August 4, 2020


Just because everyone else is doing something is usually not a good enough reason for anyone to do it.  Unless, of course, everyone else is right.  What is everyone else doing that maybe you should be doing also?  Everyone else, your competitors, your vendors, and if you are a B2B business, then your customers have websites.  Why don’t you?

There is no good reason not to have a website for your small business.  Your business offers goods and/or services to end consumers or other businesses.  Having a website enables potential customers to learn about your offerings.  They can learn about your staff if you like and hours and location too.  If you have a website but have not updated it in a while, then it is time to consider either an overhaul or some careful enhancements.

Some small businesses hesitate to launch a website since the business has been just finefor years or decades without a website.  But times have changed.  Landau Consulting, a web development company in New Jersey, has published a list of 7 myths about small business websites in the following infographic.

Small businesses that already have a website might bristle at the thought of relaunching it with a new look and new technologies to make it more user-friendly and efficient because it is in direct conflict with their “once and done” view of the website.  Cost and complexity are frequent excuses for avoiding building a website; or perhaps the perceived time investment required.

These are valid concerns but today’s technologies have addressed and resolved these concerns.  A good NJ small business web design company can help you work through the process of creating a compelling and effective website, regardless of where your business is.  They will help you understand your options, much like a good contractor will guide you through a home renovation or construction project.

Contact Landau Consulting today to get started on your new or improved company website.


With most parts of the world experiencing COVID pandemic it is now quite certain that almost all interactions, both material and human, are going to be digitalized in future. This has brought in immense possibilities and so also certain difficulties in its wake.  In this context numerous apps have appeared, yet only few have been able to hold on due to their inherent potentials.

One of these is Django app and for many businesses this is perhaps the smoothest way to take your business into multiple corners of the world. However, along with your internalization you now have a problem to create your localized products and services to be easily understood by people of other languages. This problem fortunately, please refer to, can now be easily solved with Django based multiple languages support.

Django App that Supports Multiple Languages

Clients love better and easier services and they are always on the lookout for any shortcuts. In online your app needs to serve a large customer base and many of them are at far off locations communicating in different languages. For instance, your clients may want Django app and CMS (admin panel) in German or Chinese, Malaysian, Spanish or Japanese.

The Django app supports not just preliminary feature of data translations, but also gives helps you understand complex cases too. In order to give supportive guidance like tutorial detai in your internationalization and translation efforts Django has ability to handle two kinds of data in the app.

It first handles static data with translations for all fields and looks into error messages. The next is that it has dynamic data for custom data for user and can simultaneously handle both these with no hassles.


When users wants to enable translation they need to inform Django app as to list of languages that it needs to support. This is used to support static data and default language as you may find if you go to for details. The default language is a language that the app automatically goes for in case of anything beyond the list.

You will find that this is best way to get more language based support for your business or service while expanding internationally for your localized products and services. The translation algorithm quickly determines as to which translation it needs to install in current thread once request has been made. It also sifts and formats the URL such that the client knows which language has been used.