6 Important Components That Should Be Part of Your Website

When we talk to new customers about building a new website, the discussion is primarily centered around the look, feel, and content, as it should be. But if the site is going to be effective, there are some other important yet unseen aspects of the site that need to...

Regional East Bay Law Firm

Case Study - Regional Law Firm - Family Law Full website and email This law firm is in a very competitive space in the area – family law. The partner needed to create a website that could be engaging to customers referred to them as well as attractive to search...

Masonry Supply Company

Case Study - Brickyard Full website, email, managed services, desktop support Brickyard Building Materials had an outdated, 90’s style website. Back Office Geeks updated their website that catapulted them to the top search position for over a hundred industry...

Retail Store

Case Study - Concord Feed Full website, email, managed services Concord Feed is a fun place to shop. You get that old time feel when you walk in the door. They carry top quality brand pet foods and supplies, but it’s also one of the only places you can buy food...

7 Ways to Get Control of Your Online Company Assets

It’s a typical practice to entrust your website, ecommerce site, blog, and social media pages to a person or firm.  They know the technology.  Let them drive. But that backfires when a disgruntled employee or a disgruntled contractor decides to withhold...

What is a website, really?

The first thing you are going to say is, who would ask such a stupid question.  As an owner of a company that purports to build websites for people, I have a particular interest in your understanding of what goes into making a website. Of course, not all businesses...