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Options for your new website

Posted by Keith Jolie on Thursday, December 4, 2014, In : local business 

I work on websites almost every day, but my focus is on improving the client experience and SEO (search engine optimization) - not so much about building sites.

A few people however have asked me recently about site-builders and I'd like to give you my quick take and some links that might help you if you're hoping to find a service to help you build out a website easily (i.e. no coding knowledge) and affordably.



While learning to code like a pro (check out http://camptech.ca/ ) and building yo...


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Getting Brighter Launches New Polar Bear Club Website

Posted by Keith Jolie on Thursday, September 25, 2014, In : Getting Brighter News 

January 2015 will be the 10th annual Polar Bear Dip in support of Habitat for Humanity.  Getting Brighter's founder Keith Jolie is also one of the founders of The Toronto Polar Bear Club, and we host and build the club website.

To find out more about the Toronto Polar Bear Club go to www.torontopolarbear.com
and consider participating in this fun and community building event in support of affordable housing in the GTA.


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Your Website Sucks! (maybe) - and how to fix it

Posted by Keith Jolie on Monday, September 15, 2014, In : Content Marketing 
After attending a technology briefing sponsored by Microsoft, I had met a number of great microsoft partners and received their business cards, so I took some time to review their company websites to learn about their companies. I had one general conclusion....

(NB: Before you read this and think that it doesn't apply to you because you don't run a technology site - it does)

Their websites were awful. These companies were mostly small to medium sized businesses that provided some kind of networ...

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Does your website allow your customers to buy?

Posted by Keith Jolie on Monday, October 29, 2012, In : Strategies 
Think about how you bought your first car or your first cell phone or maybe even your first home.  Chances are that if that purchase happened ten or fifteen years ago your buying process was very different than a similar purchase would look now.

In the past we relied heavily on the advise of others ( salespeople often ) to provide us with the information we needed to make an informed decision.  Fast forward to today where product information and pricing is readily available to anyone that has ...
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