Weebly looks at the design of its website from the previous 10 years, showing us just how much the web has changed.
Millions of blog posts are published every day. A small percentage gain traction and attract readers.
Building a Website
When you're following up on tons of form leads from your website, they all start to look the same. However, if you look for these five attributes, you'll quickly zero-in on the most promising leads.
Consider what your site needs to thrive and the features you need to create the platform you want.
If your small business's website isn't gaining traffic, actively engaging customers or targeting the right personas, it might be time for a redesign.
Write, publish, promote, repeat. Strong, relevant content is key.
Show your company's true colors with a thoughtful and heartfelt introduction.
Just as you'd walk out of a shady restaurant or car dealership, so will a customer who doesn't trust you leave your website.
Pay attention to these three issues and watch your website's value grow.
There's a lot you have to keep in mind when building an online form -- length, placement, verbiage, even color. Yes, I said color. Let's prevent people from seeing red because of your form. Or is red a good thing? Keep reading and find out.
The rules prohibited broadband providers from giving or selling access to speedy internet, essentially a 'fast lane' on the web's information superhighway.
We all use this thing called the internet every day, but many of us probably don't understand the mechanics behind it.
Your online presence can't focus just on selling a product or service. To reach more customers, make your website is engaging -- a place where potential customers interact enough with you to become committed customers.
Calls-to-action, consumer-friendly color and followups on abandoned shopping carts are among the tools smart ecommerce companies employ.
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