We’ve all encountered this digital roadblock at one point or another. But 404 pages shouldn’t be a dead end to a visitor’s experience on your website.
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Every industry uses terms that are unique to what they do and/or produce. Web development, design and maintenance are no different. Cloudflare? Host? Footer? Yep, this part of our industry has quite a few that can seem overwhelming. Knowing the meaning of some of these terms (and how they connect!) will help you understand the process and how they apply to you, your business or your work.
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Abovo recently received awards for producing four of North Dakota’s top 2018 marketing and advertising campaigns. The awards, referred to as “ADDYs,” were given by the American Advertising Federation at
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