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Directory Websites Are Dead: Local SEO Powers Business Growth

Posted on: May 23, 2020

Written by: Mick Sherry

Posted in: Local Business Marketing Guides

Is your business wasting money on premium business listings and paid directories? If the answer is yes, you’ve got a problem. Ask yourself: How often do you use an online directory or the Yellow Pages online to find a local business? I’m talking about when you’re searching for a local service or contractor. For example: […]

Get More Leads & Traffic to your Local Business Website

Posted on: May 10, 2020

Written by: Mick Sherry

Posted in: Local Business Marketing Guides

So, your business website isn’t getting enough relevant visitors to convert into customers. If your site doesn’t have many incoming visitors, you have nothing to work with…No potential customers to convert into dollars. Here are a few ways you can get more website traffic and convert more leads.

How To: Improve Your Business Website & Generate More Leads

Posted on: April 25, 2020

Written by: Mick Sherry

Posted in: Local Business Marketing Guides

Many business owners have a confusing website that is costing them leads, sales and money on a daily basis. In this post, I will explore one of the main problems holding back your business website and give you an actionable plan (with examples) of how to fix it.

Accountant Website Design Overview

Posted on: March 17, 2019

Written by: Mick Sherry

Posted in: Completed Website Projects

  About The Project Demo Mock URL: https://www.saberaccountants.com.au A Gold Coast Accounting firm requested a website redesign of their early 2000’s website which did not end up going ahead due to the company’s workload. Design Brief: The brief was to simply redesign the old website whilst keeping the branding and colours the same. This was […]

Helensvale Rugby Website Project Overview

Posted on: March 17, 2019

Written by: Mick Sherry

Posted in: Completed Website Projects

  About The Project Live URL: https://www.helensvalerugby.com.au Helensvale Rugby Union Club required a redesign of their old website. Their goals were to reinvigorate their online presence as well as create a media hub for their various social media platforms. By allowing Facebook updates and instagram images to feed into the site automatically, it saves the […]

Chao Pha Ya Thai Massage Website Project Overview

Posted on: March 17, 2019

Written by: Mick Sherry

Posted in: Completed Website Projects

  About The Project Live URL: https://www.thaimassagehelensvale.com.au The team at Chao Pha Ya Thai Massage located in Helensvale on the Gold Coast required a website to complete their online marketing mix. They had been operating on the Gold Coast for over 4 years and in that time they had slowly built up their Google Places […]

Plains Removals Website Project Overview

Posted on: March 17, 2019

Written by: Mick Sherry

Posted in: Completed Website Projects

  About The Project Live URL: https://www.plainsremovals.com.au This website had a simple purpose: To capture leads by making it simple & as quick as possible for users to call or make an online quote request by submitting a form through the website. Design Brief: Clean, modern design that will look reputable, professional and that has […]

Ezy Way Driving School Project Details

Posted on: May 21, 2016

Written by: Mick Sherry

Posted in: Completed Website Projects

About The Project Ezy Way Driving School came looking for a single page website. They already had an existing website, however the design and layout was very cluttered and in need of refinement. We also decided to add a contact form to the featured area above the fold to make it as simple as possible […]

How to make an iframe responsive using HTML + CSS

Posted on: May 20, 2016

Written by: Mick Sherry

Posted in: Tutorials

When it comes to creating responsive web design elements, the <iframe> is an element that can cause a real headache unless the proper steps are taken. Today I will quickly show you how to make your <iframe> responsive in this tutorial. What is an iframe? <iframe> is short for “Inline Frame” and is used to […]

How to create a centered horizontal navigation menu using simple CSS

Posted on: May 17, 2016

Written by: Mick Sherry

Posted in: Tutorials

In this simple CSS tutorial, we will be creating a centered horizontal navigation menu. Using CSS can be tricky if you don’t first define a fixed width for your list items…the thing is, no one wants to declare a fixed width element if it isn’t necessary. In the world of responsive web design it is […]