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On-page Signals That Help You Rank Better on Google

Start the SEO process by building the foundation on your website with these on-page rankings signals that Google uses to show users what your website is all about. 

How to Refresh Your Browser Cache

Not sure why your website still looks the same after your developer made changes to it? Try hard refreshing your browser cache with these tips. 

10 Tips to Make Your Website More Disability Accessible

Need help making your website more accessible for those with disabilities? We have 10 helpful tips to consider whether your are building a new website or applying these principles to your current one.

Why We Don't Use WordPress

If you're looking to build a website that isn't WordPress, we can help. Here are a few reasons why we don't use this website building giant.

What to Do When You Purchase a Smartly Done Website

If you plan on purchasing a Smartly Done Website, take a look some of the items that will help you plan your website and make the most of your customization time with our team.

A Few More Reasons Your Website Might Need Upgraded

Not sure if your website needs to be upgraded? Maybe this infographic can help you out.

14 Important Reasons Your Website Needs a Redesign ASAP

When was the last time your website was updated? Website trends change, content needs refreshed, and technology needs improved. See if your website needs some small tweaks or a total redesign.

Do I Really Need an SSL Certificate for My Website?

With Google announcing that an SSL certificate is a search engine ranking signal, it's time to make the switch from HTTP to HTTPS. Learn how this will affect you, why you should do it, and the best place to get your SSL Certificate.

Is your website mobile friendly?

Google is adapting, and that means you should too. Make sure your website is mobile-friendly so you can rank well in the search engines and provide a good experience for your users.

Why You Should Optimize Your Website for Mobile Devices

Mobile-friendly is the way to be. If you don't believe that, just check out these statistics about mobile usage.