What you need to know to get a website built for you in New Brunswick. Selecting a New Brunswick Web Design company? This should be the easy part, do a quick google search, and send off a few emails. They reach back out to you and give you some details, you sign up to the agreement and get a website built. What we want to do is give you the basics of getting a website up and running so you have the knowledge to review the project plans/qoutes you are recieving. At The DSS we actually create a Google Project...Read More
Looking for a great WordPress host but you have questions and concerns? There is definitely challenges when selecting a webhost or finding one that is better for your WordPress websites. Maybe you are like we were not long ago and you want to have better hosting for your WordPress site so that it loads faster, and easier to maintain. We used to be on a standard shared hosting platform which meant that we with any new iteration of WordPress we had to manage the updates in WordPress admin not counting having to manually setup staging sites for testing as many...Read More
Web Hosting is important as it’s where your website is going to live and provide essential email service. Making sure you have a company you enjoy working with is vital as you will likely work with them for years. The DSS Top Web Hosting Picks #1. GreenGeeks The best Shared Hosting Platform and customer service combination I have ever seen. I’ve never had a problem deploying a website. They offer both live chat support and a ticketing system with really great response times. They offer shared hosting and WordPress Optimized Hosting. Monthly packages are $10 per month outside of introductory...Read More
One of the first things your going to find when starting a website is you need a place for your website to live and that is referred to as Web Hosting. The next thing you will find is there is way too many options and people will quickly just go to recognized names like GoDaddy or Name or Gater Hosting as they happened to see a tv commercial about it. I know it seems overwhelming but don’t fret you don’t need to jump into any package just yet. Web hosting isn’t a one size fits all (despite what they claim)...Read More
Outsourcing work to other vendors has become standard practice for many organizations. Whether it’s because of time deficits, or the need for a specialist to complete a role, outsourcing has become critical to the success of many businesses. Speaking from personal experience, I am leveraged quite often to help clients with their design work. Jobs such as brochures, websites, printable one pagers, and even updates to existing client content aren’t out of the question. Don’t be under the impression that outsourcing is a last effort attempt to meet a looming deadline, or taking the easy way out. Think of it...Read More
There are a growing number of Premium WordPress Frameworks, and that makes it a challenge to sort out where to start. A lot of people get hooked on one framework and they become very proficient at using that framework, which I think is great. For custom frameworks, there are two Giants I recommend looking at: StudioPress Genesis Framework and Elegant Themes Divi AThemes did a great comparison article of Genesis vs Divi (http://athemes.com/reviews/genesis-vs-divi-pros-cons/ ) Why Use a Premium Framework? In most cases, it has become more efficient to develop a Child Theme of a Premium Framework, than continue re-inventing the...Read More
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