From The Desk of Tom Hamilton

We all have seen the tremendous changes to technology over the past 10 years.  When I became an Adobe Certified Web Developer in 2003, websites were designed with tables and the latest and greatest tool — Flash. Typically the sites were static, billboards online if you will. The tech wasn’t developed yet for deeper engagement. Fast forward to today.

Smartphones have completely changed the marketing landscape. People/potential customers are now found busy scrolling through their phones for content. Therefore it is important for the small business owner to have a responsive web site. READ MORE HERE…


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