Advertising Agency supporting Hill City, SD

At Lefthand Advertising, we not only strive to support the local businesses in our city but also those in the surround area including Hill City, SD. One of our favorite small towns in the Black Hills, Hill City offers a wide range of amazing businesses.

Web Host Accidentally Deletes Websites

Web hosting company 123-reg effectively deleted some of its customers’ websites, according to the company’s support page. It was unclear how many of the 1.7 million sites hosted by the United Kingdom-based company were impacted by the error, which occurred during server maintenance, however the BBC reported the company said it was a “small proportion.”

Tips and Tricks to Improve your Website

Many small business today are finally embracing the internet and creating a website but unfortunately many are also DIY building them. It is a great cost saving idea but know that Weebly, Wix, Squarespace, are all ‘rental’ website builders – similar to leasing a vehicle but without the ability to purchase. Most businesses that try these website builders out ultimately end up hiring a professional because of improper design, not being optimized, development limitations and most importantly – never being updated on a weekly basis. Don’t sink to the bottom of Google! Your website is the bread and butter of your business online, put your best foot forward and invest in your future!

Advertising Agency supporting Businesses in Custer, SD

Advertising Agency supporting Businesses in Custer, SD Whether we’re developing an online advertising campaign, designing a new website, creating a fresh new logo, or optimizing your website to reach more people on search engines – we have the abilities to...

4 Trends That Will Shape 2016

For marketers, it’s crucial to spend time reviewing data from 2015 and attending strategic planning meetings to build momentum for 2016. But it’s also important to consider marketing trends and forecasts that may impact your team’s plans. Are experts predicting any major shifts in the industry over the next 12 months?