January 2018 - Websites to Impress

Google Search Console (Beta) is Rolling Out–Here’s What to Expect

Way back in August, Google announced that they would be releasing a new Google Search Console to a select few users so that they could beta test it and give feedback to better refine the Console before it went out to the general public. Google seems be satisfied with where the Console is at because, Read More

Expand Your Reach with an Interest Network

Social networks were originally created to bring together old friends and keep up with current friends. Over time, businesses began to create pages to make it easier for their customers to access their information and to advertise their services. This has changed the purpose of Facebook, and other social networks, over time from just being Read More

What do Facebook Newsfeed Changes Really Mean?

You may have seen the announcement a couple of weeks ago from Mark Zuckerberg that Facebook would be making newsfeed changes in the near future. For some, this has caused panic and fear about what will happen to their business’ page, while others are waiting it out to see changes go into effect. We don’t Read More

Web Design Trends for 2018

What’s New in Website Design? When planning for a new website in 2018, or any marketing materials for that matter, the impact on the user is what most companies find most important.  Another thing that you must recognize if you own a business today is that things change. Even though some elements of your website Read More

WTI Expands Reach with Davenport Office

DAVENPORT, IA, January 15, 2018 – Websites to Impress, Inc. (WTI) officially opens the doors of a new Davenport location today. Founded in 2003, WTI provides services for custom web design and development, digital marketing including search engine optimization, pay-per-click marketing, social media marketing, online reputation management, along with web hosting services. “This new location Read More

Cha-Cha-Changes: Google Makes Changes in December

Ah, Google. You couldn’t leave the holiday season alone, could you? December is typically a quiet time for changes to Google’s algorithm, but not in 2017. Per Search Engine Land, the algorithm update happened in mid-December and rolled out affecting different areas of search as it went. WTI Recommends… So how does this update affect Read More