Author Archives: Stephen Alemar

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How to Sell Website Personalization to Your Clients

Selling and educating are two completely different things, and combining them into one successful pitch is a bit of an art form. For someone to buy into an idea, they also need to understand how it works and the benefits it provides, especially if it’s a completely new concept. Such is the case with website…
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Using Duda’s Website Builder to Create Landing Pages and Make Money

In addition to the standard website services you provide to your clients, it’s never a bad idea to offer up some marketing help as well. Search engine marketing, running display campaigns, or any other sort of advertising initiatives you can offer help to ingratiate you to your clients and make for a great upsell. But…
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Creating an eCommerce Website for Your Clients

Whether you’re building an eCommerce website for a brand new client, or adding an online store to an existing DudaOne site, there’s a little more to it than just creating a killer design and awesome user experience. You also need to make sure that payment processing, shipping providers, email notifications and more are all set…
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The In-Store Side of Your eCommerce Website

There are plenty of good reasons to create an eCommerce website. It’s an additional source of revenue, super convenient for your customers, enables you to cross-promote multiple products to a single visitor; the list goes on and on. However, it’s important to remember that opening your online store will have an impact on how you…
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Black Friday inSites for Boosting Business

For one day a year, all across America, we turn into a nation of certifiable shopaholics. We wake up at the crack of dawn, shake off our Thanksgiving food coma and head out to check as much as we can off of our holiday season shopping lists. For business owners, Black Friday is the single…
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Website Personalization Tip: Handling First-Time and Returning Visitors

Beyond time of day and a website visitor’s physical location, how many times they’ve visited the business’ site can have a substantial impact on what their best website experience would be. For example, if a potential customer is landing on your site for the first time, they may not be very familiar with your services. In…
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Why You Should Care About Responsive Web Design

Depending on how you look at it, responsive web design should either be your present or your future. It all depends on the state of your current web presence. If you already have a fully responsive website, congratulations! You’re set for the foreseeable future. This is because as devices diversify and tablets pick up more…
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How to Make a Website for Your Small Business

I know the title of this post is “How to Make a Website for your Small Business,” but before we get into the how (and we will, I promise), I’d like to quickly address the why. The answer is shockingly simple, but probably not all that surprising.

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What are the different types of CDNs?

A few blog posts back, we discussed what a content delivery network (CDN) is and why you would want to use one. At the end of that post, we also mentioned that there are different kinds of CDNs, and we’d be walking you through them soon. Well, it’s time to keep that promise. So to…
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What is a CDN?

It seems like a straightforward, universal process. You type the name of a website into a search bar, and wait as a little animation of a growing bar, or circle chasing itself, inform you that the site is loading. “Give me a moment,” it says. “I’m grabbing what you asked for.” However, though it’s pretty…
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