Voice-activated technology is moving in to a home near you. Best put out the welcome mat.
If you’re after a custom, one-of-a-kind website, you’ll need to be prepared to invest in both in the back-end infrastructure and the front-end look-and-feel.
So what exactly are you getting for your money? If you get a quote that is not broken down into phases how do you know how much each phase is costing you?
It’s a simple question, right? Or is it?
When you embark on building a new website (or re-designing your existing one) you will obviously bring to the project some ideas about what you want to include in your new website.
You may have some colours or styles in mind, you may even have an idea about navigation and what should go where on the home page, but are you willing to put all that aside, start from scratch and let your users (the ‘experts’) run the show?
So you're pretty engaged with your website? You have a good approach to uploading content; you know what you're doing, (more or less) and you're getting good traction with your audience. You’re answering queries quickly and you’re confident your front-end content is clean, concise and up-to-date. On the whole, you’re in a pretty comfortable place and your website is showing a good return on investment.