Susan Friesen — March 8, 2019 Follow @eVisionMedia — March 8, 2019 What Can Happen if You Neglect Your Newly-Built Site So, your new site is complete – congratulations! There are a lot of moving parts to a build, from coding to design to content. However, if you want to attract and retain customers, you … Continue reading Does Your Business Need a Website Maintenance Plan?
Andrew Schulkind — March 3, 2019 — March 3, 2019 House building as metaphor for website design and development is, I admit, overused – “building a website is like building a house” just returned 5,680,000,000 results for me. Still, a solid foundation and infrastructure are critical even though it’s the shiny features (like kitchens and … Continue reading Does Your Website Architecture Hold Up?
Nikola Roza — February 9, 2019 Follow @NikolaRoza — February 9, 2019 Broken links… the bane of every honest webmaster. The destroyers of websites! Well… not really. But they are worth fixing. And if your site is of: decent age, decent size, or both; you have broken links. And they’re ruining your site’s experience. So … Continue reading Learn How to Find and Fix Broken Links in Your WordPress Site — It’s Worth Doing It!
Faster-loading sites was at the bottom of a list of marketing priorities according to an Unbounce survey. Greg Sterling on January 25, 2019 at 8:41 am Load time matters. Beyond the fact that Google has made page speed a mobile ranking factor, consumer behaviors and perceptions are significantly impacted by page load times. That’s according … Continue reading Slow pages hurt conversions, but marketers aren’t in a hurry to fix them
Greetje den Holder — January 16, 2019 Follow @GdenHolder — January 16, 2019 I have already talked about how machine translations can only be a solution when you have user-generated content on your website. You should really use a professional translator for all your other texts. It is nice to see that webmasters agree with … Continue reading How Do You Easily Build a Multilingual Website?
Updating alt tags and creating friendly URLs and file names are just a few ways to maximize the accessibility of your organic search presence. Christi Olson on January 18, 2019 Globally, it’s estimated that approximately 1.3 billion people live with some form of distance or near vision impairment. In the past, vision impairment may have … Continue reading How to make your content more accessible to the visually impaired
Identify where you are with your data practices and learn how to get to the next stage of your website analytics process. Jeffery Cheal on January 17, 2019 It can be intimidating to tackle the challenge of big data. While some tech-thinking companies have led the charge toward analytics, metrics and measurement, many companies are … Continue reading Crawl, walk, run and fly: The 4 stages of scaling website analytics
Hilary Coles — December 31, 2018 — December 31, 2018 kreatikar / Pixabay If you’ve ever been involved in the creation of a website, you’ve almost certainly heard someone refer to the “fold.” In fact, they likely revered it, exalting its importance to epic levels. Maybe you, too, emphasized the impact content has when it’s … Continue reading There is No Fold: Myth of the Scroll Below the Fold
Jon-Mikel Bailey — December 14, 2018 Follow @jonmikelbailey — December 14, 2018 We build lots of custom websites sites. Each of these starts with a lot of planning and a major part of this planning is the sitemap. The organizational structure and navigation system of your website can mean the difference between success and failure. … Continue reading Smart Sitemaps and Website Organization
Kris Spisak — November 7, 2018 Follow @MidloWeb — November 7, 2018 You know that understanding your target audience is an essential piece of building a powerful website, but targeting that audience is not just a consideration of the device being used. Age-responsive design takes User Experience (UX) to the next level. Video games fluctuate … Continue reading Time to Think Age-Responsive Design