At Blue Fire Media, we’ve built websites for some of Kalamazoo’s most iconic businesses, including Airway Fun Center, Kalamazoo Metro Transit, Clock N Lock Escape Rooms, and the currently-in-progress Exchange Building.
When your old website’s got you down, there’s no better time to look into Kalamazoo web design from the area’s leading expert, Blue Fire Media. An old website doesn’t just poorly communicate your company’s values, it risks pushing away potential customers.
If you’ve been searching for a Kalamazoo web development team that understands the area, knows the ins and outs of online marketing, and is committed to designing effective strategies to promote your business, you’re in the right place.
As the premier Kalamazoo web designer, the team at Blue Fire Media has fielded a lot of questions lately about Google’s Local Services and Guaranteed platforms. What’s the difference between these platforms and the more traditional Ads (or AdWords) platform? What are the benefits?
If you’re looking to start a new business, you’re absolutely going to need a trusted, dependable, and proven Kalamazoo web design team. As the primary way that new customers reach your business, your company’s website is essential to its success.
AdWords can be a difficult platform to navigate, even for the most experienced Kalamazoo web design experts. With all of the recent changes made to the interface, the transition period has made it even more challenging. It seems like every time you get used to where certain options are, they change.
When it comes to Kalamazoo website design, there’s only one company with years of experience, an in-house team of talented professionals, and a portfolio that covers the area’s most recognizable businesses. Blue Fire Media isn’t just a web design company, we’re a collective of trained professionals.
If you’ve been scouring the internet for a company that provides high-quality Kalamazoo web design services, you’re in the right place! Blue Fire Media has a long, proven history of creating stunning websites that capture the essence of their customers’ brands.
Google’s goalposts for what constitutes good SEO are constantly evolving. From transitioning to new algorithms to punishing sites for poor mobile responsiveness, the average website owner has a lot to keep up with just to rank favorably on the search engine’s results.
In our previous post, we discussed the basic terminology used in Google Analytics. Now, we’re going to look at a Google eccentricity that many our clients have been puzzled by: the dreaded (not provided) field. In 2011, Google made the first in a series of changes to how it displays keywords.
You do need to earn honest online reviews. Does your business need to have online reviews to successfully attract customers? In today’s world, most likely, yes. For retail or service oriented businesses, absolutely.
If you’re going to provide photos to use on your website, you need to start with high quality images. Whether it’s a fairly small shot of a product, or a large, wide photo for the banner, you want to have top quality in the image to make your website stand out and reflect well on your business.
The Internet is alive with predictions for 2015 of expected trends in website design and content practices. While some bloggers have made predictions that are clear outliers, there appears to be solid agreement of some of the developments we’ll see in the coming year.
You have compiled an email list of current and potential customers, colleagues or people who in some way have expressed an interest in your business or your organization, and you want to send them regular emails.