June 4, 2016 - WRITTEN BY GEORGE WANG
Your home page might be beautiful, but do you always want customers to visit there? If your goal is to get potential customers to perform one specific action, such as signing up for your newsletter or purchase a specific product or service, you may want to consider setting up one or more special pages dedicated solely to that task--a landing page.
September 16, 2015 - WRITTEN BY GEORGE WANG
The number one reason customers visit a restaurant website is to look at the menu, and they're increasingly doing so on phones and tablets. Make sure your menu is formatted properly for mobile devices by avoiding having only PDF menus (which are slow to load and requires a separate program to open) or flash menus (which cannot be loaded by newer devices). Kaidoora generally provides customers with web-friendly menus (for website viewing) with a link to a downloadable PDF menu (for printing).
June 22, 2015 - WRITTEN BY GEORGE WANG
When you first set up your website, many seemingly unimportant decisions can actually have a significant long-term impact on how much business you actually get through the site. Here are some actionable tips related to the initial setup of your website, specifically about your domain name and your hosting.
June 15, 2015 - WRITTEN BY GEORGE WANG
The goal of a business website is to generate value for your business. It doesn't matter how great it looks, how much money you've already spent on it, or how much time you've spent getting it to work. If a business website doesn't drive you business, it's an art project, not a business website.