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A clock sits on a blue background surrounded by gears and cogs. Beside it reads text that says "Time Management Tips for Busy Marketing Managers."

Marketing managers have a lot to accomplish. From devising and implementing marketing strategies, to meeting with clients, to writing newsletters and blogs, any marketing manager worth their salt will have a full plate. It can sometimes feel like there is so much to do that no one person, or even ...

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Any business owner can tell you just how consuming managing their business is. Add managing a website to your to-do list and you will soon find what little free time you once had all but evaporated.  

In this digital age, having a website for your company is all but mandatory. You want to attract as many customers as possible, and if your website isn’t top-of-the-line, those would-be customers will fall into the clutches of your competitors.  

One of the best ways to attract customers is through the regular ...

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When you are ready to launch a new website, there are several things you need to make sure are in place before the site goes live. These components are important as they make sure the site functions properly and creates an easy experience for the user.  

This post will serve as a quick c...

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“Speak softly and carry a big stick.” 

26th US President Teddy Roosevelt said that – based on a West African proverb – referring to his philosophy on 20th foreign policy. The quote packs quite a punch, and shaped the history of U.S. politics, but would you believe it is also applicable to writing w...

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What if you could help the school district by offsetting their technology costs while you're at it?

Legend Web Works is always looking for creative ways to help you promote your business online.

  • Direct advertising to members of your community is the best way to increase visibility, especia...
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The Fine Line that Makes a Good Website 

You can tell the difference between a good website and a bad one in five seconds. 

That’s all it takes. It’s almost an instinctual response. If you find yourself scrolling down a webpage, delving deeper into its content, and reading what has be...

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When creating a website, one of the most undervalued sections is the about page.  

People tend to be more concerned with making a sale or showcasing their products than they are with telling the reader who they are. This is a massive blunder that can end up costing you conversions in the long...

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Be a Google Search Genius!

Sure, you know how to type in a few keywords in Google to find what you’re looking for, but the tricks below will turn you into a Google Searching Genius!

These simple tools can help you find more precise results, faster!  If only Google were around back in the days when...

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If your website is struggling to maintain high traffic rates, a content refresh or website redesign is your ticket to getting back on track. 

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Images are a big part of every website these days. Whether you're trying to sell products, promote a service, or get people interested in your blog posts, images play an important role.

However, there's more to it than just slapping the first image that comes up onto your website and calling it good. That could actually end up doing more harm than good if you don't optimize them properly for search engine optimization and site speed.

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In addition to decreasing bounce rates, faster loading pages can lead to increased time spent per visit, more conversions, and higher revenue for your company.

If you want to improve your ranking in Google's search results and increase traffic/sales from people who land on your site, learn about site speed.

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