Anthony Tisara is the Outreach Manager at My Biz Niche, the go-to Phoenix-based digital marketing agency specializing in effective SEO and stunning web design solutions built to capture your target audience and generate more leads. He enjoys traveling with his family and organizing weekly trivia events with his friends.
Times have definitely changed, particularly when it comes to finding a business offering a certain product or service in our area.
Back in the day, we had to look for business names in the Yellow Pages or rely on traditional media ads to get an idea which local business can provide what we’re looking for. Today, all we have to do is open our Google app on our smartphone, type in a search query, and get the information we need, whether it’s the phone number of a florist or the business hours of a restaurant near our location.
That is the magic of local search, which is something small businesses that depend on local customers for revenue must pay closer attention to if they want to achieve their business goals. If you own one such business, then you must have a local SEO strategy in place.
A lot of things make a website look good. One site can draw you in with stunning images. Another makes your jaw drop with how it plays with fonts. Then there’s the way it uses color, which pretty much brings a website to life.
Color, indeed, plays a crucial role in making a website look pretty. However, there’s more to color as used in websites than meets the eye.
Many of us may not realize it, but the colors as used on any one website are also meant to elicit certain reactions, emotions, and attitudes from the people who visit them. At least that’s what color psychology is telling us.