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Audio Equipment Manufacturer, Bittree Makes Online Ordering Simpler With New Website
Los Angeles, Calif.- Audio patch bay manufacturers, Bittree, wanted to revamp their website to better match their recently updated brand and create an easier to navigate layout. Los Angeles web design firm, Media Contour, was tasked with creating a website that not only resonates with those interested in audio recording and engineering markets, but creates the easiest shopping experience possible.
A well-designed website is the first step in launching your business with success. Image is everything, and a clean website that expresses what you are about is of utmost importance. A plain website or a poorly designed site can make a customer think you are sketchy or even a scam. With web design Los Angeles firms, there are a few things you must know before hiring a company.
This is part two of our article on structuring and preparing a blog for part one click here. This half of the blog will cover the topics of writing, proofreading/editing and publication.
Don’t get me wrong, as someone who has a background in marketing, I think it is imperative that most companies have both a website and an active social media platform working in conjunction with each other. However, from a pragmatic point of view, many companies must decide whether to invest their online time and resources more into a large-scaled website with many bells and whistles or a well-attended social media front that engages their target audience on a daily basis. This article will explore which of these two online marketing methods is best for your company. (more…)
In a previous article, I talked to you about how to use Pinterest as a means to drive traffic to your website and drum-up sales. Today I want to talk about how to use this new top 10 social media tool to attract a demographic it has not yet fully reached: men. (more…)
It is well known that branding is crucial to the success and survival of businesses. Yet too often, businesses overlook the importance of applying branding strategies to their website. Whether you’re a big business or a small online retailer, your website is more than just a site – it’s your brand!
At one time or another, we have all visited a website that is so confusing and poorly-designed that it is not worth wasting any time or effort on. Some webmasters are so focused on collecting information from their users that they overload their visitors with requests and instructions. Other websites are simply annoying. Listed here are some of the most common features of a website that frustrate visitors.