Excuse Me, But Why Did You Leave My Website?

Written by Sasha Baksht on January 12, 2016

It’s highly competitive in today’s digital business climate. You need to attract, serve and satisfy more digital customers as the key to success and increasing revenue. Happy customers are more loyal, coming back to you again and referring you via social networks and word of mouth.

It’s a challenge to keep that loyalty. Recent research shows that as many as 90% of the digital customers will simply leave after just one single bad experience. The experience delivered has to be not

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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation

Written by Sasha Baksht on December 18, 2014


Canada’s anti-spam legislation (CASL) is in place to protect Canadians while ensuring that businesses can continue to compete in the global marketplace.


It is YOUR duty to understand and comply with the law!
Get your FREE copy of “The New Law Governing Business Email”

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Not sure if you need mobile friendly website? Google warns!

Written by Sasha Baksht on December 5, 2014

From now on in Google’s English search results in the US, whenever it detects that smartphone users are redirected to a homepage instead of the the page they asked for, Google may note it below the result. If you still wish to proceed to the page, you can click “Try anyway”.

You may use Google’s own test to check if your web page is mobile friendly.

Do you still question yourself if you need mobile friendly website?
Directing smartphone users to

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How much should custom WordPress website costs?

Written by Sasha Baksht on August 17, 2014

“Eventually, you have to talk about cost.

If you’re a consultant, as I am, you’ve been asked how much your services cost. And you have to make some decisions:

What services am I providing?
How many hours do I think this will take me?
How much is this worth to the client, from a business perspective?
Does the client have money? How about a business plan?
Should I charge hourly or by project?
Is this a one off thing or is there potential

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Best office is no office

Written by Sasha Baksht on July 19, 2014
no office

“We have this factory model, and we think someone’s working if they show up in the morning and they’re not drunk, they don’t sleep at their desks, they leave at the right time. But that has so little to do with what you create. And we all know people who create a lot without fitting into those norms.”

Matt Mullenweg.

Mortgage Broker Website

Written by Sasha Baksht on June 4, 2014

We designed and developed a custom responsive WordPress website for the office of outstanding Toronto mortgage planner Liubov Kolosova.

With our branding and web design efforts we nailed the project objectives:

“Convert website visitors into high quality leads by providing them with useful information in a friendly and convenient way.”


Digital Adaptation

Written by Sasha Baksht on May 14, 2014
Digital Adoption

I would recommend every business owner read this book!
A sneak peek from the author of “Digital Adoption” Paul Boag.

Digital is not just another tool we can bolt on to our businesses. It has transformed our world and our organisations need to adapt to this new reality. In his book and podcast, Digital strategist Paul Boag looks at what steps you need to take in order to ensure your organisation succeeds in the digital economy.

WordPress 3.9 “Smith” is available

Written by Sasha Baksht on April 16, 2014

Version 3.9 of WordPress, named “Smith” in honor of jazz organist Jimmy Smith, is available for download or update in your WordPress dashboard. This release features a number of refinements that we hope you’ll love.