Web Optimization

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...

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...

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...

Items needed to start a website

We understand the a website redesign can be overwhelming, especially if your looking at a blank canvas. Start with these two simple items and it will start you on the right path.

Craft CMS: an alternative to WordPress

At RedTree we’re always on the hunt for new and better tools, because every website is a little bit different and every client has unique needs. We’ve relied on WordPress for years to create a wide variety of websites...

Why Your Site Needs SEO

SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization which is how we get your website to rank for specific terms you want to get found for. Search engines are the controllers of website traffic. People typically won’t even find your site...

Are You Picking the Right Site Platform?

Smart website planning works like all strategic plans – You start with the big questions. What is the purpose of your site? This leads to the next big question: Which website platform should you use to build it? This...

4 Tips for a Faster WordPress Site

Did you know that website load times can affect your Google search ranking? Google has actually considered site speed a ranking factor for years, and these days it also includes mobile load times. So how can you speed up...

3 Tips for a Competitive Mobile Web Experience

If you still consider the mobile experience of your website as secondary to the desktop experience, think again. If customers can’t access your website quickly and easily on their phones, you might be losing business.

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