Web Strategy

  1. What Is The Value Of A Website?

    “I want a new website, and I want it cheap.” Trust me, many people do.  Plus who doesn’t like a bargain deal?  But, maybe there’s a reason why cheap isn’t always better. Maybe you’re a new company, or perhaps an existing company — but you’ve realized you need a new website.  When thinking of the cost and…

  2. Web Design Meets Content Marketing: Coca-Cola

    I am always interested in how the world’s marketing and digital marketing leaders are breaking new ground online. A particular web design article caught my attention this week as it profiled Coca-Cola‘s recent corporate website re-design effort. Coke’s new website looks more like a news portal than a corporate brochure. The upper area of the…

  3. Web Design Presentation to Orlando / Florida Cleantech Accelerator Network

    WebSolvers had the honor of delivering a Webinar to the entrepreneurs at the Florida Cleantech Accelerator Network (FL-CAN).  FL-CAN is affiliated with the University of Central Florida (Orlando, FL) and is funded by the Economic Development Administration and the US Department of Energy.  The topic of the presentation was Website Strategies and covered topics like…

  4. Web Design Questions to Contemplate

    A client of ours recently asked us what questions they should contemplate internally when planning for a new company Web presence.  As a group, they plan on thinking through a strategy before embarking on the Web design project itself.  Wanting to be particularly practical, the client wanted discussion questions that would look at their own…

  5. Zombies Don’t Carry Credit Cards

    If you asked most marketers, the goal of digital marketing is conversion.  For the sake of this post, let’s define a conversion as a purchase of an online product.  The word ‘conversion’ is used because the goal is to convert a web visitor to a buyer.  The more conversions, the more revenue.  The more revenue, the…

  6. What is Responsive Web Design?

    When users started browsing web sites (originally designed for a standard computer monitor) on mobile phones and tablets, some funny things happened. In short, they didn’t work. Sites built using Flash animation became invisible and sites with larger images were hardly useful at all. And while some web sites could be “pinched” and zoomed, that…