There are three things all website owners should act on immediately to ensure their site complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA.)
So, you now have a snazzy new website and it looks good. Great style, color scheme, hot graphics. But there’s one problem: it’s super slow.
Online security has never been a topic to get taken lightly. Now, the stakes have gotten even higher for businesses that manage a company blog.
Imagine your company has a street address and, one day you arrive to find the place has been shuttered. Worse, they’ve padlocked the entrance and left no information about who did this or why or how to get back in business. Crazy, right?
We have recently launched 7 new WordPress websites and would like to take the time to welcome these new additions to our growing client base at Interactive Palette, Inc. Below is a video that highlights some of the different features from each...
HTTPS is a crucial part of website security, even for small businesses that don’t collect their users’ personal information. Read more about why every dental practice should leverage HTTPS to protect their website and data integrity.
If you’ve spent time browsing online, chances are you’ve come across a personal or business-oriented blog. While they may not seem all that special on the surface, blogs are an extremely valuable method for connecting with digital audiences and generating buzz.
Thanks to the wide array of free design platforms, it’s never been easier to build an effective and visually appealing website for your small business. Once you’ve nailed down your specific online goals, your target audience, and your place within the broader online market, the next step is to start putting the pieces together.
I don’t think anybody disagrees that having a strong online presence is good for not just reputation and trustworthy information, but also business. It’s amazing to think, then, that the healthcare world is decades behind in this area. Just Google and...
The internet provides a direct pathway to consumers that businesses of previous generations could only dream about, but how can you tell if your marketing ideas will actually work? The answer: audience research.