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The value of using a pre-built theme for your website

So maybe you want a new website for your small business in 2019, but don’t have the resources for a custom theme. Using a pre-built theme is the next best option.

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The best web host for a WordPress website

A web host is one of the most important choices you’ll make when setting up a website, especially if you sell products online. So here are some recommendations for the best hosting.

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How to stay on-brand with Gutenberg

One of the best parts of Gutenberg is the power it gives small business over their website. But you need to make sure you still stay on brand.

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How to add a custom color palette to your website with Gutenberg

One of the best parts of Gutenberg is the easy color changes. But how do you keep your colors on brand? Three words: custom color palettes.

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Self-developing a website vs. hiring a developer

Should you create a website yourself or hire a developer to building it? It’s a great question with no real right answer. Only what works for you.

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Staying up to date with your content

So your website has now launched and things are looking up. So now what do you do? Well, you should at least your content is up to date.

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Why a website costs that much

When you get a quote for the price of a new website from a developer, it can be a bit jarring. But here’s what you’re really paying for with that new website.

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What happens after the website goes live?

So the website for your small business has launched. Awesome. Now what do you do? Well, I hope you have a plan in place.

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What to look for in a design for a new website

So you’ve got the design for your new website back for you to approve. But how do you know if it’s the right design for you. Here are the biggest things to look for.

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Where to find a developer for your website

Once you’ve got the plan for your small business website down, it’s time find a web developer to build it. But where to start your search?

What to be ready for in the discovery phase

Once you have a plan and selected a developer, it’s time for the discovery phase of the website process. This is a crucial step, so to help you out, here are somethings to be ready for.

What to look for in a developer for your small business website

Now you’ve decided your small business needs a new website. Picking the right developer is crucial, but how do you do it?