June 1, 2018
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Big change with Google maps that are part of your website: Is your contact page map broken?

Google announced a big change last month affecting the Google maps that synchronize with websites: Previously, web designers (such as SiteInSight) could sync Google maps with lots of things on websites using something called an API key. And we could use it for free. That means we could: put a […]
May 15, 2018

SiteInSight recognized by news media for community website

February 23, 2018

The Russians are hurting your business (or at least your Business Facebook Page)

The news is abuzz with Russian infiltration of Facebook. This may seem like purely political news, but in fact it has a real impact on many businesses, especially small businesses. Overwhelmed business owners and marketing directors have come to rely heavily on the ease of Facebook. It’s easy to post […]
February 23, 2018

Featured Website Design: Automotive Services, Inc.

Automotive Services, Inc. is one of those neighborhood mechanics you take your car to for years and recommend to all of your friends. Located in the Beechwold/Clintonville area, Automotive Services wanted to feature its auto repair services as well as collision and body work and towing services. The company had […]
February 23, 2018

What We’re Reading: Triggers

The SiteInSight team has been at it again, reading about how we can improve ourselves and help our clients get past obstacles, too. Triggers by Marshall Goldsmith seemed predictable at first, providing nuanced thinking around why it’s so hard to change, and suggesting a structure to make it easier for […]
January 2, 2018

Protect Your Website and Blog

We were reminded this week about the importance of owning your “real estate” on the web. With all of the free and low-cost website builders and blogging platforms that are heavily advertised, it’s easy to feel that you’ve created your website or your blog and you are ready to go. […]
January 1, 2018

What We’re Reading: “Thinking, Fast and Slow”

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman was our company book club read for the fourth quarter of 2017. Written by a Nobel Prize winner in economics, the book explores whether we as human make rational decisions. As a team, we explored our quick-and-intuitive “System 1” and our deliberate and calculating […]
December 28, 2017
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Featured Client: Skilled Trades

McCarty Customized is one of those rare contractors whose customers write raving reviews. It’s difficult to come to the end of a home renovation project and have the homeowner be so happy they are writing a thank you note. (We know, because the same is true of web design projects.) […]
December 28, 2017

Featured Client: Blog and Social

Starting Over at Sixty is the personal blog of a Columbus resident who chronicles the challenges of becoming newly single at sixty, after 30 years of marriage. Paula is now thriving in her downtown community, an active member of Harmony Project, and a blogger who has been published by the […]
December 28, 2017

Featured Client: Nonprofit Agency

Ohio SIBS is an advocacy organization for adult siblings of people with developmental disabilities. This organization provides a clearinghouse of information and strategies for Ohio residents who are looking for help to be an effective advocate for a sibling with a disability. This is an amazing organization. In addition to […]