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Six Easy Ways To Improve Your Website Right Now

You don’t need to be a web developer to improve your website. In fact, all you need is access to the Internet, basic writing skills, and keen eye for small details like links and headings. Minor improvements can make a huge impact for the health of your site and search engine optimization (SEO). We compiled a list of six easy ways to improve your website right now! 1. Add Google Analytics In 2019, it's still surprising to see how many websites still do not have Google Analytics connected to their website. Adding Google Analytics to your site will not directly…
HenkinSchultz
September 16, 2019
How to Know When to Get a New WebsiteWebsite Design

How to Know When to Get a New Website

The Internet is always advancing, and web design trends are constantly changing. In order for businesses to stay current, website updates tend to happen frequently. If your website isn’t making the cut, then it’s time to take a step back and evaluate if a redesign or complete overhaul is required. A new visit to your website is an opportunity to make a solid first impression. Don’t miss your chance to spark the interest of users and keep them scrolling through and subscribing to your content. How do you know when it’s time for a new website? See if your website…
Rachel Speiser
August 8, 2019
Sioux Falls web design 2019Website Design

Sioux Falls Web Design Projects of 2019

With 2019 nearly half over, we wanted to reflect on a few of the website development projects we’ve completed. Most of our clients and projects are from the Sioux Falls and surrounding areas. However, we’ve built websites for clients in Iowa, Nevada, Tennessee and even Germany! Our capabilities in web design can go from the tiniest coming soon page to large eCommerce websites. Our web team has development experience in banking, commercial, construction, religious, personal blogs, startups and more. With that said, we'd like to not only share, but display some of our web design projects of 2019. The following…
HenkinSchultz
July 25, 2019
Website Terms & AcronymsWebsite Design

Guide to Website Terms and Acronyms

If you have ever met with a web designer or a digital marketing team to talk about a website, you’ve no doubt heard some unfamiliar terms. After all, you probably don’t work with websites everyday like they do. It’s important for the web/digital team to remember that this language is not in your everyday vocabulary. So, if they don’t pause to clarify certain terms or acronyms, it’s up to you to either ask them or refer to this guide. In this article our goal is to help you understand what some of these terms and acronyms mean. So the next…
HenkinSchultz
April 15, 2019
Website Design

What is Wayback Machine? What Can You Use It For?

Have you ever thought about your website you had back in the early 2000s? Wish you could see it again? Perhaps your website crashed, your domain expired and your website is down and you need to get content back to start building again. For as terrible as all that is, you may be in luck. It’s called the Internet Archive, which is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. In this article we are going to focus on its web backup area, better known as – Wayback Machine. Wayback Machine has stored more…
HenkinSchultz
February 11, 2019
Website Tips from web designer Melissa DoyleWebsite Design

How Hard is Your Website Working for You?

Websites are like sales people; but in many ways they are better. As a business owner, you have probably hired some pretty great people to represent your company and help it grow. But have you thought about your website in the same way? Just as you don't want your employees representing any wrong information about your business, you don't want your website telling potential customers inaccurate information. Your website is something that you should really have complete control over. Websites work 24/7 without complaining. Websites can answer questions about your product or service any time, day or night. Websites should…
HenkinSchultz
May 24, 2018
TheClassProject.com: magazine websiteWebsite Design

Designing & Developing a Magazine Website That’s Pure CLASS

This past year our web team at HenkinSchultz was happy to work with CLASS, a Las Vegas-based publication, on a magazine website that is rich in elegant content and decadent in its design. CLASS is a multi-platform luxury lifestyle publication with a focus on branded content, ultra-exclusive events and luxury lifestyles. The CLASS business model is based on five pillars — Compassion, Living consciously, Authenticity, Service and Solutions. If you visit TheClassProject.com, you’ll be treated to a web experience that’s as good as gold. Upon arriving on the homepage of the website, you see the current cover issue prominently featured,…
HenkinSchultz
April 19, 2018
Melissa DoyleStaffWebsite Design

Web Design Trends, Questions, & Expectations for 2018

In an Ever-Changing Web World... Another year is coming to an end and as we look forward to 2018, we thought we'd sit down with Web Projects Manager Melissa Doyle and get her insight on web expectations, trends and best practices for the new year. If you are thinking about a new website or just have some questions related to websites or SEO, giver her a call. This is her passion. Now let's take a look into the future with Melissa! What web trends are you expecting to see in 2018? I think we will see a continued trend with…
HenkinSchultz
November 29, 2017
CellOnly website displayCase StudiesDigitalWebsite Design

Building a Brand with a Complete Digital Strategy

Overview While a vast majority of businesses today have a website, a lot of them fall short of being effective. Well-designed websites not only inform customers and generate leads, they also build brands. Every company should evaluate its website and decide if it’s working hard enough or if it needs to be revitalized. One company that wanted to re-evaluate its web presence was CellOnly, a Verizon Authorized Retailer with stores in seven states. Wanting more than just a good-looking website, CellOnly asked HenkinSchultz to develop a complete digital strategy that would help increase web traffic and bring more people into…
HenkinSchultz
October 17, 2017
When was your last website checkup?SEOWebsite Design

Your Website Needs a Checkup

Unfortunately, you can’t just build it, walk away and go about your business. Websites change over time: new trends and new technologies come on the scene, keywords change, your rankings shift, links get broken, and plugins need updates. If you really do walk away from your website, by the time you return, it probably isn’t functioning as well as it could. We recommend giving your website a thorough health checkup at least once a year with a Search Engine Optimization “physicals.” Here are a few of the items we access when we do a website health check: 1. SERP (Search Engine…
HenkinSchultz
February 13, 2017