It's the middle of summer - finally! Sunny and beautiful, with vacations and outdoor BBQs in full swing. Since the rest of the world is slowing down (just a little), we thought it would be the perfect time to do a little housekeeping of our own, and gear up for the second half of 2019 [...]
About Jennifer HenryJennifer joined SiteWyze in 2003 after completing a degree in behavioural studies. With 16+ years of experience and hundreds of website design and marketing projects behind her, her sales and project management skills have given her a unique insight into customer's needs and finding customized solutions that work within their parameters. She currently oversees all areas of project management, from the initial project summary through to completion. She is the liaison between clients, designers, programmers, and marketers throughout the entire development and creative process.
Luxury at its Finest That has been the tag line for the Union Bank Inn in Edmonton for many years, and I couldn't have come up with a better one if I tried! Located within the historic Union Bank of Canada Building, the Union Bank Inn is not only the ideal property for our downtown [...]
7th Annual Blue Ridge Family Fun Day hosted by Woodlands County - well worth the early Saturday morning road trip to get there! If you made it out with us last Saturday - thanks!! We love supporting our local communities and we know that you do too! (Side note - if you missed it, [...]
So, let’s get right to the point. Here are 5 questions to ask yourself to determine if your small business website needs an overhaul: #1: Does your site look like it’s dated and was created back in the early 2000’s or earlier? In order to attract new businesses, your website is often the first thing [...]
There is major issue right now when it comes to browsing websites online that the vast majority of business owners appear to be unaware of. As of March 2018, the Google Chrome Internet Browser is currently used by nearly 60% of all people Worldwide. And starting late last year, Google slowly introduced a new policy [...]
Keeping a community focused website up-to-date is critical for it to be useful to the residents using it or for attracting new businesses or tourists to your town or community.
It’s Spring (finally!). The community Facebook pages are alive with talks of organized cleanups or walking groups that are getting started up. Oh, and those notices for people not to complain too much about snow melt drainage as “it’s a problem everywhere”, they “are aware of it”, and they’re “working towards a solution” lol. [...]
I find this article particularly fitting for me this week – we finally got enough sun this past weekend where I could get outside in the yard and start cleaning up all those dried leaves from last Fall; removing the excess leftovers that are no longer in use, so that the good stuff underneath can perform (or [...]
I received an email from a client last week asking if there were any statistics for her website that she could access. Now, this seems innocent enough as far as requests go, but I found myself actually getting excited to respond! These conversations are fantastic because once a client starts to become curious about their [...]
So, you’ve been assigned the “wonderful” task of putting together the RFP for your new town website. More often than not, this process usually begins with a single person, mentioning a casual idea over stale coffee and donut shop goodies, and then someone else across the table says “Yeah, you should look into that… maybe do an [...]