People go to your website to do research on your company. One of the best ways to highlight the experience and value you bring to the table is through client testimonials. Testimonials show off how others have benefited from your product or service and help influence people into making buying decisions. We recommend placing testimonials
This is a guest post by Emma Miller of Bizzmark Blog. Search engine optimization (SEO) has nowadays become more mandatory for businesses rather than an optional marketing strategy. The main reason is that the online market has always been overcrowded and highly competitive, but it also continues to grow. Today, it becomes increasingly difficult to
Ditch the pretty and get a site that books! These are the slides that go with my talk at the Philadelphia Women’s Networking Connection September event. Strategic Web Design from barbaradilisio Additional Resources Strategy – Book your 1 hour strategy call today! Web Design – Learn more about our web design packages. Branding –
This is a guest post by Lexie Lu of Design Roast. We’re living in a time of information overload. Today’s consumer has millions of websites from which to choose, social media where they spend time and a thousand other things competing for their attention. They want a user experience that is fast, simple and
This is a guest post by Patrick Foster of Ecommerce Tips. Storytelling is the more creative, hippy cousin of rigid, targeted sales copy. Where the latter is direct, to-the-point, and purchase-driven, storytelling is indirect, emotionally-led, and focused on narrative. Storytelling is the rejuvenation your web copy needs to see real engagement and more sales. But
This is a guest post by designer Lexie Lu of Design Roast. A Call to Action (CTA) is an instruction to consumers that tells them exactly what to do. Maybe you’ve studied CTAs and know the importance of using them on your website and in your advertising, but getting CTAs to convert isn’t always that simple.
Unfortunately, the old adage, “If you build it, they will come” doesn’t apply to websites. If your not converting that traffic into customers, your site isn’t doing it’s job. If you’re having trouble turning visitors into customers, you may be guilty of one of these 13 reasons why people leave your website. 1. Your Site
As a small business owner, your website is one of the biggest marketing tools you have. Yet so many entrepreneurs don’t use their sites to their full potential and instead treat them like online “business cards”. A good website has the power to promote your services, generate leads and get you paid. Want a website
When planning your web design, the most important thing to keep in mind is your users. If you give your users what they want, they’ll fall in love with your site and with you! Here are 10 things people want to see on your website. Watch the video! 1. A Clear Explanation of What you
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