How do you know if you have choosen the right web developer in Colorado?
Here are a few suggestions on what we think you should look for…
1. Were you able to meet with the web design and development company?
2. Did they answer your questions and were they able to give you an exact price for the web site based on your specific requirements.
3. Could they relate to your vision and offer a realistic timeline to complete your project.
4. Did they offer suggestions on what could enhance your site and the possible target market you were going after.
5. Did you discuss web site hosting and search engine optimization?
If you said no to any or all of these you might want to reconsider the web developer that you have choosen to build or redesign your next website.
Now at BishopWebWorks all the websites we build are responsive. No need to build a separate mobile site or worry about how your site looks on different devices. Our web design approach is to provide optimal viewing experiences with a minimal resizing across a wide range of devices. Make sure the site you build is responsive or you might just build a site that you will have to redesign in the near future. Questions about responsive web design? Contact us for a free consultation….
We just finished our new site redesign for BishopWebWorks and forgot how much work it is to get a site looking and acting just they way you want it. Oh well … just some more tweaks and it should be close!
Please let us know if we can help you with a new re-design for your site. We would love to help your business attract more customer or make your concept become a reality.
This is cool tool.
I found it on this website – http://www.webconfs.com
Check your keyword density with the Keyword Density Checker – Keyword Cloud Tool. This tool will gives you a visual display of the keywords on a site. All you have to do is type in a URL and you will see the text from the site displayed, with keywords with the highest density are in larger fonts. Pretty cool
If you have questions about SEO (Search Engine Optimization) please visit our site to learn more.
People often ask “Do you build small websites – like 1 or 2 pages?”
The answer is ……”Of course we do!”
That is what is really great about the internet it gives smaller businesses the leverage and market exposure to compete with larger companies. So on a limited budget you can have a great marketing tool.
For example we just recently built this 2 page website for a local client. With some Search engine optimization work this site will bring the client additional work. To learn more about SEO go here
I thought this was an interesting headline because it shows the importance of mobile applications. Now not only do you need a website butÂ you need a website that looks good on mobile phones as well.
In the Article -Â it stated that more Americans own Smartphones than hold a bachelorâ€™s degree or speak another language in their homes (Pew Internet Project report)
A telephone survey was completed andÂ 83% of people said that they owned a cellphone ofÂ and 35% of the 2,277 U.S. adults questioned said that they owned a smartphone.
I can only see those number increasing in the future.Everyone who owned a smartphone was likely to use that phone to access the Internet. Nine in 10 smartphone owners (87%) used their phones as Internet portals â€” about 78% of them did so every day. Nearly a third of smartphone owners use their device as their primary Internet connection.
With so many people relying on their phones for both verbal and digital communication, itâ€™s no wonder the researchers compiled to show respondentsâ€™ feelings toward their cellphones includes words like â€œnecessary,â€ â€œconvenientâ€ and even, perhaps somewhat disturbingly, â€œlove.â€
Let BishopWebWorks, Inc help you develop a mobile website or even a mobile application. Since people “love” their phones a mobile website will hopefully make them :love” your busines as well.
Here are some of the most recent sites that we just finished. We are proud of how they came out.
North Park Anglers
All Outdoor Consignment
Check out these different designs and let us know if we can build something for you!
Regards – Dave
Feeling the effects of Panda? – We know we are!
At the end of February, 2011 Google had a major update that affected 12% of all websites. BishopWebWorks was in that 12% and we dropped in our keyword rankings considerably. We probably dropped about 10 -20 spots in the for some of our keywords. BUMMER! What can you do to avoidÂ dropping in your SEO rankings?
Google conducted qualitative research (they spoke with individuals and not just a big questionnaire) to find out what they considered to be low quality sites.Once they got those results Google was able to define low quality sites with actual factors that Google could measure. This gives Google a mathematical definition of low quality.
A few reasons for why Google might consider your site to beÂ “low quality”
A high % of duplicate or copied content.
- A low amount of original content on a page or site.
- A high % (or number) of pages with a low amount of original content.
- A high amount of inappropriate (Ads do not match the search queries a page does well for) advertisements, especially high on the page.
- Page content (and page title tag) do not match the search query
- Unnatural language on a page including heavy-handed on-page SEO (â€˜over-optimizationâ€™ to use a common oxymoron). Unnatural overuse of a word on a page.
- High bounce rate on page or site.
- Low visit times on page or site.
- Low % of users returning to a site.
- Low clickthrough % from Googleâ€™s results pages (for page or site).
- High % of boilerplate content (the same on every page).
- Low or no quality inbound links to a page or site (by count or %).Low or no mentions or links to a page or site in social media and from other sites.
If any of these factors is relevant to Panda, it is unlikely that they will be so on their own.
Like allÂ SEO it is the sum of all of these that will add up tpgether and get you Â â€˜Panda pointsâ€™ (and points do not mean prizes in this game). Panda points will be added up. Cross a threshold (the Panda Line) and all the pages on your site seem to be affected. This includes quality original pages being ranked well. Google have said that â€œlow quality content on part of a site can impact a siteâ€™s ranking as a whole.â€
Hopefully this helps and you can fight back against the Panda updates and get those high rankings and traffic back!
What can BishopWebWorks, Inc. do for your company?
If it has anything to do with your online business we can help.
BishopwebWorks, Inc is an integrated website internet company offering a large range of services to help small and mid sized businesses succeed in the fast paced online community.
We offer a complete web design service and SEO marketingÂ services to help you achieve the image you want to present to your customers.
We look forward to helping you so give us a call @ 970-376-6631 or email us a email@example.com today!
On February 24, 2011, Google announced on their official blog that their algorithms had been changed. This apparantly will affect around 12% of the search engine’s queries. Google’s reason for the change was to reduce the rankings for low-quality sites and increase the rankings for high-quality sites (sites with lots of original content). This is just one example of a sudden change online that can result in changes in the way search engine optimization is handled.
We recommend making sure you have lots of great original content on your website that reflects your business. With more content you will inevitably outrank your competitor.
For question on SEO or BishopWebWorks SEO services please view our site or case studies
Have a great day –