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How to Build a Site with Weebly

September 9th, 2014

Tweet You may understand the gist of WordPress. But it admittedly crosses the nerd line for some folks. After all, it’s a full-fledged content management system, which means databases, plugins and even some coding. Weebly is a great alternative when you don’t need a ton of bells and whistles. This doesn’t mean Weebly isn’t powerful. […]

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How to Set Up WordPress

August 30th, 2014

Tweet The ease of use and incredible power, enhanced by a wide variety of plugins, make WordPress a popular choice for all kinds of sites. Whether you’re running a business or just a blog, WordPress has the tools you need. We have a lot of information about how to use WordPress with FatCow. And setting it up is […]

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The Future of Websites

July 22nd, 2014

Tweet Striking a balance between visually engaging content and customer-focused context is crucial for the future of any website. Responsive web design is key to this balancing act. It adapts to the type of device and the screen size on which it is viewed. This means that your content automatically reorganizes to optimize for a […]

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5 Calls to Action to Use on Your Website

July 16th, 2014

Tweet A great website drives engagement with a call to action, which is a clear and direct suggestion that the visitor do something. The best calls to action offer to trade useful information or tools for the visitor’s future attention. Fat Cow’s Marketing Services packages can help you set up a boldly designed presentation. But […]

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Writing a Compelling “About” Page on Your Website

July 7th, 2014

Tweet If your small business has a website, then the “About” page is a critical component that shouldn’t be overlooked. If you’re like many business owners, you’re probably so focused on the design of your site that you don’t see the importance of the “About” page. You may even view it as an afterthought, forgetting […]

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Why Summer is the Best Time to Start on Web Design

June 23rd, 2014

Tweet Whether you’re creating a new site or iterating on one that already exists, web design is an ongoing process. But you’ve got to start some time. Here’s why summer is the best time to start on web design. Getting Some Fresh Air The number one reason why summer is the best time to start on web design […]

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