If you’ve visited a website at any point in the past few months, you will probably have been prompted with a window asking whether or not you want to ‘accept cookies’ or something with similar wording. This reflects the new model when it comes to online privacy and security.Continue reading
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Category Archives: Website Launches
If you don’t know who is coming to your site, then you don’t know how to accurately market to them. You need to know exactly who is visiting your site, and you can do all that and more, with Google Analytics.Continue reading
Learn how to organize your clients efficiently.
Join us as we deliver a workshop explaining how to use a CRM (Customer Relations Manager), and how it can help your business. From tracking leads, creating follow up tasks, and storing all emails and files in an effective way, a CRM will make your business run more smoothly, which ultimately means more profit.Continue reading
A New Year, a New You. So goes the ritual of the New Year’s resolution, with each of us approaching the year to come with a clear list of goals and a hopeful optimism. Whether it’s going to the gym, saving money, or eating healthier, we always imagine that this is the year things will be different. However, so often what starts well will falter as the year goes.
Make this year a true game changer by simplifying your resolution and give yourself a clear goal with an obvious path: increase the profitability of your business. What makes this goal achievable? By simply updating your website. Here are 7 reasons why you should upgrade.Continue reading
Online advertising can help any business grow. You are invited to join us for an event, co-hosted with Google, about how digital marketing can help you thrive on the Web. This month – Retail
Radar Hill is taking over from Tom Nash GreaterVictoria.com and VancouverIslandBedBreakfast.com, two Bed & Breakfast websites designed to promote this beautiful part of the world. Tom has been a client of ours for many years, and we graciously accept ownership of his websites. We thank him for the smooth transition, and wish him the best in his retirement. See below for his full retirement letter.