|May 13, 2014|
|Is your site ready for the fastest growing group of Internet users?|
|By Jim Connolly|
In this article, I'm going to share maybe the fastest way to improve the results you get from your website or blog. I'm also going to share 2 great, free tools with you.
First, I need to ask you a question: How does your blog or website look on a mobile device?
Many of your prospective clients or customers will be accessing your site using phones or tablets. That number is set to rise, as PC sales drop and mobile devices increase in popularity. If your site is deliberately designed for mobile devices, that's fine. However, if it isn't, a poor mobile experience will cost you a fortune in lost client inquiries or sales.
Here are 2 useful, free tools to help you get it right. [...]
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|How to Create and Run a Successful Website|
You might think I'm about to launch into a thinly veiled sales pitch for professional copywriting services well I'm not. In fact this post has nothing to do with copywriting at all.
There's more to a successful website that it's content (although that is a very big piece of the puzzle).
In fact, there's one mistake companies make over and over again.
You see it on a huge scale.
Want to know what it is?
They try too hard to be pretty.
Function over form
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