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
Bay Area Web Designer Enhances Organization’s Websites
KO Websites, Inc., is pleased to announce it is the chosen vendor for website management services to Bay.org, Northern California’s largest watershed conservation group based in San Francisco.
Hair Restoration Clinic Launches New Optimized Website
LOS GATOS, CA (PRWEB) JULY 31, 2014
Some patients might be wary of hair transplant surgery, but they won’t be after seeing this new informative website, loaded with great information and facts, reports KO Websites.
Medical Hair Transplant and Aesthetics (MHTA), a hair transplant and restoration surgery clinic, has just launched a new website. Recently, the clinic has seen a spike in demand for hair restoration services. “I decided it was time to give some attention to our website to highlight the options MHTA has to offer,” says lead surgeon Dr. John Diep. “Hair restoration has come a long way in the last few years and I wanted people suffering with hair loss to be able to see how natural and painless it is. The best way I could do that was through a new website.” Diep reached out to Ken O’Donnell of KO Websites in the S.F. Bay Area to build the clinic a new site.
5 Tips for Refreshing Your Business Website
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
Law Office Launches New SEO and Mobile Website
CASTRO VALLEY, CA. (PRWEB) OCTOBER 29, 2013
The Law Offices of Poniatowski Leding Parik in the East Bay Area has expanded their office and the business law services they offer. Along with the expansion has come their new name. The law firm has been advising corporate clients on commercial and real estate transactions and litigation for over 25 years. In order to feature their new patent law services and new staff, they turned to a local web development company, KO Websites, to build them a new website to coincide with their new name launch. Continue reading
How much should a good website design cost?
Don’t ask the US Government!
What should you expect to pay for web design and development?
How much is too much to pay for a website? Does paying a lot for a website guarantee quality work? According to the results of HealthCare.gov, no is clearly the answer.
High prices usually indicate that you can expect a high quality product. But everyone is buzzing about the skyrocketing costs of the new Healthcare.gov website. Estimates of the cost of the new healthcare website range from $200 million to well over $500 million. Granted, the website technological infrastructure, interfaces and exchanges are complicated by having to connect to other older .Gov websites. This requirement was probably (we suspect) the ball and chain that’s stifling this project. While there is some disagreement on the final bill, it is clear that costs have soared over the initial $93.7 million cap. So the US Government just paid millions for HeathCare.gov – and it doesn’t work. How much should your company pay for a website and how do you avoid cost overruns like this? 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.
KO Websites Launches Another
Great WordPress Website this week
KO Websites welcomes aboard Save A Lot Solar, a Bay Area residential solar panel and solar system installer.
When Save a Lot Solar wanted to expand their San Francisco, Bay Area residential solar installation operation, they chose to market online. To start, they needed a new WordPress website along with a long list of other online marketing assets. They wanted a single company and point of contact that could meet all their Internet marketing needs. This marketing firm would be held accountable for all their internet marketing assets, including Google Adwords.