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Stay Alert with Creative Commons – CC0 images

For anyone needing an image to help tell their story online, Creative Commons Zero (CC0) is an option to explore.  There are a number of types of CC licenses and you need to be aware which one you are downloading.  For many small businesses using CC0 images to spruce up their site is a great…

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Websites That Sell For You

One of our specialties is creating websites that tie your products/services to your reviews and to your projects. It helps your potential customers see a complete picture of your abilities, whether they land on a product/service page, your testimonials, FAQ’s or recent projects page. For we tied his books to their reviews so that…

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Have you updated your logo? Tell us!

Many of our clients came to us over a decade ago.  A lot can happen in 10 years, like a new logo.  Don’t forget to contact AccuNet when you change your logo. It is important to keep your Internet presence consistent and to match your paper marketing. For many we can change out the logo…

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What to do about SPAM from your website?

Digital SPAM, it gives the canned meat a bad name!  SPAM can not only be directly emailed to you, it can also come from your website’s contact form.  The form you provide for your customers and prospects can also be used by the “bad guys”.  While there are ways to stop automated “bots” using your…

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Break Down Your Strategy into Manageable Pieces

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How do you get “on top” of your Internet Marketing Message? It used to be that once you had a website you were done with your Internet marketing. Then SEO became important to rise above the competition on search engine search result pages. Today, you need to also seriously consider social media services and paid online advertising to promote your organization.

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About the Website

Websites follow fashion trends. 20 years ago black backgrounds were in style, 10 years ago everyone had vertical navigation, and 5 years ago creating websites with a lot of shine and bubble was considered “in style.” Today, a flatter, more open, simple graphic design is in style.

Is your look current? Does it even matter?

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