We are happy to announce the launch of two new websites. One for The Gateway Clinic of Chiropractic and one for Carolina Search Services.

We are very happy to announce that we have launched two brand new websites. Two new businesses have shiny new websites. The Gateway Clinic of Chiropractic in Laurens, SC and Carolina Search Services in Greenville, SC.

Recently opening their doors for business, the Gateway Clinic of Chiropractic is located in Laurens, SC and will serve the upstate of South Carolina. GCC focuses on Upper Cervical Care and have one goal in mind, to be your “Gateway” to good health. The new website features a clean and easily navigable design with the latest in search engine optimization (SEO) techniques.

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Todd Rudisill landscape and design launches redesigned websitePeggy Zabel, owner of Carolina Search Services, has over 30 years of professional and corporate research services. The company focuses on custom research, fact finding, literature searches, and document delivery. Like the GCC site, the CSS website has the latest in SEO techniques. The website design is also setup to feature all the companies services as well as their testimonials.

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Step one in designing a website: Define the purpose.


Many people may think this sounds so rudimentary, right? Duhhh…but do you REALLY know the purpose of your website.

I work with business owners small and large and it amazes me how many don’t have an answer to that seemingly easy question. So many think, “well, I just need a website” and for the most part I’ll buy that. However, without defining a purpose up front how can you ever determine success or failure? I don’t want to just build a website for a company, I want to help their business grow.

Do you want your website to generate leads or sales? Do you just want the site to help publicize your business or service? Start off with a simple goal, “I want my website to increase sales”. Maybe that is over simplified but at least it is a goal. In 6 months or in a year you can look back at your numbers and see if your sales have increased. (You would want to factor in what the industry numbers and if your vertical is cyclical, but you should be doing that anyway.)