Plenty has changed here, for the better, at ICND this quarter. As we’ve been busily creating and launching several websites, our team has been hard at work creating new custom modules for vacation rental firms. One of the newest sites in which we’ve utilized this customization was Booe Realty. Continue reading
Trends are often indicators of a collective shift in thinking and evolve into more substantial change on a large scale. Although many trends foreshadow things to come, shortsighted businesses often dismiss them as not worth the investment in time and money needed to keep current.
A lot of positive vibes have been flowing through here this first quarter at InterCoastal Net Designs. With exceedingly high standards, our team has launched 8 quality websites– all within the vacation rental market. With any redesign process our expert team considers the freshest aesthetic as well as optimizes for the best search engine practices.
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It’s the worst email we get.
“I’m ranking very high in Google for keyword here!”
I’m squeamish to check — and sadly, some of time, my worst fear is realized.
I carefully craft an email with a harrowing punchline:
“You’ve been personalized.”
InterCoastal Net Designs (ICND) is excited to announce the launch of our newest vacation rental website, Vantage Resort Realty.
Vantage Resort Realty is located in Ocean City, Maryland and prides themselves on their relationships with homeowners and guests alike. Building a new website with ICND will help their guests be able to book properties with ease, and in turn satisfy their homeowners with more bookings.
When it comes to scoring big with Google, link building needs to be one of your most frequently used strategies. Optimizing your website for search engine results that put you on page one can be as basic as having high quality websites linking back to your site. Sounds simple enough, right? It can be if you take the right measures and consistently work at it. It’s truly an ongoing journey. Using these link building ideas and tactics can yield huge results.
Is your website looking a little dated lately and in need of a fresh, up-to-date look? Before embarking on a website redesign project, here are 10 mistakes to avoid that will have an impact on the SEO of your site:
Looking to boost your Google AdWords presence? It doesn’t always have to come down to boosting your ad spend. Ad extensions are a great tool that can help draw in the attention of a potential customer by taking up more ad space than your competitors.
Over the past few years, sales of smartphones have exploded. Everywhere I look, I see people glued to the screen of their iPhone, Galaxy, or Nexus device. We have passed the point where only teenagers and tech hipsters own iPhones, now there is a good chance your parents and grandparents own one as well. In a study published earlier this year by Nielson, 7 out of 10 Americans now own a smart phone. Nielson Study
People are in love with their phones and the freedom to access the internet anytime, anyplace. Even Google is predicting that mobile users will surpass desktop users sometime next year. The mobile era is here and everyone is happy. Well, almost everyone. For those of us who earn a living from our websites, things have been a little more challenging lately. Cell phone screens are small and reading text from a website can be difficult and frustrating — often resulting in the user leaving the site and moving on to the next one.
We love to feature our employees as they achieve some major accomplishments. You may recall us blogging back in June about Caitlin winning the State Championship Tennis match and going on to Regionals. Well, this past weekend, our very own Caitlin Negethon competed in the South Carolina Singles State Tennis Championships and for the second year in a row, she took home first place with her team in the 4.0 18+ division!
More than 300 players participated in the championships this year. Divisions are grouped by age and competition level. Caitlin captained both years for the team as they went on to win the State Championship. Pictured below are (from left to right) Lindsay Wallace, Kristin O’Neil, Capt. Caitlin Negethon, and Co. Capt. Amanda Gallup.
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