If your New Year’s resolution is to *finally* fix up your website, we’ve got you covered with five ideas that will improve your site’s performance and your bottom line.
Seasons Greetings, DigiSagers! We’re feeling grateful for all of you—for the opportunities to know you and support your businesses. In that spirit of gratitude, we’re paying it forward with a very special project. WAFER Food Pantry came to us for help with a new website. We surprised them…
We are pleased to support the efforts of the Greater La Crosse Area Diversity Council by donating a new, custom-designed website to help amplify their message and engage community members.
You’ve created a beautiful design; crafted informative content; tested all the links; and now you’re ready to go live. Well, not quite yet. Don’t miss these three important steps before you launch.
Internet hacking and data breaches have become a recurring theme in the news, but don’t fall into the trap of thinking that your site isn’t worth hacking, or that no one would take the time to try.
WordPress offers many advantages, including limitless design capabilities, great security, and easy to use publishing tools. Learn more about why we love WordPress here.
People who use Google Chrome as their web browser are now being shown a “not secure” message in their browser bar when visiting websites that don’t use an SSL certificate. Here’s how to fix it.
Google blacklists around 20,000 websites for malware and around 50,000 for phishing each week. Cyber security is a real (and growing) issue, which is why DigiSage takes website security seriously.
To understand how search engine optimization (SEO) works, it can be helpful to understand how the search engines work. Here’s a brief overview.