If you are like most website owners, you probably have a contact form somewhere on your website.
Unfortunately automated spam machines target contact forms and can submit dozens or even hundreds of bogus forms a day, making it very difficult to separate genuine enquiries from fake ones, and clogging up your inbox.
Over the past few years, there has been a move towards making the internet more secure to reduce the risk of stolen customer data and hacking of websites.
In 2017 we are likely to see some trends which will result in more unique, bold website designs.
New technology allows for greater possibilities in web design, with richer and more immersive experiences. This is mostly seen at the big business end of the web design universe, but all of these trends can be applied even to small, relatively low budget websites too.
Read on for my top 7 web design trends for 2017.
Cheryl is a visual communicator and principal graphic designer at Martlette Graphic Design. Cheryl and I often collaborate on website projects, and in this post Cheryl shares some tips on how to set your web designer up for success. Over to you, Cheryl!
The internet of 2016 is a much more crowded place than the internet of 1999. The business quote "build it and they will come" may have been of some use back in the day, but if you build a website these days, you'd be pretty lucky to become successful without investing any effort in promotion.
Over the coming months we are inviting several local experts in related fields such as design and marketing to give us their views on websites and digital marketing. The idea is to offer a variety of perspectives and tap into expert insights that will benefit our clients. Sue owns a communications and PR agency in Geelong and has been kind enough to provide her take on website marketing. Over to you, Sue!
Authentic customer reviews can provide a great boost to your business website's visibility in Google and therefore your search engine traffic. If you own or manage a local business (e.g. a restaurant, plumber, graphic designer etc), read on to learn why it matters and how to add reviews to your business listing.
As of the start of this year, Ondetto has become a Supporter of Change with Plan International Australia. We are committed to donating 1.5% of our profits to Plan.