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 →
Having been in business over 28 years, HomeGuard knows exactly what it takes to succeed amidst the unique and high demands of the Northern California real estate market. That’s why it needed a new, mobile-friendly website that could keep up with demand and the company’s high standards.
Award-winning website design and search engine optimization (SEO) company officially incorporates in California
Award-winning website design and search engine optimization (SEO) company, KO Websites (https://www.ko-websites.com), has officially incorporated in the State of California. The new company has been renamed to KO Websites, Inc.
Bay Area Logistics Business Upgrades to WordPress Website
OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA (PRWEB) AUGUST 19, 2014
R&A Trucking, a complete intermodal freight transport company, had a pretty good website built by KO Websites in 2008. But the website was starting to look a little dated, so they launched a new WordPress website this week. Recently, the company has seen a growth in logistics projects for high-profile clients such as Tesla Motors, San Francisco Central Subway project. The Great Pacific Race, and the America’s Cup. “We decided that if we’re going to be working on large-scale projects with big companies, we needed a website that is equally as impressive”, said R&A President Eric Weakley. He called Ken O’Donnell of the Bay Area web design company KO Websites to do the work.
Bay Area Pet Product Line Launches Optimized Website.
Offering unique, innovative and safe products for dogs and cats, Sadie’s Pet Products launched their new website and online store this week. The Bay Area company was launched late in 2013 with a flagship product, the 8-in-1 Security Leash. Prior to the new website launch, the product was only sold at trade shows and pet conventions. The launch of www.SadiesPetProducts.com gives the opportunity to expand sales to a much larger audience. Continue reading →
The start of the new year is the perfect time for new beginnings. If you are ready for a new website or updated website design, then let the new year inspire you! If you don’t want to start from scratch, it is still important to take a critical look at your business website. Here are important components to consider: Continue reading →
E-Commerce Websites and In-Store Shopping Transforms Buying Experience Together
The Holidays are upon us and that means holiday shopping is underway. With Black Friday doorbuster deals, consumers are looking for the best possible prices on hot-ticket items for the whole family. This year, more consumers are using their mobile devices to help find and purchase those items, without even stepping foot in the physical store. Continue reading →
Bay Area Home Theater Company Launches New Mobile Friendly Website
PLEASANT HILL, CA. (PRWEB) SEPTEMBER 06, 2013
What do you do if you leave your sprinklers on while away on vacation? Or can’t remember if you turned your alarm system on? Karbon Consulting, a San Francisco Bay Area home theater installation company, is helping homeowners achieve peace of mind with home automation systems. Karbon is an authorized dealer of leading service Savant Home Automation Systems. Savant sets up a home as an intelligent hub for media, internet, and more. Whether tech-savvy or not, Savant home automation scales to the homeowner’s needs, from comprehensive systems that transform the home into a smart home, or as simple as creating multiple heating and cooling zones.