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  1. How to use your web presence to assist your hospitality business through Covid-19

    We’re in a firestorm at the moment, especially when it comes to businesses in hard hit sectors (hospitality, tourism and retail).

  2. Website Maintenance for Health and Beauty Websites

    Websites are designed to give you a face on the web, it’s a tool for accessing a different pool of potential customers. As with most things, your website will always need updates – in the same way you might care for a garden. You probably spend hours outside pulling weeds, cleaning the paving stones and re-arranging plants for the best […]

  3. 7 Things That You Need On Your Nutritionist Website

    Is the idea of building or revamping your nutritionist website already sending your brain into a mess of questions and worries? You’ve decided that it’s time that you start working on your website so that you can take advantage of all the leads that it could be generating you, great! But, the problem is… what really needs be on your […]

  4. Why WordPress?

    This week we wanted to take a little dive into what it means to have a WordPress website. It’s one of the main platforms that we build on and there are so many great reasons to do some. Let’s explore a little with Kittie our Digital Strategist and Dan our Creative Director! Kittie: WordPress is one of the platforms we […]

  5. A look at the current edge of web development; the Re3 Node.js stack

    Although we work mostly with WordPress here at Avidmode, we also develop for Node.js from time to time (i.e. at any given opportunity). Lately, we’ve really been digging into the Re3 stack, so let’s talk about that and how it compares to the old PHP/MySQL combo. Node.js Whilst JavaScript runs in every browser, each has its own engine responsible for doing […]

  6. Is WordPress the “cheap” option?

    At Avidmode, we’ve used WordPress for several years. It’s been very good for us, and we’re never worried about using it for client websites. It has quite literally never been an issue. However, outside our company, WordPress has a varied reputation. It’s often referred to as the “cheap” option. It’s not my intention to launch into some rant about this […]