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Tuesday, January 26, 2021

Archive for the 'Website Development and Testing' Category

‘4 Steps to Ensure Your Website Attracts Your Ideal Customer’ – ‘Business 2 Community’ Article

The latest article on ‘Business 2 Community’ is titled “4 Steps to Ensure Your Website Attracts Your Ideal Customer”. Trent Dyrsmid says, “Do you have a website, but no website visitors? How can you get more ideal customers by attracting them to your website? In the past, business owners focused on getting customers to come to their physical store to shop. Their customers were typically located nearby and had limited choices. Today, you must understand how to target and reach the right potential customers across the internet. Once a potential customer chooses to visit your... [...]

‘Use the C.L.I.C.K. System to Assess Your Website’ – ‘Website Magazine’ Article

The latest article on ‘Website Magazine’ is titled “Use the C.L.I.C.K. System to Assess Your Website”. Graham Jones says, “There is a lot we still need to discover about the way people interact with Web pages, but one thing we know for sure is that they do not spend long assessing each page they land on. Indeed, research suggests that the initial decision as to whether to stay or click away to another site is made within the first second of seeing a website. In the real world, whether you sell products or services, you have plenty of time to engage your potential customer. You can... [...]

‘Do You Want Your Website To Tell a Better Story?’ – ‘Copyblogger’ Blog

The latest post on ‘Copyblogger’ Blog is titled “Do You Want Your Website To Tell a Better Story?”. Jerod Morris says, “
Paralyzed. That’s how you feel some of the time, maybe a lot of time, when you sit down todeliver your message to your audience. How do I know? Because it’s how I feel some of the time (okay, a lot of time) too. You want to tell a story. I want to tell a story. But so often when we tell stories on the Internet, our words have to do all the heavy lifting. That’s pressure“. Do You Want Your Website To Tell a Better Story? ‘Copyblogger’ Blog  [...]

‘Clean Up the Crawl Errors on Your Sites’ by Shawn Collins

Shawn Collins’ latest blog post is titled “Clean Up the Crawl Errors on Your Sites”. Collins Says, “I was looking at my Google Webmaster Tools account a while back for my blog, and I had an awful number of crawl errors, also known as 404 errors, where there is a file not found on a site.   In my defense, my blog was started in 2004 and I’ve used multiple platforms over the year, which resulted in many directory setups, file extensions, etc.   At the end of last month, I had over 900 crawl errors on my blog, and I set up a reminder to tackle them. But I have been putting... [...]

‘6 Signs It’s Time to Redesign Your Website’ – ‘Business 2 Community’ Article

The latest article on ‘Business 2 Community’ is titled “6 Signs It’s Time to Redesign Your Website”. Spencer Frandsen says, “Your website is the focal point of your online presence, so you want to make sure everything is looking tidy, eye-catching and modern. Think of it like preparing yourself for a first date! Perhaps you have been contemplating freshening up your website and giving it a virtual makeover (after all, why would you be looking at this article?). If so, then look at the below signs that suggest a redesign is needed: Your Website is Stuck in the 90’s Well... [...]

‘5 Web Design Blunders’ – ‘Website Magazine’ Article

The latest article on ‘Website Magazine’ is titled “5 Web Design Blunders”. Allison Howen says, “A website is the digital face of an online business, which makes it very important that a brand’s site leaves a good impression with its visitors. Much too often, however, these important digital properties contain design blunders. While some of these blunders are simply annoying to frequent Web surfers, other blunders can actually disrupt the user experience and result in lost customers and revenue. Avoid making these mistakes on your site, by learning more about five of the top... [...]

Reminder- ‘How Many Columns Should I Use? New research suggests the best column layouts marketers should use for their pages’ MarketingExperiments Webinar 4.00 pm EST

MarketingExperiments is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, January 22 at 4.00 pm EST. The topic of the webinar is “How Many Columns Should I Use? New research suggests the best column layouts marketers should use for their pages”. MarketingExperiments team says, “Think for a few seconds about a page or email you manage. How many columns does it have? Do you know whether that is the optimal number? If you do know, have you tested it? What if you could improve the performance of the piece by adding or removing columns? In our next clinic, we’ll be drawing on about 15 years of research on... [...]

‘How Many Columns Should I Use? New research suggests the best column layouts marketers should use for their pages’ MarketingExperiments Webinar January 22

MarketingExperiments is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, January 22 at 4.00 pm EST. The topic of the webinar is “How Many Columns Should I Use? New research suggests the best column layouts marketers should use for their pages”. MarketingExperiments team says, “Think for a few seconds about a page or email you manage. How many columns does it have? Do you know whether that is the optimal number? If you do know, have you tested it? What if you could improve the performance of the piece by adding or removing columns? In our next clinic, we’ll be drawing on about 15 years of research on... [...]

’18 pivotal web design trends for 2014′ – ‘Econsultancy’ Blog

The latest ‘Econsultancy’ blog post is titled “18 pivotal web design trends for 2014”. Chris Lake says, “What web design trends do you think we’ll see in 2014? I’m betting on more simplicity, more cleanliness, and more focus on smaller screen sizes, among other things. This collection is largely based on observation, vaguely educated guesswork, waving a finger in the air, and a bunch of other posts I’ve compiled in recent months. As such, some of these predictions may be more accurate than others! No doubt I have missed all manner of trends, so do... [...]

Get your new website built for you #ad

James Lance builds marketing websites for people who don’t have the time or skill to build their own. He has four offers running on the Warrior Forum for website development, similar offers but each with a bit of a twist: You are getting one (or more) Amazon affiliate sites developed on the WordPress platform, complete with theme and plugins. >: All In One Niche Package. His best package gives you an attractive site optimized to bring you click-throughs to Amazon, where you will earn commissions >: The Long Tail Niche Package. He researches niches to find a long-tail sub-niche that... [...]