Posts Tagged ‘Owning your information’
How much to build a (Real Estate) website?
In one of the Facebook groups for WordPress developers I follow someone asked: “Question what is the average charge or cost to a customer to build them a real estate web site?” And someone answered: “Anywhere from $1500 to $100,000.” That was not a flippant answer. Here’s why. I happen to be working on this…Read More
Why do we add a page builder in almost every site?
Why do we add a page builder to almost every site we create? Because we believe, strongly that it’s your website!” Page builders just make owning your site that much easier. For those of you who don’t know, a page builder is a graphics tool that lets you create and edit even very complex web content without…Read More
Time to update when your website tells prospects your “tall oak” business is still a tiny acorn
A lot of people build their websites when their businesses are just getting off the ground. That’s actually a good thing, right, because early on a search-engine link could have been the only real “proof” that the business existed. Your business might even have been in that position. And chances are pretty good you,…Read More
Whatever Happened That Hugely Popular Company That Dropped Its Website In Favor of MySpace Five Years Ago?
“Why should I have my own website when there’s [insert social-media sitename here]?” It’s a popular question that, over the years, has always had the same answer: because then someone else owns it! Here’s the latest version of the story, this time from a podcast (#235) by Rooster Teeth, the very-successful online production company beginning at…Read More
Why Do Even Facebook/LinkedIn/Twitter Fans Need Their Own Websites?
Technology author and online information-systems guru Jon Udell says rule #1 for your professional or business information is… 1. Be the authoritative source for your own data [T]hat means regarding your own website, blog, or online calendar as the authoritative source. More broadly, it means publishing facts about yourself, or your organization, to a place…Read More