WordPress may be the most popular content management system on the market right now, but that doesn't make it the best one. Here at Trajectory, we think Craft is the leading CMS in every way — from security to design flexibility and everything in between.
Because SEO is such a hot topic, there’s also a lot of misinformation floating around out there. If improving your search engine ranking is one of your goals for 2019, you’ll want to keep reading as we bust some of the top SEO myths we’ve heard.
It’s always a good idea to start with data. What do your visitors look for when they arrive at your website? What makes them stay, and what sends them running to a competitor? We’ve run the numbers, and what we’ve found may surprise you.
When it comes to getting more traffic to your website, there’s nothing quite as powerful as Google. Google owns 68% of the search engine market share, which means well over half of the world defaults to it for their internet searches.
DIY website builders often come with a whole slew of problems that don’t manifest themselves until you’ve already used up your web design budget. Here are some of the biggest ways a DIY website can spell disaster for your business.
If you do a Google search for signs that you need a new website, you’ll find a lot of blogs from web design companies listing reasons that you need a completely new website. But do you really? Let’s cut through the nonsense with three ways to know if you need a new site.
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