Taking an Iterative Approach to Improving Your Website

Taking an Iterative Approach to Improving Your Website

While it can be tempting to try to address every problem with your website at once, it’s often more effective to break your list of wants into smaller bite-size chunks, and tackle them one at a time. Here are a few reasons why.

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FAQs About Reviews

Business reviews have been coming up a lot in conversations with our clients, so I wanted to address some of the most common questions that are asked about reviews. How do I ask people for reviews? Try not to...

2020 RedTree Intern Insights – Sam & Leah

It’s important to us here at RedTree to invest in the future generation, so each year we always try to have interns on our staff. This year, with a pandemic, we wanted to share with everyone what their experiences...

Why Update WordPress, Plugins and Themes?

We build a lot of our websites inside of WordPress and one thing we always need to address is updates. Updates to the WordPress platform, the plugins installed and the themes applied. Most of the time we are always...

The New Normal of Working from Home: A Before and Now Snapshot

Although we are and have been since I started, a relatively small company, RedTree has always had an office space. Over time, the use of the office became more and more flexible. Our full-time developer is completely remote, and...

Listening to our Community

I recently talked about how our community was fighting against COVID-19 and the economic impact it was taking on our country but now we are faced with a new challenge. The Black Lives Matter movement.

Work smarter with ongoing updates to your website

I can’t tell you how many times I've talked to businesses and they have a laundry list of things that need to be done on their website. This list keeps getting longer and longer due to a lack of...

4 Tips for Successful Remote Teamwork

As COVID-19 forces us to stay indoors, many businesses have transitioned to operating remotely. The transition is easier for some teams than others. Here are some suggestions for successful remote teamwork that have helped us along the way.

How we launched an eCommerce site in 20 days

We launched a client's website in 20 days. It wasn't as complicated as you might think as long as we took the time upfront to get everything ironed out and troubleshooted. We broke down our process and how we...

How to Stay Relevant

It’s easy to say that this is a strange time. Never has my generation experienced a pandemic of this nature, mostly due to this virus’ ability to spread so easily. Quarantine measures and the consequential economic downturn has affected...

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