We always get the warm fuzzies when we see people building their own sites out with the SquareHook Tool. So we had to share! Dallas owns a Carbon Cleaning Distributor Center here in Utah. He used our Flattern Theme.
We had a serious pleasure working with the team over at EventLab. Â Doug and Danny have been visionaries for decades, and they brought their creativity to their new site. We love clients with vision!They had a great video made by their friends from Cornerstone in place of a scrolling banner.
Our SquareHook tool is awesome!Â We have a killer FREE feature that allows our clients to put in their own SEO, and customize any and every webpage they have—making it easier for website visitors to find you!
Check out our brief How-To video HERE
Under the PAGE SETTINGS, you can adjust your SEO settings. Â You can populate Focus Keywords, and add a meta description. Â A meta description is a brief synopsis of what you would find on that specific web page.
When we were introduced to the doctors over at HealthQuest, they told us they wanted their site to be updated and informative. Â Their site visitors were frequently potential or existing clients, so they wanted them to have available resources to help them.
While many chiropractor sites aren’t the most exciting websites on the Internet, we were confident that our design would be one people would remember and associate to talented medical professionals that care about their clients.
Thanks so much to all those who attended our first Meetup: Learn to Build Your Own Website!Â
We had a wonderful turnout of guests. Â We broke bread (more like The Pie Pizza) and discussed tools to help build your online presence.
A few topics we discussed included:
Blogging options–Tumblr, (we ourselves use Tumblr) Wordpress, and Blogger
A/B testing–Optimizely is a great choice
Responsive Design–we’re fans of Twitter Bootstrap and Zurb Academy
Billing options–Square, Stripe, Pay Pal
Programming tools–Team Treehouse, Isotope, Code Academy
There were a lot of great questions asked, and we were so pumped to answer them.