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So far Wayne Lin has created 65 blog entries.

Get a Tax Benefit for your Advertising Before the End of the Year

The end of the year is approaching quickly…as such, many businesses are either getting ready for a break, or finishing up their end of year plans gearing up for next year- which includes all the finances and organizing their taxes. It’s undoubtedly a busy time of year as businesses look for tax deductible items they can write off. One tax deductible item several business owners do not know about is that some expenses they pay for advertising or marketing can be written off. This includes, but not limited to website design, logo design, brochures, and business cards, to name a few. […]

December 20th, 2014|, Tax deductions, Web Design, Weblog|

Website Wow Factor Leads to Success

You often hear about your website needing a “Wow” factor. It sounds good in principle, but what does it really mean. This factor refers to not only a great looking website, but what it does. When you hire a friend of a friend to do your website, or even a family member, they don’t have “Wow” factor in mind. They are merely showcasing their “skills” in doing something as a favor. A trained, and educated graphic designer has this factor in mind because it does three things – and these three things are perhaps one of the most important anyone could ask for in a website. […]

December 15th, 2014|, Web Design, Weblog, Website redesign|

Google Scam Blog (Revisited) – Update

In August, we talked about being extremely careful when fielding phone calls from people from “Google”. It was common practice for these scammers to go under the guise of Google and give you a shpeel about not ranking high in their search engines and giving them your credit card numbers. This is where the scam gets a little more dangerous – they’re now using Yahoo, Bing, Facebook, and other social media avenues to further their cause. As we become a little more astute to the scammers using Google’s name, their hope is that using a different company will throw you off just enough. Here are some items to put into perspective from 2013: […]

December 5th, 2014||

Millenial Marketing: Understanding what we don’t really know

Millenial Marketing: Understanding what we don’t really know Millenials. You think you know who they are and how to market to them, but what you think you know may not be the whole truth. Millenials are one of the hardest demographics to narrow down, because no one exactly knows their way of thinking from a consumer standpoint. All signs point to we really don’t know the millenial market as well as we should, but here are three ways that you can scratch the surface (and as such, learn how to market to them): […]

November 22nd, 2014||

3 Ways to Change Your Customer’s Behavior

When people talk about change, you generally get two responses: a look of shock and trepidation, or you get a look of excitement. As a business owner, you know all about change and what that means to your company. Customers and even business owners often resist it at all costs, but there is a time where change is necessary. Changing your customer’s behavior starts by impressing a different idea to your customer. The first step of the process as a whole is how you can make that idea stick. […]

October 1st, 2014||

Follow us on Google+

Hello, Oklahoma Web Design followers and friends.  We wanted to let you know that we have started a new social media page through Google+ at Feel free to check out our new social media page and be sure to follow us to see what exciting projects we have going on currently, and in the future.  By following us on Google+ you will not only learn more about online security, design trends, and new web applications, but you will also be able to see our newest projects in the works, as well as have the ability to respond to our posts with thoughtful questions and comments, and see how we are impacting the community – and a lot in between. […]

September 27th, 2014||

Why you should not “unsubscribe” to SPAM.

It’s amazing what you find in our inbox. Free pills, low-cost cigars, a millionaire to marry – you get anything and everything today. While some of these offers are enticing, they come at a cost. More than likely you have clicked on one of these emails and tried to “unsubscribe” from them. You feel good about it for a day or two, but then the flood of other spam emails come in – and you start getting hit with viruses. This is typical of unsubscribing to such emails. It’s okay to unsubscribe to sites that are reputable like ESPN or Walmart, but unsubscribing to sites that “randomly” email you isn’t a good idea. In fact, it’s just not a good idea not to open up the email. […]

September 10th, 2014||

Why “HTTPS” is the Future of Websites

Every website’s end user experience is different.. There are varying levels of user experience you want to achieve whether you’re in eCommerce or you simply have a blog. In any case, there’s a push for better and greater levels of security. The problem then comes how much security do you need to make sure your users are getting the experience they deserve. If you’ve ever paid attention to the URL, you’ve probably noticed some sites have an “s” after the http. So, what is that and why is it important for you? The benefits of adding a secure connection is two-fold. For starters, the “s” is a secure connection. […]

August 30th, 2014||

Password Protection: Renewing is Reviving

If you’ve been keeping up with the news, then you know Russian criminals have stolen more than 1.2 billion usernames and passwords. Does this mean you were affected? Undoubtedly, but that doesn’t mean you’ve been compromised in other ways. If this is anything, it’s a lesson in keeping your password strong and changing it frequently. […]

August 27th, 2014||

Three Ways to Reduce Your Bounce Rate

Anyone who has Google Analytics knows that the bounce rate is often a pretty low number. The bounce rate refers to the rate of website viewers who view a landing page (it doesn’t matter what page) and then leave the site. You can look at the numbers as a whole or you can break it down page by page. In any case, the number may not be to your liking. It’s a common occurrence, but there are ways you can improve your bounce rate by changing a few minor details on your website. […]

July 29th, 2014||