Bringing Your WordPress Website or Other Type of Website into GDPR Compliance
If you do business with European citizens, you know you need to get your customer data management policies and procedures in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that went into effect last month.
European companies are updating their policies and procedures to keep themselves on the right side of the law and avoid hefty fines for non-compliance. American companies should move in that direction, too, as it is only a matter of time before some or all of the GDPR guidelines become adopted in the U.S. Continue reading
What questions should I ask a web design company before hiring them?
You know your business better than any web designer will, so you should create a set of questions related to your specific needs as you seek a developer to build your new website. The following questions can give you a place to start when qualifying your next web designer, no matter your type of business.
Do you have samples of websites you have built?
You will want to see some examples of the sites each design firm has built, and the right company for you should be able to provide website samples that will be similar to what you want and/or fit into your particular business type. Continue reading
To get the best possible website design solution for your business, you first need to understand what you need from your new website. What specific results do you need it to generate? With those questions answered, you can start to think about how to build your site.
Here’s what all websites must include in 2018:
Website Look and Ease of Use
The Home Page – your website’s home page should make it immediately clear what you have to offer your visitors. Your website home page should also offer visitors quick ways to contact you including a phone number they can click on using their smartphone, and in most cases a contact form or easy link to a page where they can submit a written inquiry or request. Continue reading
Claiming and verifying your business’ Google local search listing is one of the most essential tenets of proactive online reputation management and local search.
As an owner, one of your biggest goals is to guarantee to your customers, that they are receiving the very most recent and accurate information related to your business’ location, hours, and contact information when they search for your business online. Continue reading
Job Title: Digital Media Marketing Specialist (full time, in-house).
We are currently seeking a motivated social media specialist to join our digital marketing team!
About the company:
KO Websites, Inc. (through our sister brand SEOpro.pro) provides full-service inbound, online digital marketing services for small and large businesses in the Bay Area. Our team is expanding and we are offering several key positions with upward growth opportunities. Please see www.KO-websites.com and www.seopro.PRO for product details.
This is part II of a blog about what new marketing agencies look like and why it’s smart to use them.
What does a new age marketing agency look like?
The new type of marketing agency still provides consulting, advice and helps identify potential markets. They also offer opportunities to co-op advertising opportunities, leveraging their client base to 3rd. party advertising channels. Additionally, they refine your brand and company message helping you to stand apart from your competition. Continue reading
What does a San Francisco Marketing Agency look like today?
Background: Watch out what you blog about. Someone might actually read it!
I just got off the phone with someone who found us via our SEO website, www.seopro.PRO. She was a marketing coordinator for a upscale vocational school in San Francisco. I could tell she had spoken with several SEM (search engine marketing) agencies and heard and read just enough to start feeling like she understood the concepts and terms used in the Internet marketing industry. Aka Inbound marketing. Continue reading
MB Development Gets a new WordPress website
By KO Websites, a Bay Area leader in WordPress web design,
SEO and Internet Marketing
MB Development came to KO Websites with the desire of getting a complete marketing make-over. From a new logo, new website, Mobile website, strong and effective SEO to full service social media marketing. “KO Websites is unique in that we have separate in-house teams dedicated to each of this clients needs.” said Ken, President at KO Websites. Continue reading
Do It yourself Digital Marketing?
How can a tiny company market online for free (or near free)? We’ll show you the must-have basics for effective online marketing that you will see results from almost immediately. With little or no investment, you can at least be found on search engines. Do I need a website to get started? No. There are places like Google and other companies that offer a “free” website, but we’re going to assume that you could not cope with the building of one or did, but it won’t show up on search engines (a common problem with free websites). In this article, we’re going to focus on just one thing – YOUR company getting found on the internet through ‘local search.’ Being found in local searches is absolutely, positively a must in order to survive these days . Local search refers to the local companies that come up on search results. Many times these local search results are not company websites, but rather online directories, listing services, or social websites. This is where you can capitalize! Get on these local listing, rating and social sites for FREE! We’ll give you a list of these further down. Continue reading
What Does an ‘Award Winning Web Design Company’ mean anyway?
About 8 years ago, I went to a meeting at a PC keyboard company in Oakland, California for a discussion about KO Websites building a new website for them. The meeting went very well, but was typical, in that there was one person who was trying to trip up the web guy, proving they knew more tech than the web guy did. I was used to this and survived well until the last question was thrown at me…It was, “so how many awards has your company won?” Continue reading