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Monday, January 18, 2021

Ways to Avoid Broken Links in Your Websites

Many times it happens that multiple 404 pages appear when you are browsing your own website. This surely does not give a good impression to your visitors. Lifehacker contributor Brendan Hesse has shared a useful article on linking websites without the eventual broken links. Hesse says, “Have you ever been browsing an older website, only to find yourself face-to-face with a 404 error when you click on a link to a long-abandoned site? What about searching up an old bookmarked article only to find that it’s now stuck behind a paywall? These annoying scenarios will only get more common as old... [...]

‘Improve Your Website (And Sales) Immediately with CRO’ Webinar April 9 [Webinar]

The success of your website depends on the conversion rate it achieves. With right conversion rate optimization strategies you can increase your online sales. Hanapin Marketing is hosting a webinar on ‘Improve Your Website (And Sales) Immediately with CRO’ on Thursday, April 9, 2020 at 1.00 pm ET. The Hanapin team says, “Whether the current climate has customers flocking to your website, or you’ve had to cut back on PPC spend because of budget concerns – conversion rate optimization (CRO) can help improve your website. create a better experience for your users that benefits... [...]

‘The No-Nonsense Guide to Using the Right Colors’ – Kajabi Blog

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Andy says, “I’ll believe it when I see it.”We’ve heard the phrase a thousand times. And there’s good reason for it.” [Kajabi Blog] […]  [...]

‘Get A Website Design That Works’ by Albert Hallado

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Albert Hallado says, “Guys, when I got laid off 3 years ago my business website was there to the rescue, and ever since then, until now, my website continues to generate revenue”. [Albert Hallado’s Blog] […]  [...]

‘Business Website Design Mistakes’ by Albert Hallado

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Albert Hallado says, “First let me begin by saying that I am very grateful and I thank God for all the blessings. Business has been great and sales are up”. [Albert Hallado’s Blog] […]  [...]