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Your Website Doesn’t Have To Be Beautiful To Be Effective

SIX15 aims to make websites that are frustration-free. And by that I mean not frustrating the visitor with a site that loads slow, or has text too small to read on a mobile device, or has a link to a huge PDF file for a menu. And frustration-free for the website admin — allowing for …

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The 4 Things to Focus on for Your Website

So you just launched your new website. Great! Now what?You may think you’re done. You’d be wrong. There are four things you should regularly focus on (or have someone do it for you) for your website in order to keep it happy and healthy — making sure it accurately and effectively represents you and your …

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Avoid These WordPress Website Mistakes

If your website is powered by WordPress (and honestly, why wouldn’t it be?), then there are some important security considerations you have to take in order to make sure your website is hack-proof. The first is hosting. You know then cliche, “you get what you pay for”. Well, that especially applies to website hosting companies. …

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Does Your Website Pass The Test?

Having a website is not enough these days. You must keep an eye on it’s performance and regularly check to see if it’s giving you the return on investment you’re expecting. There are four areas to focus on to make sure your site is set up to optimal conversions: Offer Call to Action Form Trust Visual Hierarchy …

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How to Prevent Gravity Forms from Storing Entries in WordPress

I use Gravity Forms for all WordPress-powered sites I deliver for clients. It’s a great form plugin that has powerful features for data collection and notification. However, the plugin stores every entry in the WordPress database along with sending the entries to the designated recipient(s). That’s all well and good since it keeps a record …

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