The Cheeky Monkey Media Blog

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

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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Are you sure you are picking the right option for your site? Do you need to rebuild or do you simply need maintenance?

September 14, 2020 / Danielle Thornton

Introduction We have all heard it before…you have to rebuild your website every 2 to 3 years. But, Is this really the right choice for you? In today’s era of websites, it is actually very unlikely that a website rebuild is the right choice. In most c…
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Website Migrations, Teamwork & Collaboration

April 15, 2020 / Danielle Thornton

  What is a site migration? As an agency that provides website design, development, and marketing services & solutions to its clients, we like to define website migration as any event whereby a website undergoes substantial changes in areas th…
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Be Audit You Can Be

February 28, 2020 / Danielle Thornton

What is the importance of an audit? More importantly, what is the difference between a content audit and a site audit, and how do they directly impact your website? Audits are particularly important to increase and enhance your user experience, in the…
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Your New Website & You: The Discovery Phase

January 7, 2020 / Kodie Beckley

You have come to the realization that you definitely need a new, better version of your website. But WHY? What is the driving force behind this decision for you and your business? Figuring out the WHY is the first step in the Discovery process, as no o…
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The Power of Page Builders

July 10, 2019 / Kodie Beckley

From the early days of the ‘Net until recently, it took specialized knowledge to build a website. Taking your idea from a mental snapshot to reality meant you needed to know at least one coding language. You had to have the proper software to get your…
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Maintenance Packages & Pontiacs

June 18, 2019 / Kodie Beckley

I drive a four-door 1999 Pontiac Sunfire. It’s white, covered in punk rock stickers, dents, scratches, and patches of rust. I call him Cooper, he’s the first car I ever owned, and I’ve grown pretty dang attached to it. I had it through high school, use…
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Decoupled and Headless CMS: An Introduction

May 16, 2019 / Guest Blogger

Decoupled architecture. It’s making waves in the development community and all for the right reasons. Separating your back-end from your front-end simply makes sense. Content management systems like WordPress and Drupal both offer a set of features tha…
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Don’t be a Red Shirt: The Importance of Regular Website Maintenance

February 7, 2019 / Treena Bjarnason

All trekkers know that any crew members wearing a red shirt aboard a Starfleet vessel are expendable and will likely to be blasted or sucked out into the vastness of space. In other words, they typically have very short lifespans. Your website has the…
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