McCord Web Services December 2017  

Concentrating on the Classics

Dear Friend,

Classics never go out of style. My photo this month is from the classic canyon experience in Utah and from Zion Canyon National Park. My husband and I took a two week vacation recently to Utah to visit all the classic canyons – Arches, Canyonlands, Monument Valley, Bryce, and Zion National Park.

Everyone loves the classics, and now's the time to make sure that your own business website is catering to that desire. Having a classic website means – one that is timeless in nature, not overly trending but contemporary in feel, has great content that communicates transparency, and one that is easy to navigate and use. Does your website fit the terminology of a classic?

We are here to help if you need to get back to the classics with web design, content strategies, social media management, and of course Google AdWords promotion of your updated classic business website.

All the Best,

Nancy C. McCord

Concentrating on the Classics

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