Web Development Insights

Getting your name out there

Rich Uncategorized 0 Comments

Getting your name out there is an important part of your business.  Setting up a shop or business and then failing to let anyone know you exist is a sure fire setup for business failure.  And today getting your name out there “Globally” is incredibly easy thanks to the Internet.  Unfortunately, if you do it wrong, your online presence will …

SEO Failure

SEO failure could lead to business failure

Rich Advertising, SEO, Travel, Website Design, Website Security 1 Comment

Right before Christmas I received a very interesting call.  At first the call made me uncomfortable, but as the conversation progressed it made me hopeful that I had found my next client, and that they really needed RLC Design.  The business owner has learned in no uncertain terms why SEO failure can lead to business failure.  They’ve experienced it first …

B&B Web Design

B&B Website Client Success – Hiker Hostel

Rich B&B Web Design, Mobile Websites, SEO, Website Design, Website Security 0 Comments

In August of 2014 the RLC Design Mobile Studio could be found in the Dahlonega Georgia area.  Hot and humid, plenty of rain, giant bees, and kudzu draping the steep mountain slopes.  Why were we in the area? Hikerhostel.com Hiker Hostel is a very unique B&B / Hostel located outside Dahlonega.  They’ve been operating for over a decade now, helping …

Prescott Website Design

RV Park Client Success – Point of Rocks

Rich B&B Web Design, Commercial Photography, Mobile Websites, RV Park Photography, RV Park Web Design, RV Park Website Development 0 Comments

January of 2015 I finally got to do what I’d been wanting to do for years.  RLC Design was asked to update the website for Point of Rocks RV Park in Prescott, Arizona.  Point of Rocks wasn’t just any old client…..  The park is a place I’ve spent many years at with my Airstream. In 2007 I actually stumbled across …

The M Resort for the Themeco Summit

Wrap up on the ThemeCo Summit

Rich Website Design 0 Comments

After attending the Themeco Summit at the M Resort in Nevada I meant to post an update.  But the moment we returned to Prescott I found myself with a lot to do.  Finishing out a site for a client in Florida, reviewing a custom database build for a potential client, 2 different photo shoots…… You get the idea.  Hit the …

The Themeco Summit

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Today I’m at the M Resort outside of Las Vegas, NV.  Several months ago I was invited to this event by ThemeCo, the creators of the X Theme.  The Themeco Summit! When I first stumbled across the X Theme I was blown away.  Since the first website I ever developed (a simple site for the Economics Department at UNH when …

Directory service fail

Directory Services Fail

Rich Advertising, Blogging, Mobile Websites, Website Design 0 Comments

If you’re advertising your business through a directory service, you might want to fully read this article.  Your own website, properly built with SEO and a good user experience in mind, can far outpace any directory service listing.  It’s true, and we’re going to demonstrate that to you today. My website ranks higher than yours Over the years I’ve been …

RV Park Website Design

A Snail Mail Marketing Campaign?

Rich Advertising, RV Park Web Design, RV Park Website Development, SEO, Website Design 0 Comments

RLC Design Services is a cutting edge, network savvy, SEO specialized, website design company.  So why on earth would we be doing a snail mail marketing campaign?  Well, think of it as a last ditch effort. One of our favorite industries to work with has to be RV Parks.  While they’re a favorite, they’re also extremely difficult to reach.  Why?  …

Website Icons spoof by Prescott Website Designer - RLC Design

Website Icons don’t show off your business

Rich Uncategorized 0 Comments

In addition to the trend toward stock photography for business advertising, there’s another insidious thing going on in the web world. Website Icons.  They’re everywhere, and everybody seems to love them. Apparently icons are “business-y”.  They’re quick little cartoon graphics, and business websites and website designers love them!  Sadly, these cool little icons say little about your business beyond the …