Clayton JohnsonClayton Johnson   -   July 9, 2017

5 Simple Ways to Increase Web Traffic

Lack of website traffic is one of the most common challenges business owners face. With competition in almost every space rising daily many businesses natural traffic over the past year or two has declined. This article has straight to the point actionable tips for getting traffic to your website or blog. While these strategies won’t […]

Clayton JohnsonClayton Johnson   -   July 7, 2017

How to Make Sure You Have a Secure Site

Cybersecurity has been a hot topic in 2017 due to the rise in cyber attacks. Hackers are getting better at hacking and companies are noticing it’s time to do something about it. With the holiday season right around the corner, making sure you’re buying from a site that is secure is important. Cyber attacks occur […]

Clayton JohnsonClayton Johnson   -   July 7, 2017

Online Marketing to Millennials

Marketing to young adults has always been important. Yet with the rise of millennials, it’s more important than ever before. These young adults spend more time online than any other age group. According to Crowdtap, the average millennial consumes almost 18 hours of online media per day. Millennials are also the largest living generation in […]

Clayton JohnsonClayton Johnson   -   July 7, 2017

Free Software Alternatives to Substitute Adobe Products

The price of Adobe software can really put the pressure on both experienced and beginner creatives, lets take a look at some of the best free alternatives to popular Adobe software. At the time of writing, the newest version of the Adobe master suite is priced at a wallet-busting $2,499, a lot for an aspiring […]

Clayton JohnsonClayton Johnson   -   July 5, 2017

The Power of Mobile Search for Your Physical Business

If you own a brick-and-mortar business, you might focus on your physical location more than your website. But your online presence can have a powerful impact on the foot traffic to your store. In fact, every year, an online presence becomes more and more of a necessity for a physical store, no matter where you’re […]

Clayton JohnsonClayton Johnson   -   July 5, 2017

5 Tips for Prototyping the Perfect Web Interface

How do you get started with prototyping your new web interface? There are endless rabbit holes to fall into. But five strategies that deliver the best possible outcomes for your users are within reach. Prototyping is a critical part of an iterative design process. You want to bring about the best insights into your user […]

Clayton JohnsonClayton Johnson   -   July 5, 2017

Quick and Easy SEO Tips to Stay Ahead of Your Competition

The internet is big, massive, gigantic… well, you get the idea. The sheer size of the net means you can find a potential customer base for even the most obscure products or services. Unfortunately, the internet’s size also means there’s always room for competition, too. With a physical store, you might be the only source […]

Clayton JohnsonClayton Johnson   -   July 5, 2017

5 Simple Ways Twitter Can Make You a Better Web Designer

Twitter. The slogan is “what are you doing?”. Everyone has an account. But web designers should be aware of the fact that Twitter is much more than just “I’m eating some cereal” and “I’m driving to work”. In fact, Twitter can make you a better web designer. In this post, I am going to show […]

Clayton JohnsonClayton Johnson   -   July 3, 2017

15 Ways to Check Your Competitors Backlink Profile

Your backlink profile is at the core of your online presence in search. Knowing who links to you and with what text anchors can help you determine upcoming campaigns and identify opportunities. The best way to check your own Backlink profile is through Google Webmaster Console by clicking under “Links to your site” and then […]