Xynergy Blog

He Who Hesitates: Business Owners and Their Reluctance to Embrace Social Media

Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Social media

I’m always surprised when I speak to business owners who claim to see little to no value in mounting a social media campaign to further their business interests. Despite the damage and the potential sales it could cost their companies, many business leaders seem to prefer to stay away from social...

Responsive Design V Adaptive Design

Thursday, July 21, 2016

Responsive vs Adaptive Web Design

By now, most everyone knows that when building a website, you must cater it to mobile users as well.X

When mobile devices first became popular, one of the most common techniques for catering to this new medium was to have completely separate URL for mobile content, effectively separating the...

Torn Between WordPress and Expression Engine? How To Choose the CMS that Works Best for You

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

WordPress and Expression Engine are the two most popular Content Management Systems (CMS) out there when it comes to building a website (or redoing an existing one). Our Xynergy team is expert at both.

A robust CMS provides the foundation for collaboration, offering users the ability to manage...

Why hackers want to hack your site

Monday, October 26, 2015

Why hackers want to hack your site

“Why would anyone want to hack my site?” I have heard this exact phrase or a variation of it many times. Some of our smallest sites are the one's with the most hack attempts. I have seen some of these small sites get more than one thousand failed login attempts over the course of a week, and that...

The One Page Website: Friend or Foe

Thursday, October 22, 2015

Nicotine Source single page website developed by Xynergy

For years now it has been thought that having a single dynamic looking website would not go well with your SEO and ranking amongst Search Engines. We are here to tell you that is not the case, with more and more single page sites popping up every day the popular search engines have begun to crawl...

So many reasons you don’t want to have your website hacked…now , SEO is another.

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Often times, we will hear from clients that they are not worried about having their site hacked because there isn’t any credit card information collected. Hacking sites is no longer a concern for online stores only. It is a concern for EVERYONE with a website. There are many reasons why having your...

3 Red Flags that Send Clients Running

Friday, May 22, 2015

Agencies and independent contractors are supposed to make life your life easier. The agent/client relationship is symbiotic. The client pays money, and the agency uses their expertise to advise the client or deliver a product.  In return, the client passes on the agency’s name, and the cycle begins...

Is SEO Really Dead?

Thursday, February 12, 2015

The Internet is awash with articles that ponder the death of the SEO industry.  In November of 2013, Forbes published an article titled “Is SEO Dead?”  In March of 2014, Copyblogger stated that the term, SEO “is officially dead.”  In July of 2014, ClickZ stated that if SEO “isn’t functionally dead,...

Calling All Creative Bootleggers, ADDY Awards Open for Submissions

Tuesday, December 30, 2014

The American Advertising Awards is the largest competition in the advertising industry, representing and recognizing creative excellence around the world. 

Patrons must enter online at nmadvertisingawards.com and deliver their physical entries January 22, between 11a.m. and 4p.m. Drop off...

ExpressionEngine is the Spawn of the CMS World

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Let’s start with a little overview of these two...

Al Simmons was a highly trained assassin and was considered the best in the C.I.A. He was promoted to a higher level that dealt with the things that the U.S. government kept secret. When Simmons began to question whether or not they were...