Term archive for "website help"

It’s Okay to Ask for Help When Marketing Your Small Business Yourself

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Did you decide to dive into managing your small business’s marketing efforts in 2020 or 2021? If so, you’re not alone. According to Fundera’s Small Business Marketing Statistics and Trends (2021), 47% of small business owners are now handling their marketing entirely on their own. Here at TTG, this is what we refer to as… Continue Reading »

Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Favicons

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Just when you thought you knew almost everything you needed to know about your small business website, along comes another new term to master. Well, the term we’re talking about this time isn’t exactly new, but it’s not familiar to most people. Let’s talk about Favicons. What Is a Favicon? Favicons are the very small… Continue Reading »

Best Practices: Development & Test Web Sites

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There’s a saying in the tech field: A website is never done. This is very true for growing businesses. There are always changes and upgrades to be made. Companies that invest in custom websites learn the value of making changes and edits to continually meet and exceed client expectations. But how do you roll out… Continue Reading »

If You Don’t Have a Website, Do You Really Have a Business?

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Do you have a business card? It’s one of the first things people ask for when they meet you at a business event. It doesn’t matter if you’ve got the smallest shop in town or you work for one of the world’s largest corporations, people expect you to have a business card. It’s part of… Continue Reading »