As a marketing and design consultancy, we work very closely with our clients in their online marketing effort. We regularly need access to our clients’ accounts for their website hosting, domain name registration, and social media outlets. As such, we need our clients to safely share their account usernames and passwords with us. Emailing usernames and passwords is not safe and can lead to hacked accounts. Instead of emailing usernames and passwords, we recommend a tool called Password Pusher.
Sometimes making small changes to your website can lead to big results for your business. Not every great tale of success comes with a big bill to fund that growth. As a marketing agency, we want to share the details of one of our smaller website marketing projects that delivered significant results for our client.
Working with a boutique law firm in the American Midwest, we undertook a holistic (but small scale) approach to research and optimize the site so as to grow the firm’s client base.
Our clients regularly come to us with questions about web hosting. We thought that others may find the answers valuable, so wanted to share our answers here on our blog.
As taking donations online is undoubtedly an important aspect of having a website for non-profit organizations, we work with our clients to ensure they get the most value from their websites and donation forms. We help organizations increase donations by crafting intuitive designs and engaging messaging. We configure tracking systems to empower charities to see how visitors are using their site, so those charities can make informed decisions about increasing donations through their sites. Continue reading
While an online brochure website can bring value to any business or organization, we work with our clients to ensure they get the most value from their sites. We craft designs, target messages, and calls-to-action geared towards helping our clients grow their businesses and organizations by encouraging visitors to their websites to contact our clients via a website form, email, or telephone call. For LBDesign, a website must deliver real business value. Continue reading
As designers, developers, and marketing consultants focused on WordPress, we like to stay up-to-date on the changes within the WordPress environment. We’re committed to growing our knowledge and improving our skills. To do that, we regularly read blog posts, subscribe to newsletters, and take courses relating to using, designing and developing for WordPress. Continue reading
As active members of the WordPress community and as podcasters ourselves (okay, only Liam so far), we like to keep our ears perked to what’s going on in the WordPress community. To do that, we listen to WordPress-related podcasts, whether that’s from a business or community perspective or design and development perspective. Continue reading
Late last month, we published a new website for our long time client, The Girls Home. In Granada, Nicaragua, The Girls Home Central offers shelter, safety, education, and more to 34 local girls. The girls are social orphans, unable to stay with their families due to a variety of unique circumstances. The Girls Home is run by the Madre Albertina nuns. Continue reading
We recently had the pleasure of designing and developing a new website for the Seismological Society of America. The Seismological Society of America, SSA, was eager to better connect with its members via its own website, and for its site to be a more versatile platform for attracting new members. Under the leadership of our friends and colleagues at Tadpole Collective, we designed and built a new custom WordPress theme for SSA. Continue reading
As communications designers, we have built our solid reputation by delivering top quality marketing and design services to businesses and non-profits in Europe, America, and Africa. We pride ourselves on our focus and commitment to our clients, always working to deliver strong returns on their investment and looking out for their best interests. It is with that focus on customer attention that we deliberately choose not to offer web hosting, domain name registration or similar services. Continue reading