Biggest Blog in South Africa coming this August 2016. Find out more.

We are proud to announce that we at Website Designs Johannesburg, have been working on creating the biggest entertainment blog website in South Africa. This page will cover all the best quotes, funny jokes and the funniest pictures on the web. This website is JuicyQuotes.com and is in its final development stages. It has taken thousands of hours of design work. For every single quote and every single quote, we created and designed a custom picture quote / joke to get with it to increase the users experience.  Can you imagine designing thousands of picture quotes? The goal of the website is to educate, inspire, motivated people of South Africa and around the world. Then on top of that we wanted to give people jokes and picture to laugh at to brighten up their day. We hope that you and many South Africans will enjoy this website as much as we have enjoyed creating it. Feel free to take a look at the JuicyQuotes...

How QR codes can help you

How Can QR Codes be used for Marketing? There are a number of practical ways QR codes can be used for marketing and promotions in a variety of settings. QR Codes can be integrated into just about any type of printed materials, including: Conference/Event Displays Print Advertisements Business Cards Brochures, Posters and Flyers Postcards and Mailers What Can a QR Code Do? Once a QR code is scanned the encoded information can be used to automatically trigger a range of actions on the user’s device, including: View a Mobile Website or Landing Page Receive more information Dial Telephone Number Send a Text Message Send an Email View a Message or Special Offer Download Contact Details (VCARD) View a Google Maps Location View a Social Media...

Free Website Design Serives

Some reasons you should never get a free website design service.   You don’t fully own your free website. When you use a free website design service, they own your site instead of you. They tell you what you can and can’t do on “your website” and may hinder you from doing things such as selling and including payment buttons. You are also almost always very limited to how much you can customize the website. The worst part about it, the free website design service will put their logo, advertisement etc. on your website. You are subject to their changes. The free website design service may suddenly require payment, or put their advertisement all over your page, put their logo on your website, etc. The sky is the limit of what they could require or force you to comply with. Could disappear, go out of business or be unreliable. Small and large businesses cease operating all the time. I am sure you have seen that for yourself. So what happens if one day you wake up and your site has disappeared? Looks unprofessional. Most free services will display their own ads and/or links and you have no control over them. It is obvious you are using a free service and it reflects poorly on you. I mean, would you trust a website that you knew was a free website service and had other people’s ads on it or some other companies logo on your website? No! Your next steps: If you really want a nice website designed for you, than contact us and we will create a beautiful website for...

Googles ‘Mobile Friendly’ Move

Users are now accessing the internet on mobile phones and various other devices at an ever increasing rate, even surpassing desktop users in the United States. This shift in technology has dramatically changed the way we access internet content. The increase in mobile phone internet usage has not only forced us to adapt to a new environment, but has also altered the way in which society interacts on a daily basis. If you own a mobile device, I’m sure you’re more than familiar with the struggles associated with trying to view a non-mobile friendly website. The zooming, pinching and panning around the screen while squinting to complete the simplest of tasks definitely is detrimental to the users experience, and has no doubt deterred many potential customers from viewing your website in the past. Well, guess what? Everything’s about to change! As of April 21 2015, Google will be making two major changes to its algorithms to further improve Google search experience and to help users discover more mobile-friendly content. Google will now be favoring sites that offer their users a mobile friendly version, and penalizing those that don’t. So, what does all of this mean? Put simply, if your site isn’t compliant with Google’s mobile guidelines, your website ranking will suffer. From this date, results will be tailored to the user, by identifying your device and providing you with relevant websites that have been granted a “Mobile Friendly” tag. After all, if you’re searching for a product or service on your phone, it makes sense to be provided with results that are directly relevant, easy to view and convenient. While Google...