How to Drive Traffic to Your Website
We often ask our past clients and those that are interested in working with us at Muletown Digital what their biggest struggle is when it comes to their marketing.
Questions to ask before building a new website
When people book in online to chat with our team at Muletown Digital the number one reason we get is “I need to build a new website”.
Troubleshooting Website Support
Have you ever had an issue with your website and you’ve gone to the troubleshooting part and you can’t figure out what’s going on and you just don’t know who to reach out to…
Daily Website Backups
Do you keep daily backups of your WordPress website? One thing that you always should have with a WordPress website or really any website is a daily backup schedule…
What are backlinks and do I need them?
The question for today is “I have heard of backlinks, do I need those?” So backlinks are a whole lot like baby back ribs, you probably want them and you want them to be good, so get them from a, you know…
Planning for YOUR Success
So you realize that you need a new website for your business, but how do you really know what you need? So today I am going to throw a flag on the proverbial field of digital…
Types of Website Hosting
I’m going to do a quick break down for you of the different types of…
A Website Makes It Real
Today on the Muletown Minute, I’m talking about a Squarespace ad that says a website…
3 Crucial Reasons to Maintain a Website Backup Schedule
To start this article from a place of complete honesty, not having a website backup…
5 Reasons Your Business Needs a Website Maintenance Plan
Maybe one of the worst things that can happen to a business owner is a…
Your Website Color Palette Can Make or Break Your User Interaction
Your website has many pieces that work together to create a living, breathing, user-centered machine. One of those pieces that can make or break your interaction with them is – you guessed it – your website color palette!
Why Launching a new website isn’t enough in 2020
There was a time when websites were super new, and if you had one, you’d be noticed immediately. It was a high commodity, and only the biggest and best businesses out there had a site. Fast-forward about 15 years…the story has changed.