Lachance Design Blog

Lachance Launches New Website for Norton Healthcare Staffing

By on Aug 15, 2018 in Lachance Design Blog | 0 comments

Norton Healthcare Staffing & Recruiters needed a new website to help them recruit and manage Healthcare Professionals. Their previous website was over 10 years old and produced little or no referrals. We redesigned their new website using the WorPress platform. This project includes a custom developed client managed job applicant portal. Their new website has...

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The Critical Role of 301 Redirects

By on Aug 24, 2017 in Lachance Design Blog | 0 comments

So you have worked very hard over the years for good solid search engine rankings and you are getting ready to launch a new website but you or your developer have not done 301 redirects.   STOP THE LAUNCH!   What is a 301 redirect you say? Well if you have made changes to your website or are launching a new website and the page URLs have changed, for...

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New Website Launch – QBSCompanies.com

By on Jan 11, 2017 in Lachance Design Blog | 0 comments

We recently launched a new website for QBS Companies “Since 1997, QBS has been the premier crisis prevention, behavioral skills training company providing training and consultation to residential, treatment, educational, and healthcare settings.  Integrating evidence-based, state-of-the-art behavioral research and practice into all our consulting and training...

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Five Signs It May Be Time for a Website Update

By on Dec 5, 2016 in Lachance Design Blog | 0 comments

#1 – Is your website “Mobile Friendly”? Approximately 30-40% of your site visitors are viewing your website using a mobile device. A mobile friendly website – also known as “responsive” – is a website that reconfigures itself to the device is it being viewed on. In April of 2015 Google launched what is referred to as “Mobilegeddon”. Google’s new...

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Is Facebook No Longer Viable for Small Business?

By on Oct 11, 2016 in Lachance Design Blog | 0 comments

Facebook has always been a great way to get your message to a highly targeted base. Many companies have spent a great deal of time, effort and money getting people to “Like” their Facebook business page. This in turn provided a great way for your business to get your message to highly targeted and engaged audiences. However in 2012 Facebook started suppressing your...

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