Understanding Key Performance Indicators

By Raney Day Design / July 17, 2018 / 0 Comments

  Most people feel that once the website is built and is live then all they need to is maybe throw some advertising to it and that’s it. Unfortunately it’s not that easy. Once your site is up and you have traffic going to it you need to monitor your site to see what is…

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Understanding Bounce Rates

By Raney Day Design / July 11, 2018 / 0 Comments

What are bounce rates and why is it important to know? A bounce rate is basically stating that someone came to your website and did nothing before leaving. In a nutshell, they came, they saw, they left. When you have a high bounce rate it means that your home page (or which ever you have…

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Maximize Your Email Campaign for 2018

By Raney Day Design / May 15, 2018 / 0 Comments

Some business when they use email marketing struggle to get a good return on those emails.  They always ask questions like “How do I get more people to open them?” or “What good does this do for our advertising campaign?”  These are good questions and today we are going over seven great tips for email…

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4 of Our Favorite {Free} Tools to Manage a Small Business More Efficiently

By Raney Day Design / May 2, 2017 / 0 Comments

What’s {almost} better than being a small business owner?  Having an entire week dedicated to it!  In case you didn’t know, this week is National Small Business Week – A time devoted to celebrating your hard work, can-do spirit, and a never-say-die attitude! But despite all that’s great about managing your business, there’s a lot…

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12 WordPress Maintenance and Security Tips for 2017

By Raney Day Design / December 28, 2016 / 0 Comments

Updated: 7/17/18 Because of its user-friendliness and functionality, WordPress is now the most popular website platform in the world. Believe it or not, 500 new WordPress sites are created everyday.  However, due to it’s popularity, it’s especially vulnerable to attacks by hackers.  In fact, the FBI has actually issued warnings to site owners to make sure their sites…

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{UPDATED} 20 Places to Find Stunning Free Stock Photos

By Raney Day Design / June 14, 2016 / 0 Comments

Are you tired of spending your hard earned money on stock images so cheesy you start craving nachos just thinking of them?  You know the ones – those pictures with the plastic-looking people wearing business suits and fake, toothy smiles? Then you’re definitely in for a treat!  We’ve curated a list of 17 of our favorite sites to score totally free stock photos for…

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Facebook Tip :: Adding A Call-To-Action Button

By Raney Day Design / June 24, 2015 / 0 Comments

Facebook has been working on adding new tools for business page owners and here is one that can help drive traffic to your site! How To Add A Call-To-Action Button to your Facebook Page:  1. Log into Facebook and navigate to your Facebook Page 2. Click on “Create Call to Action Button” 3. Choose the…

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Client Meeting and Blog Mobility

By Raney Day Design / August 14, 2014 / 0 Comments

Last Month was a real treat!  I spent most of the day with a client, Kristen of Contempo Artistries.  Contempo is a fabulous salon located in Greensburg, PA. “As a fashion forward and evolving salon since 2007, it is [their] goal to bring you the cutting edge style of a high end New York salon with the…

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Creating Lists in Twitter

By Raney Day Design / March 11, 2014 / 0 Comments

Now that you are using Twitter, ever feel overwhelmed with keeping up on your news feed?  Struggle to stay active with certain Twitter friends?  Try sorting who you follow into lists!  Here’s how… Log into your Twitter account Click on ‘Me’ Click ‘Lists’ on the left Here you can manage/ create new/ or delete lists!…

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Making the Switch

By Raney Day Design / February 26, 2014 / 0 Comments

Since we opened our doors we have been faithfully using Freshbooks to keep us on top of our invoicing and working with clients.  The time has come for us to take a huge switch.  I feel as though we are ‘becoming’ a grown up since majority of other established organizations use QuickBooks.  Or maybe the…

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