Like many web development and design firms, Burlington Bytes lives and dies by time tracking. We need accurate billable numbers to provide clients, as well as detailed breakdowns for accountability and internal data-analysis. The problem is, time tracking can easily become a complex beast that takes more time to manage than it actually tracks. So, […]
Has it happened to you? You pull out your mobile device or computer and search for Chinese take-out restaurants to order your dinner from, because you don’t feel like cooking tonight. Just when you get to the menu page, a pesky interstitial full-page ad invades your screen before you can get your destined webpage. If […]
The Burlington Bytes team has been hard at work these past few months, and with new clients and new projects coming on board at a constant rate, it was obvious that we needed to fill a crucial position here at Burlington Bytes. Our office is rapidly expanding, and to keep up with the beat, we […]
Whether you like it or not, the holidays are on their way. And this year, Black Friday and Cyber Monday both happen this November, for the first time since 2012. With these being two of the biggest shopping days of the entire year, it might be a good idea to start optimizing your business website now, […]
Get Your Business Online: We’re Hosting An All-Day Event Workshop On Church Street, Thursday, September 10th.
A few weeks ago, we announced that our office would be hosting a free Google workshop to help local Vermont businesses “Get Online and On The Map”. We originally scheduled the event in the evening, however, we have decided to change the time of the event to an ALL DAY workshop instead. We will also […]
We attended the Vermont Chamber of Commerce’s Business and Industry Expo at the Sheraton Burlington Hotel & Conference Center last month and as a highlight to the region’s largest business-to-business trade show, we offered anyone interested, to come visit our exhibitor booth to sign-up for a chance to win a free website and marketing package […]
As it stands, there is a major gender gap in the technology industry. In 2014, “only 30 percent of all Google employees were women,” stated WNYC 93.9, and those numbers don’t lie. Google executives who are female, make up only 21 percent of the workplace, while only 15 percent held technical jobs. Let’s not forget […]