The Cheeky Monkey Media Blog

A few words from the apes, monkeys, and various primates that make up the Cheeky Monkey Super Squad.

Website Wireframes: 3 Options That Fit Any Budget

October 7, 2021 / Ashley Olsen

Starting a new web project can be daunting. Technical terms that you may not have heard before get thrown around, and it can be overwhelming to get familiar with the new jargon. One word that you’ve probably heard during your website journey is Wirefra…
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Cheeky Monkey Adopt-a-Primate Initiative

September 24, 2021 / Natalie Chew

Our World is a Little Bananas Right Now The global Covid-19 pandemic may have been introduced into our lives in 2o20, but it’s still very present in 2021 and has made this year quite a thing, yes? At Cheeky Monkey, fortunately projects began to pick up…
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Grow a Great WebOps Strategy

September 16, 2021 / Natalie Chew

Think Like a Gardener  Consider this Part 2 of our recent blog that dove into creating a strategy that allows your website to grow alongside your business.  Now, let’s assume you’ve decided to take the plunge into the world of WebOps. You’re getting re…
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How to Generate Conversions through Content

September 9, 2021 / Natalie Chew

Surprise! It Starts with Your Target Audience Behind the scenes of every great website is an even better content & SEO strategy. As a marketing manager or web developer, you can do everything in your power to have the best design, functionality, an…
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WebOps: The New Direction for Online Growth

August 24, 2021 / Natalie Chew

So here’s a big question: How can you ensure your website continues to grow alongside your business while staying on the leading edge of technology, AND have the ability to pivot with unexpected market changes? Good news, this is more achievable than y…
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What are MVP Websites and Why They Matter to You

July 29, 2021 / Treena Bjarnason

Establish your MVP website priorities with your team for a successful (and budget friendly) 2021 In 2021, the internet continues to be a dominant and necessary evil in a business’s success. Rebuilds, upgrades, redesigns, and all marketing actions need…
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Make Your Website Mobile Friendly in 2021

July 26, 2021 / Natalie Chew

Is your website stuck in 2002? Were you still listening to “Hot in Herre” by Nelly on your Sony Discman the last time you overhauled your website? Is your latest blog post talking about your sweet new Nokia 3310? If this sounds like your site, let’s ge…
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Increase Your SEO ‘Performance’

July 20, 2021 / Natalie Chew

Umm…Do You Have Performance Issues? Performance is one of four major headings that Google uses when ranking your website for search engine optimization. Beyond that, poor performance can lead to a frustrating experience and even direct traffic away f…
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Technology’s Impact on Tourism: New User Experience Trends to Embrace

May 18, 2021 / Natalie Chew

Technology’s Impact on Tourism The days are gone when people used to rely on the services of travel agencies to plan their trips. Technology has revolutionized the way people make decisions about their travels, and user experience trends have evolved e…
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Build a Stronger Chain: Iterate, Improve, Evolve

February 11, 2021 / Treena Bjarnason

Cheeky, Chains & Comedy When it comes to achieving success, who better to refer to than the epic comedian Jerry Seinfeld? His path to stardom aligns perfectly with what we at Cheeky Monkey believe to be a best practice for moving your business forw…
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Winning Streak: Cheeky Monkey Media Claims Clutch’s Top Web Developer Award Again

February 8, 2021 / Danielle Thornton

The web development industry continues to grow in 2021, with various development trends slated to dominate the industry in the coming year. With them, comes a more challenging task of meeting customers’ demands while keeping up with the latest updates…
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It’s The Time to be Online

November 12, 2020 / Patrick Beckerton

The world of websites and services has changed. A lot. Now is the time to be online. When I first started in the industry, I was trying to sell web services to people that still preferred to put their ad spend into the phone book (for those of you that…
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