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A Few Interesting Things Google Analytics can Teach You About Your Website

We install Google Analytics into every website we build to learn more about what’s going on with visitor traffic and provide valuable reports to our clients. Here are a few interesting things you can learn about your website through Google Analytics. Find out where your website traffic is coming from, geographically speaking. Google Analytics will […]
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South Council’s Website Design Gets Revamped!

The South Council of the Jax Chamber of Commerce just got a spiffy new website design courtesy of us. If you didn’t know, South Council‘s mission is to to help members build new business relationships, promote their businesses, keep informed about business trends, improve their community and provide business education to make our members outstanding business […]
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Mike Williams for Sheriff Website

Last week we published a campaign website for Mike Williams for Jacksonville Sheriff at www.mikewilliamsforsheriff.com. Integrated with his campaign’s social media efforts, this custom design website gives the campaign the ability to update their own content including a blog for publishing campaign related news. We built a custom volunteer form allowing visitors to join Mike’s […]
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Why It’s Important to Update Your WordPress Website

WordPress is one of the web’s most common website platforms. We integrate most websites we build with WordPress to allow our customers to manage and update their own websites. WordPress, like any operating system you’re used to, releases new versions of itself to stay on it’s A-game. We always recommend updating to the most recent […]
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Elyk Publishes New Website for MatrixOneSource

MatrixOneSource has a new home on the web! Their new website has been published to www.matrixonesource.com. The website design is a modified version of the last website we designed for Matrix. WordPress was installed allowing Matrix to update their own website and we will provide training and support for them to learn and use it. […]
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“It’s Not a Great Website if the Words Aren’t Great”

No matter how great a website’s design, no matter how elegant the navigation, sooner or later site visitors will decide whether to take action based on something they read.  In the end, the effectiveness with which a website converts visitors into clients hinges on the words. “We write great words that engage your clients and […]
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New Thomas Diving Website Published!

Our Jacksonville web design team has published our first website in 2014! The new Thomas Contracting website has been published to www.thomasdiving.com. This website design project includes WordPress so the owners can manage their own website – they provided the website content. The design is custom – we worked with the owners to develop the […]
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Start the New Year with New Web Banner!

Still have the same old home page banner that came with your website design? The start of the year is a great time to fresh your banner up! Your website design wont have to change. All website banners are different and usually put together during the website design process – some are static while others […]
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Elyk Publishes New AAA Advanced Residential Rehab Website

Today we published a new website for AAA Advanced Residential Rehab! www.aaaresidentialrehab.com This website build project involved responsive design, the current trend in mobile website development. It means the website will change itself to fit on whatever screen size loads it! We’re also using WordPress for the content management system and blog, allowing the owner […]
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Jacksonville Web Developer Launches New Website For Inspired Perspectives LLC

With a name like Inspired Perspectives, their new website deserved nothing less than an inspirational design. With dual homepage sliders, the WordPress Content Management system behind the scenes, and colorful, rich content, this site is one of our favorites. Check it out.
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