You know you've been avoiding your old, tired website. Or even worse, maybe you don't have a website. Either way, you avoid thinking about it because you don't know where to start, who to trust or how much it will cost. You know you have website needs, but you are not sure how to approach it.
Sirvatka Creative Services provides solutions for your web quandary and educates you, the small business owner, to understand the benefits of a properly designed and developed website.
|March 16, 2015What’s My Line?That’s the name of an old game show where people tried to guess what a contestant did for a living. But if you are considering creating your own website, it’s also a question you should be asking yourself, and here’s why. The word “line” refers to your business. Like “what line of work are you […]|
|February 10, 2015Is Your Website is Under Attack? You bet it is!Your website could fall victim to hacking! And here’s why. Most (if not all) WordPress websites come under “brute force attack” – day in and day out, one-after-another attempts to break into your website. You may not have known this, but YOUR site is probably being attacked right now as you read this! Yikes!|
|January 28, 2015How Many Words are Too Many?How long should your blog post be? Your Facebook post? A headline? Can I just say it is so cool that people do this kind of research?! I don’t like to study statistical information (at all), but I do love to see the summaries. I wish I could just plug different information into my brain […]|
|January 19, 2015Admitting You Need Help is the First Step Toward Real Growth…|
of Your BusinessAsking for help is an integral step in growing a business Let go of the obvious It’s tax time again! Yey, Happy New Year. Time for you business owners to pull all your reports together in your Quickbooks or Excel; go through your business mileage records; check through business expense reports; income and outgo, etc.
|January 12, 2015The No-Berating ClauseI will NOT beat myself up when I don’t get everything accomplished. I will be positive with myself. I will follow my new plans to the best of my ability. I will encourage myself to let go of mistakes. No those aren’t lines from Stuart Smalley (an old Saturday Night Live character). They are honest […]|