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Michelle Lexvold

About Michelle Lexvold

Michelle Lexvold is a project manager at Art Unlimited. She enjoys being the liaison between the client and the team to get new projects completed on time.

June 2020

Behind The Scenes Of Your WordPress Site And Accessibility

We hear a lot about accessibility and inclusivity these days; it’s important to make sure people of every ability level have access to things they need in order to do their daily tasks. But what about your website? Since a website is online, it doesn’t have any bathrooms, parking lots, or stairs, so how does accessibility apply to a website? […]

May 2020

August 2019

May 2019

Blogging For Beginners: 3 Essential Questions To Answer

Now that your business has been up and running for a couple of years, have you started thinking about adding blogging to your marketing repertoire? Getting started can be hard to do because there is just so much to consider. Here are the first three things to answer when you are starting your blog. […]

April 2019

Top 10 Mistakes Of DIY Websites

Welcome to the world-wide team of small entrepreneurs. You are joining a growing demographic and we are so excited to have you! We are a small marketing firm that has been in business for over 35 years so we know a thing or two about what makes a great website. As a newbie, we know you may not have the resources to hire a designer to build a stellar website for you. So to help, here are 10 common mistakes we see made in ‘do-it-yourself’ websites. […]

September 2018

May 2018

April 2018

How to Claim Your Google Business Listing

  What is a Google My Business listing? When you type your business’s name into Google, sometimes there’s a side box that pops up. It has your business name, address, phone number, pictures, a map, and a link to your business website. This is your Google My Business listing. […]

The Catch in Caching一Info & Tips for Website Owners

Isn’t it great when a website loads right when you click on it, lickety-split? But it’s a bummer if the information you’re expecting isn’t there. This can be a result of your computer system’s cache, and it can have many pitfalls for programmers and users alike. Here’s what caching is, when to use it, and how to get around overactive caching issues on any website. […]

August 2017