DW Blog

So what is the DW Blog?  Well we like to think of it as the Don't Worry Blog. With around 100 articles covering website design, search engine optimisation (SEO), digital marketingsocial media and more, we've created a wealth of free information to help answer your burning questions. You can also click on any of the links under 'Search by Topic' to see all the articles in each category.

Customer retention is the core of a good business strategy. It costs a lot more to acquire a new customer compared to retaining an existing one. A better customer retention rate will help you reduce your acquisition costs while keeping your revenue up. Here are a few things that will increase the likelihood of your customers making a second…   Read full post »

Step Outside the Template Box with a Custom Website

Posted by kidd on January 11, 2019

When the world is at our fingertips, why do we fall back on the same old same old? Your target audience is the same as your competitors. You've set your business apart from them on paper, in advertising, and your overall brand identity. It's time to stop looking like the competitor online where the layout is the same, just with different colors and…   Read full post »

7 Benefits of Custom Website Design

Posted by kidd on December 21, 2018

There are many benefits to getting custom website design. You get complete control over each and every aspect of the website, from the background color to the images chosen. Not every business wants or needs so much control over their website design. But it's always helpful in case there's that one little niggling thing that you can't let go of.…   Read full post »

The real estate agents of 2018 are a different breed than those of the previous, pre-smartphone generation. What was once a profession one part newspaper and billboard advertising, one part face-to-face relationship building, and one part showing properties, has evolved into a profession where social media and general internet savvy go a long way.…   Read full post »

There are lots of abandoned shopping carts rolling through the Internet. Every time someone almost makes a purchase but clicks away, that data remains behind. But very few prospective customers come back. Sometimes it's because they found a better deal elsewhere, or they were using the shopping cart as a wishlist. A lot of the time, it's because…   Read full post »

3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Getting SEO Services

Posted by kidd on November 30, 2018

When you're running a small business, there are many local SEO companies out there that you could partner with. So how do you pick the right one? There are many things you could consider, such as how long they have been around, how many companies they have worked with, what type of companies they have worked with and whether their style of writing…   Read full post »

When you're running a non-profit organization, you know awareness is only the first step. It's an important part of the process, but awareness is only meaningful if it contributes to your actionable goals. So instead of creating your site around viewership, a professional designer can help you design it for the viewers you need: 1. Measure the…   Read full post »

4 Ways to Speed Up Your Business Site

Posted by kidd on November 9, 2018

Want to boost your site's rankings, get people to stay on your site longer, and get more visitors? One of the most important steps to doing so is speeding up your site. A faster site is easier to navigate, and Google has announced that page speed is an important factor in their ranking algorithm. Here are four ways to speed up your business site.…   Read full post »

If your school needs a new site, don't do it with a standard template. Custom designs attract more visitors, make update easier, and makes your school site look even better. Here are three reasons why: 1. You can fill your school website with pictures. Your school website needs to be able to handle a lot of pictures. It is essential for every…   Read full post »

Does Your Website Have the Right Shopping Cart?

Posted by kidd on October 26, 2018

Websites need to be a well-designed funnel to your checkout page. Whether you sell products, services, or both, every page should ultimately drive more consumers toward making purchases. But once your carefully nurtured lead makes it to your shopping cart, make sure you don't leave them floundering. The wrong cart can impede sales even when…   Read full post »


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