typically work in one of two ways: as a freelancer or with a website design firm/agency. The investment will vary between the two, but if you’re busy managing the day-to-day aspects of your business, it may be worth saving your valuable time.
Read on to learn more about the pros and cons of building your own website versus hiring a professional. We’ve laid it all out below to help you make the best decision for your business.
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