Go9 gets it. That's what it says right at the top of our site's home page. And we do get it—redeveloping your website is a big deal. It's not something you do every day, it's not cheap, and there's a lot on the line when you undertake this kind of major project. This is why you need to find the right team to work with you, and that's where you'll have to take a leap of faith.
It's an unfortunate but regular occurrence: you've run your WordPress site or blog for a few years and things seem to be going great, when suddenly you get a warning page when you try to access your own site. A warning page that says your site has been compromised or is suspected of infecting users with malware.
A while back, I was watching one of my favorite reality real estate shows (yeah, I know) when a particular phrase came up twice in the same half-hour: "Not gonna happen."
Ten years ago the website was the cornerstone of digital presence. But now the fact is that, in our current digital landscape, the website is but one of many facets. While the website will likely remain the most important piece of your online strategy, thinking outside a traditional website will prove valuable for brands and companies moving forward.
"Smart, appealing design and advanced technology shouldn't be reserved only for big-time players. What's the point of that? At Go9Media, we believe everybody should get to play."
Back when Go9 was founded in 2004, it was one of our founding principles. And at the time, the idea related mostly to accessibility.
One of the best parts of working for a Web company is that every client is different, and so is every project. In this technology-driven world you don't need to be tech-savvy to know you need a website. But when you do, how do you stand out in the ever-expanding crowd of Internet personalities?
I'm making my way through one of my favorite book series, the so-called Bigend Trilogy (Pattern Recognition, Spook Country, and Zero History) by William Gibson, from start to finish for the second time since the publication of the third book. One of my favorite things about this adventure is getting to see many of the same things I come into contact with in my everyday world through different eyes--perceiving brands, wars, and art (among many other things) completely anew.