December 12, 2014

CMS core management and Google Ranking: Another Case for Updating your Joomla! Installation to the Current Version

While many people are aware of the security risks associated with allowing their website software to run out-of-date, there is still an idea that these security risks do not immediately impact a website's success until there is a security breach, something that may never actually happen. This line of thought can lead site owners to see a greater cost in software updating than in the incremental loss of standing in the numbers game that governs the likelihood of a security breach.
December 12, 2014

How Can I Tell if I am Getting a Good Deal on Website Design?

If you're purchasing website design and/or website development services, it's probably because you are not an expert in this field. Of course, you might just be a web guru so busy with high-end enterprise development that you don't have time to build your own website; if you are, you can stop reading this – it is not meant for you. Okay. For all of the rest of you who are still with us, the problem remains: you don't know how websites really work and you are hiring a website designer or design team to build one for you, and you know that you can't really tell how progress is coming on a lot of the behind-the-scenes work, and that feels a little like going to the auto-mechanic who may or may not be trying to siphon as much dough as possible from you.
October 29, 2014

Why Do I Need to Keep Working with a Web Service After My Site is Launched?

It is important to update and manage your website over time. Your website is an important tool to keep you in touch with your clients. Just like a physical shop or storefront can be built and opened, so too can a website be. A website can be launched, functional, and accessible for an indeterminate amount of time. However, much as storefront requires active maintenance to keep inventory updated and the exterior in good condition, so also must a website be updated for performance, style and security.
October 29, 2014

Why Should I Choose One Company for Design, Development and SEO?

Business owners try to accomplish two things when they are embarking on a website project: create a functional and attractive website that reflects the mission and objectives of their company, and to maximize traffic to their site. The question that will likely arise is, essentially:
May 10, 2014

A One-Stop California Web Design Shop

You want to bring in business – or visitors – on your company’s website, and K2 is here to help. At K2 Website Design, we know how to manage a variety of software programs that will empower your website. Regardless if you need help building a site, or updating your current site, K2 is the California web design company for you. We can also handle your California Joomla website hosting needs.
April 30, 2014

Be Responsive: Make Your Website Mobile

Building a website can be challenging, especially when you need a website built for mobile devices and other platforms, including the iPad, tablets, and other web-enabled devices. Understanding the size of screens - and the range of browsers - can prove to be difficult for the untrained website developer, but when you hire K2 Website Design Services, this process becomes easier. Our trained developers are here to help make your website responsive, accessible on mobile devices, and user-friendly.
February 15, 2014

Joomla Website Design

If you want a flexible platform that allows you to connect and network with other businesses for digital publishing or collaboration, Joomla is the open-source system for you. Using Joomla is an option that is available to all businesses and web developers, regardless of the skill levels you might have. We realize that creating a Joomla website design may not be easy for you, which is why K2 is here to help you design your site, and join an interactive community that could be great for your business.
October 24, 2013

Google Hummingbird Upgrade and Implications on Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

The stealth introduction of Hummingbird, Google’s most substantive algorithm upgrade since 2001, was announced a few months after it occurred. A search algorithm is a system that sifts through the raw results when you enter a search term or phrase; algorithms allow search engines to return the results it assesses as the most relevant to your query. Google stated that it chose the moniker Hummingbird because its namesake is “precise and fast.”