How to maximize your thank you page to make more connections

Thank you image from WebCami

Many of us have forms on our websites.  And the default response for these forms say: “Thanks for contacting us. We will get back to you shortly” Sound familiar?  This is what my form said until this year.  Hey, it’s polite.  It acknowledges that someone filled out your form, right? At WordCamp Seattle this year,…

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5 Things Every Real Estate Website Needs

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Knowing what content and message to convey on your real estate website can make or break you in the current market.  Potential buyers are frantically searching for the right property online and rushing to get in offers.  Sellers are looking for someone they can trust to guide them through the multiple offers that will arrive.…

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My year in review: 2017

WebCami review of 2017

It’s hard to believe that my 15th year in business has come and gone.  Honestly, I have to admit that when I started WebCami in 2002 I’m not sure I thought I’d be making a life long career change.  My primary goal was to be more available as a mom.  Looking back, I was truly…

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GoDaddy Pro Summit 2017

Last month, I was invited to attend the GoDaddy Pro Summit in Scottsdale, Arizona. It was a meeting of GoDaddy leaders and web professionals in the GoDaddy Pro Program. It was a true exchange of information and ideas and was the best web conference format I have experienced. The presentations included Q&As and created a…

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Essential features needed for your home building industry website

Website tips for the design build industry

Are you a contractor, architect or interior designer with an outdated website? Maybe you offer subcontracting services to those I just mentioned. Or maybe your business is all word-of-mouth and you think you don’t really need a website. Let me explain why you need a great website and the essential elements it should have. When…

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What does your website and your car have in common?

Believe it or not, your website and your car are a lot alike. I remember watching my Dad do oil changes every 3,000 miles back in the day. New tires, tune ups and car washes kept us rollin’ down the highway. Your website needs maintenance, too, to keep it rolling down the information superhighway! Avoiding…

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