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5 Things That Belong on the Home Page of Your Website

Jun 20, 2017

5 Things That Belong on the Home Page of Your Website Whether you call it a Home page, a Landing page or something else, that first page that visitors come to when they visit your site is your chance to make the right impression. Potential customers should be able to tell right away what products […]


Do You Need a Website Resign?

If you ask 10 people how often you need a website redesign, you’ll get 10 different answers. A website redesign is not like changing the paint color in a room. It’s more like gutting the kitchen during kitchen remodeling. If small adjustments or tweaking can fix problem areas, then a full-fledged website redesign may not […]


Small Business Website Mistakes

Jun 05, 2017

If you’re guilty (or your website is guilty) of some of the mistakes in the infographic below, you are missing out. Coastal Web Services can help you take advantage of every opportunity with some changes to your website. Call us today at 410-420-9390 or use our contact form to get started. We provide web design […]


Is Your Web Design Company a Good Fit?

Apr 27, 2017

Is Your Web Design Company a Good Fit? Let’s face it. People change. Goals change. Budgets change. For all of those reasons and more, it’s a good idea to reevaluate your relationship with your web design company every once in a while. Just like you would do with any other vendor, take stock of what […]


Is the Page Load Time on Your Website Costing Your Business?

Oct 09, 2016

Simply put, page load time is the amount of time it takes for a web page to fully load into a person’s browser. We’ve talked before about the need for speed when it comes to your website. We are an instant gratification society, and when we click on a website, whether from a laptop or […]


Happy Independence Day from Coastal Web Services

Jun 30, 2016

Providing Web Design and SEO Services in Central Maryland Celebrating the 4th of July can mean picnics, parades, backyard cookouts, pool parties and more. But for small business owners, it can mean a loss of business, or an opportunity to create more business. Have you considered running an Independence Day special for your business? Offering […]


Resolve to Improve Your Website Design and SEO Efforts

Jan 07, 2016

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Happy New Year! The holidays are over and it’s time to get back to the business of growing your business. Did you know your website design and SEO strategy (or lack of) can make a big difference in how many customers you attract? Keep reading to learn more. 1) Make sure your website content is […]


How to Deal With Bad Publicity and Negative Reviews (Or, The Internet Lives Forever –Just Like a Zombie)

Oct 28, 2015

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How to Deal With Bad Publicity and Negative Reviews (Or, The Internet Lives Forever –Just Like a Zombie)  Happy Halloween!  Dealing with bad publicity and negative reviews can be scary business. If your company got sued, was involved in a controversy, or, Horrors! You posted something on social media that was so offensive it went […]


Web Design Tips to Improve Conversion Rates

Sep 14, 2015

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Web Design Tips to Improve Conversion Rates An attractive web design with good, informative content is important, but we have to remember that the main reason for having a small business website is to convert traffic into leads, phone calls, visits to your store. The more conversions, the more revenue. Once you get people to […]


Website Design Questions

Aug 20, 2015

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Website Design Questions This blog is more about the website design questions we have for you, the client. A good web design company should ask you questions, lots of questions. The more information the web design team has, the more they can tailor your new website to fit your needs, and those of your customers. […]