Did you know that overly large images can slow your website to a crawl? We’re all aware by now that visitors won’t hang around for more than three seconds waiting for a page to load, so it’s vital that you optimize your online graphics.
Happy with your new website? Think it hits all the marks in design, navigation and layout? Take it to the next level with these three content & design ideas.
Whether you’re having a professional photographer prepare your web images or you’re purchasing stock photos, be sure to choose wisely. Your images should make a believable, emotional connection with your customer and make them feel comfortable.
Your website won’t open. You’re seeing a white screen, or worse, a big red warning message that says that your site is toxic and warns visitors to turn away. If [...]
The Wordpress platform gets more popular every day. It’s easy to install and easy to maintain, and right now, WP accounts for about 20% of all the sites on the [...]
Hackers are everywhere, and they’re not just interested in the big government and industrial sites - they can and will come after your site. Don’t make it easy for them [...]
Is your website optimized for local search? Many consumers use the web to find business hours, your location, reviews on your services, and information on your products. Your website needs [...]
Here at Prospect Communications we’re creating new websites all the time. Some clients arrive with website name firmly in hand, and others come in search of the perfect name for [...]
In the few weeks since we wrote “You Must be Mobile-Friendly”, Google has seriously upped their game. If your site is registered with Google’s Webmaster Tools, and is not mobile-friendly, [...]
PDFs are not good for . . . Web Content When your visitor clicks a link on your page, they expect to be directly connected to another page. But in [...]