The provocative title points to the importance of having a responsive website—if your site is not responsive, you are at best frustrating your customers, and at worst losing sales.
As much as we'd like to work for you, we generally won't respond to RFPs (Request for Proposal).
Today's marketers maintain sophisticated websites and make smart use of social media and blogs to boost awareness of their brand and forge relationships with potential and existing customers.
For sites gone sour, sometimes the most painful solution—starting over—is the best.
There are several resources for nonprofits and community groups to get help marketing their concern, including branding and web site design.
One of the first questions from our clients is "What will this cost?". What is needed to write a proper quote?
Generally speaking, the cost of a web site is proportional to the amount of customization. In other words, more customization = higher cost.