Category Archives: Websites

How to Design a Website with Your Users in Mind

When people need a new website, they almost always start with the design—how it’s going to look. And while visual design is always important, you need to consider the underlying structure. This is often referred to as the “information architecture.” And once you’ve built a website, you need to make sure it meets the needs … Continue reading How to Design a Website with Your Users in Mind

Who Cares About an Ugly Website Anyway?

“Good design is good business” – Thomas Watson, Jr. Pick your favorite website. Do you love how Facebook immediately serves up your friends’ updates and interests? Or is Amazon your first choice for effortless shopping list-making? Does the simplicity of Google’s search page make you feel more in charge of the Internet? Maybe a website … Continue reading Who Cares About an Ugly Website Anyway?

What Your E-commerce Store Needs to Succeed

What Your E-commerce Store Needs to Succeed Setting up an online store is easier than ever these days. All you need is to assemble your products, register a domain, and choose an e-commerce platform. But in order to remain successful, your out-of-the-box store needs more than just the basics up front. In this article, we’ll … Continue reading What Your E-commerce Store Needs to Succeed

How to Get Started with E-commerce on Your Website

You probably spend a lot of your time buying stuff online, whether it’s t-shirts on Amazon or diapers on WalMart.com.  While big companies dominate the e-commerce space, there are lots of small businesses that sell online. Some of these small online sellers have a brick-and-mortar location, while others are entrepreneurs with a virtual shop to … Continue reading How to Get Started with E-commerce on Your Website

Protecting Your Intellectual Property and Brand

You spend time crafting the perfect blog posts. You hire top-notch graphic designers to create your website and logo. You put your best work out there in ebooks or photography or original artwork. And then it happens: someone has plagiarized your words, republished your content as their own, or used your artwork and designs on … Continue reading Protecting Your Intellectual Property and Brand

Making the Case for Namecheap’s Website Builder

In the past, building your own website from scratch could seem daunting, tiresome, and downright expensive. No wonder so many businesses would choose to forgo a website in favor of a Facebook page or some other social media presence. Thankfully nowadays, if you’re not a coder, it’s not a problem. With Namecheap, we believe building … Continue reading Making the Case for Namecheap’s Website Builder

Speed Up Your Website with AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pages

More than half of all web traffic now originates from mobile devices such as cell phones. That’s why it’s absolutely critical that your website is responsive and automatically adjusts for smaller screen sizes. But having a mobile-friendly, responsive website isn’t enough. You also need your pages to load very fast on mobile devices. That’s the … Continue reading Speed Up Your Website with AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pages

Why You Need Premium DNS for a More Secure Site

If you’ve spent time building your online presence, you’ve probably come across the letters “DNS” a few times. It’s another one of those three-letter tech terms (like SSL, SEO, ISP, AOL, etc.) you see here and there and perhaps ignore, especially if you’re not very tech-savvy. DNS stands for Domain Name Service and is an … Continue reading Why You Need Premium DNS for a More Secure Site

Google is Changing How it Treats SSL

Google has been on a mission recently to get websites to adopt SSL. You may recognize sites with SSL certificates: they’re the ones that start with https:// instead of http://. When a site uses SSL, information that’s passed to that site’s server remains private. To incentivize website owners to adopt SSL, Google has done two … Continue reading Google is Changing How it Treats SSL