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Testimonal – Hansen Chiropractic

“I could not be happier with how our website turned out! Not only is the site professional and user friendly, but it looks FANTASTIC! Martin Franklin was exceptional from start to finish! I knew right away that it was going to be an enjoyable experience because of how intently he was listening to my vision for the website and how much he cared about the vision for our practice. He was able...

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Testimonal – NewHeightsAz.com

“Without question Marty has done a fabulous job creating, executing, and managing our website. His knowledge and ideas were exactly what we needed to have a fresh and innovative website. Marty is also very easy to communicate and connect with on the whole process.” Bill Kirkpatrick New Heights Church Lead Pastor

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Testimonal – Aspencs.com

To whom it may concern, On behalf of Aspen Commercial Services, I would like to express my gratitude to Marty Franklin for the outstanding workmanship he provided in building our website. Marty was able to guide us through the process while staying within our time constraints and budget. He supplied us with multiple options of web page layouts, graphic designs, and pictures to choose from....

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Common Sense SEO

The fact of the matter is that just like anything else you should do your research before enlisting a company to help you with Search Engine Optimization. Many will gladly take your money and yield little or no results. Even worse, some of these companies enlist optimization techniques that might actually hurt your search engine rankings. In light of these issues, a little research can go a long...

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Code Quality Matters

When it comes to accessibly and even SEO, it’s important to maintain high quality code. Great code loads quickly and displays properly in any browser and on any device. While I’m for WYSIWYG HTML editors for a quick start, it’s imperative that web developers understand the underling code! This is where many amateur web developers go wrong.

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Always Validate Markup

All new websites should be tested thoroughly for coding errors. Unclosed tags and missing meta-data can wreak havoc on search engine indexing as well as yield unpredictable rendering results. A good place to start is the W3C Markup Validation Service. Most professional web developers will use a similar tool before deploying a client’s website. Website owners should consider running their...

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