Category Archives: Web Development

  • Google’s Raising Prices

    Today, Google announced that they are eliminating their free Google Apps service. To many, this may not mean much because they are unfamiliar with what this service offered. However, it means a heck of a lot to low-end users and startups just looking for the easy-to-use basics. You see, Google’s App Services are a collection Continue Reading

  • Local Optimization: How to Get Customers Near You

    If you are like most small businesses the hardest thing to find is customers. While people may be all around you, customers are busy people with busy lives and oftentimes proximity isn’t enough to make them visit your store. You have to reach out to them and make your products be visible. Here’s a few Continue Reading

  • Website Builders. Why Not?

    Many of you have no doubt seen the latest 1&1 Website Design commercials. They claim that with over 120 templates to choose from you can easily and quickly create a beautiful website for your business. It sounds simple enough, and certainly seems cheap enough. That’s probably why so many people have given it a try Continue Reading

  • Why Not Flash Websites?

    For the past couple of years you may have heard of the debate over “Flash.” If you’re like most people, you’re pretty confused as to what the big deal is and even more confused over what Flash really is. Let us break it down for you. Flash is a Technology The first thing you need Continue Reading

  • Tricks: Making Your Site Compatible with IE9

    You’ve built a beautiful website, or are at least in the process of it, and it looks great. You’ve been using all the best practices you can think of and you’re just about to hit publish when you realize the worst – your website doesn’t work in IE. First thing’s first. Don’t panic. Internet Explorer Continue Reading

  • Three Essential Website Tools

    In our experience as web developers, we’ve relied on three main tools to do our job. In fact, without some version of these guys, building out a solid website is next to impossible. Here are our choices for domain registrar, hosting provider and content management system. GoDaddy As far as domain registrars go, they’re the Continue Reading

  • Google Apps Minimizes Users, Expands Options

    It’s a sad time for small businesses. As we try to grow, the companies that support our online efforts are slowly closing the internet’s freemium model. While still popular, freemium – the popular marketing technique for online services where there is an initial free version of the product with limited features and multiple tiered pay Continue Reading

  • Dr. Fred Arrigg Exposed His Latest Website

    We’ve just completed some work for Dr. Fred Arrigg and it looks great! After coming to us looking to build a positive image of himself online, Dr. Arrigg has been greeted with a new page featuring the best of many accomplishments. Take a look!

  • Groupon Takes on MA State Regulation

    I’ve been using Groupon for a little over a year now and I love it. Not only do I love Groupon because of the sweet deals that they give me, but because I genuinely believe that they at least try to do right by their customers. Even their controversial super bowl ad can at least Continue Reading

  • Content is King

    So you want attention driven to your blog or website, eh? And of course the goal is for your site to get enough hits that it leads to a tangible impact in the form of a positive ROI (Return on Investment). So just how do you that? Putting up a site doesn’t automatically make you Continue Reading