Graham Jones — June 8, 2017 Follow @grahamjones— June 8, 2017 StartupStockPhotos / Pixabay When you land on a web page you instantly see what type of website is being presented. You will notice, within fractions of a second, whether it is serious, or fun. You can see whether it is simple or complex. You … Continue reading Is Your Website Personality Attractive Enough?
Annaliese Henwood — June 7, 2017 Follow @MktgInnovator— June 7, 2017 You’re on social media because, among other possible reasons, you want to drive visitors to your business website. It’s a good goal, and social media outreach is a handy technique for it. It’s all a matter of how you do it. Social media is … Continue reading How to Increase Website Traffic Using Social Media Outreach
Kyle James — June 5, 2017 — June 5, 2017 Redesigning a corporate website has become an item that most businesses feel is a necessary evil every few years. It sucks months away from the marketing team and by the time it’s finally launched it’s not uncommon for internal stakeholders to already be tired of … Continue reading Who in Your Organization Should Be Involved in Your Next Website Redesign?
LB Wales IV — June 4, 2017 Follow @lbwalesiv— June 4, 2017 B2B marketers have greater challenges than their e-commerce counterparts when it comes to figuring out the optimal online experience. While e-commerce marketers have been striving to make their websites match their in-store experiences, most B2B marketers don’t have the benefit of such a … Continue reading B2B Marketers: Why Your Website Is Like a Bad Conversation at a Trade Show Booth
Ryan Burgio — June 2, 2017 — June 2, 2017 With every B2B website project, we’re inevitably asked the same question by every client: Should we enable comments on our B2B website? The short answer is NO. The long answer is NOOOOO! Why? Why would you want to shut down discussion on that amazing blog … Continue reading Disable the Comments on Your B2B Website
Ashley Hill — May 31, 2017 — May 31, 2017 Some website redesign projects I’ve worked on in the past only launch when the site is ‘perfect.’ Every feature has been built and implemented, every page triple checked for content changes and an accompanying call to action. Plus everyone in the company has essentially signed … Continue reading The Benefits Of Launching Your New Website Before It’s Perfect
Ollie Reardon — May 31, 2017 — May 31, 2017 To help search engines such as Google or Duckduckgo to get a better understanding of the content you have displayed on your website, you can use “Structured Data”. Structured Data is a list of details about the web page, that isn’t rendered on the actual … Continue reading Are You Missing Structured Data on Your Website?
Michael Bellina — May 30, 2017 Follow @MigmanMedia— May 30, 2017 In the past, I’ve talked about using video as part of your marketing plan. I want to take it a step further and talk about how you can use video to increase conversions. Not just any video but specific types that explain and instruct … Continue reading Use Video…Good Video On Your Website For Better Conversions
Craig Murphy — May 30, 2017 — May 30, 2017 Take a look around the web for ways to build a website and you’ll find a slew of platforms, agencies and freelancers in all corners of the globe ready to help you get started. That doesn’t mean it will be easy to choose. “Kid” and … Continue reading How You Can Benefit From PHP Website Development
Aashish Sharma — May 30, 2017 Follow @ineedseo— May 30, 2017 When it comes to recruiting a new employee, there are a number of options available to you, and of course, they will depend on a number of factors, including the position, industry, and size of your business. Regardless of the recruitment method used, we … Continue reading Recruiting Via Your Website: 6 Golden Rules to Build Your Career Page