Over the last month or two I have been fighting Facebook Instant. At first it was due to their slow, manual review process for approving new websites trying to utilize Facebook Instant. My client’s theme and usage of embeds caused numerous problems for Facebook’s parsingContinue Reading –
If this is the first time you are hearing of Google certifications, let me write a quick introduction. Google has essentially created a platform for learning more about all of their products that they offer and a way to be certified that you know what youContinue Reading –
Over the last couple of years, I have probably used or tried to use 20+ hosts. In this post I thought I would share my experiences with those hosts in case they are helpful for others trying to find a good one for their new website.Continue Reading –
Disrupted: My Misadventure in the Start-Up Bubble is a book by former Tech Editor of Newsweek, Dan Lyons. The premise of the book is that Dan is fired at Newsweek, hunts for a job as a non-journalist for the first time at age 52, and signsContinue Reading –
My buddy and I had a website when we were 18-19 years old that has been dead for well over a decade. I won’t use the real address (let’s call it pardonusforbadwriting.com) since the content was sports related and displays a quality of writing (that though I wasContinue Reading –
How much does a new website cost?
$3,500 is Sharp Guys Web Design’s standard website rate and it goes up from there depending on your company’s unique needs.
But even a number that seems refreshingly clear can be muddied by questions like – what is a standard website? That is aContinue Reading –
Often times this is the first thing a business owner/marketing person is interested in when we chat. It can be a good question but let’s take a step back. Do you simply want eyeballs on your website’s content? Probably not unless you earn money by theContinue Reading –