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Web development is an interesting business and many factors can determine the success of your website. In addition to creating solutions and services that help with SEO ranking so that your site will be visible to more people, our firm feels it is important for our clients to understand the target group you want visiting your website and read your content. Customizing design to match your target audience Part of accomplishing the task of finding the appropriate target audience means going above and beyond traditional methods of working with keywords…

Studio20

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We’ll let Adrienne from Studio 2.0 do all the talking on this one: "Studio 2.0 Interior Design Consultants is a vibrant award winning professional Interior Design firm based in Saskatoon Saskatchewan. We provides design plans for our clients including renovation and new construction projects. A large part of our annual marketing is provided by our online presence so in March of 2012 it was time to develop a new website. We had gone through the process of designing a website in the past and left the previous process feeling frustrated…
Speedtech came to us looking for a new spin on their website. Here’s a bunch of guys that know high performance vehicles and fine tuned machinery, and we wanted to put something together for them that reflected that same precision. We take the same approach to websites as they do when it comes to cars. Often a car off the lot doesn’t have exactly what you need, and if you really want to make an impression and outperform the other guy, you can’t take a passive approach to your car…

LCSD

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Back in our day elementary school days, the internet was just starting to emerge. Some of us even sat in our tiny computer labs in elementary school building the most basic webpages imaginable. Who would have thought that one day our days would consist of building dynamic websites with more functionality than we ever could have imagined? The sad thing is, the web pages we made at kids were only marginally worse than what our schools may have had for an online presence. Even sadder: a lot of institutions still…
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