Web Design

October 25, 2018

How we Conduct our Free Website Audit

Our free website audit involves identifying which pages need improvement and suggesting appropriate changes to ensure your site generates quality traffic and effectively converts leads to sales. Ideally, you should perform a website audit at least once a year and increase the audit frequency if you’re constantly updating your website content. By conducting a thorough website audit, you’ll be able to stay on track toward achieving your business goals. The process is particularly helpful if you’re

Online Marketing

November 4, 2019

Small Business Saturday

SHOP WITH US AND SUPPORT THE SHOP SMALL® MOVEMENT. As a small business, we’re thrilled to be a part of the Shop Small Movement, proudly backed by American Express. This movement is a nationwide effort to support and celebrate small businesses every day and everywhere.  As first impressions are now most often made with a Google search, businesses must reach their potential customers and present their brands online. My Town Website Development can help you

July 19, 2018

Claim Your Business with Google My Business

Apart from being a search engine giant, Google is also one of the most important business discovery platforms and review websites today, thanks in major part to products like Google Search, Google Maps and Google My Business. Why Claim your Business on Google My Business? Simply put: Most of your customers use Google to find great local businesses. So you must claim your business on Google and make sure that your business information is up to date and accurate. What is


May 13, 2020

High Commissions for Online Ordering are Hurting Small Businesses

“Please, please, please: Delete your delivery apps,” chef Ashish Alfred, who owns three restaurants in Bethesda and Baltimore, Md., begged his followers on Instagram. “Every time you call Uber Eats or Postmates or whoever it is, they are hitting the restaurants that are already hurting for 30 percent. These are multimillion, sometimes billion-dollar companies that don’t need that extra money that could really be helping us out right now.”https://www.politico.com/states/new-jersey/story/2020/05/05/as-restaurants-struggle-cities-look-to-cap-delivery-fees-1282401 As the restaurant industry weathers the coronavirus