Rebecca Davies — October 10, 2018 Follow @BecEntyce — October 10, 2018 When it comes to building a new website, many businesses choose to focus predominantly on the design aspect of the project when approaching agencies to carry out the work. Whilst design is a vital part to any web development project, there are a … Continue reading 4 Ways to Ensure Effective Web Development
Kristin Zhivago — August 8, 2018 Follow @KristinZhivago — August 8, 2018 Pexels / Pixabay If you own a business, you know a lot about that business. You also have a website. You probably know less about how websites are constructed. Do you need to know? Yes – certainly enough in order to manage your … Continue reading Website Tech 101: How Websites Are Constructed
Donna Campbell — July 4, 2018 — July 4, 2018 Are you looking to grow your email list, generate more leads, get more people to download your content, or enroll more blog subscribers? Us too. While the marketing world is quite divided on the use of pop-up opt-in forms, we happen to use them for … Continue reading Should I Use Pop-Up Forms on My Website?
Mike Moran — June 22, 2018 Follow @MikeMoran — June 22, 2018 adjieargoputra / Pixabay It doesn’t happen as much anymore, but it wasn’t long ago that every time I showed slides explaining how Amazon tests every change they make to their website, some wisenheimer would pipe up, “Yeah, well Amazon has a lot … Continue reading Are You Testing the Right Things on Your Website?
Before you jump into conversion rate optimization, contributor Allen Martinez says your website must reflect a deep understanding of your customers, among other things. Read on for how best to approach the challenge. Allen Martinez on March 9, 2018 Before I graduated from the Art Center College of Design, Lynda Weinman was my … Continue reading Creating the best lead-gen website, step by step
By Joydeep Bhattacharya January 29th, 2018 Website navigation extends well beyond merely bringing together the important category links of your website and arranging them in parent categories on a top menu bar or a sidebar. Before anything, let’s have a quick look at the crucial role that good website navigation design plays in a content and … Continue reading How To Implement Faceted Navigation
Personal Branding Blog — January 26, 2018 — January 26, 2018 It’s great to have high traffic for your personal brand’s website. How to get these visitors to convert into sales is the next challenge businesses face. The design and execution of elements are crucial to staying up to date with the latest technology and … Continue reading How to Have a More Successful Website Design With Multivariate Testing
Tobin Lehman — January 12, 2018 Follow @gonewnorth — January 12, 2018 lukasbieri / Pixabay If your website is more than two years old, it could be hurting you more than it’s helping. If so, this is your year for a website redesign. We tend to forget about things that are not right in front … Continue reading Is 2018 Your Year For a Website Redesign?
Ryan Eldridge — November 2, 2017 — November 2, 2017 Unpleasant name, unparalleled results Let’s be frank. The first image that comes to mind when you hear ‘squeeze page’ is probably not pretty. Flashing arrows, brightly colored text, and copy that attempts to trick visitors into giving up their email have been overused and are … Continue reading The Ultimate Guide to Conversion-Focused Squeeze Page Design Backed By Science
Vinay Patankar — October 9, 2017 — October 9, 2017 Launching a website can be a huge undertaking. A successful launch requires managing many moving parts including content, design, marketing and the technical side. That’s why we have created this handy checklist for you to use on your next website launch or redesign. Website Launch … Continue reading The Ultimate Website Launch Checklist: Improve Design, SEO & Speed