Radek Sienkiewicz — November 16, 2018 — November 16, 2018 If you generate a $ 200 million quarterly profit with an online product, your website’s user experience must be world class, right? Wrong. Your homepage can still look like the one above, which is from one of the largest cryptocurrency exchanges in the world. But … Continue reading Why Sites in High-Growth Industries Have Terrible UX
Laura Napoli — March 30, 2018 — March 30, 2018 Google recently announced they will shut down their URL shortener, Goo.gl. Google will cease service for any new or anonymous users on April 13. Although existing users can continue to use the goo.gl console through March 2019, there’s no time like the present to start … Continue reading Top Tips: Migrating from Google URL Shortener to Bitly
Megan Hendrickson — March 5, 2017 — March 5, 2017 If you still haven’t taken time to build a website for your business, I have one question for you: Why not? Maybe you think you don’t have the time, money, or skills to create a stunning website that represents your business. Whatever is holding you … Continue reading How to Build a Website in 15 Minutes
Jerry Low — February 17, 2017 Follow @WebHostingJerry— February 17, 2017 I’m sure your blog is terrific. You’re doing everything right: You’ve got great headlines, you’ve sourced some great visuals, you might even be actively involved in every area of content creation, developing your own images, infographics, and videos. But there is one thing that … Continue reading What Wikipedia Can’t Tell You About Web Hosting
Christopher Jan Benitez — November 15, 2016 Follow @christopherjanb— November 15, 2016 Image from Pixabay The most important rule for web development is always to seek improvements, and there’s no better way to accomplish this than to use analysis tools. Keep in mind that no website is already successful in the first build. As a … Continue reading 7 Website Analyzer Tools for Webmasters
by Aaron RiddleOctober 22, 2016 In the world of website redesigns, a new website can be a daunting task. With a high price tag and a large chunk of your marketing budget, it can certainly be a make-or-break scenario for most organizations. With this task on the radar for some or most marketing teams, many … Continue reading GDD vs. a Classic Website Project: Which Approach Is Right for Me?
by Cody Ward Follow @codymwardAugust 26, 2016 Sometimes web designers, entrepreneurs, and digital marketers just need some basic stock photography to elevate their website or landing page. Even if you’re bootstrapping or on a tight budget, you still need to find quality eye catching graphics and photos. Well look no further than the following free … Continue reading 10+ Free (Yes, Even for Commercial Use) Stock Photo Websites