|June 11, 2014|
|5 warning signs that your website sucks|
|By Tim Peter|
Does your website suck? I'm not asking to be mean. Really. Building a website that meets the needs of your business and your customers is a tricky balancing act. You want to project a robust, yet friendly brand. You want to make sure the site is usable, but also good looking. You want to promote your company without getting in your customers' way. You need to represent the needs of disparate internal stakeholders, but you don't want to drive the design and functionality based on your org chart. And, of course, you want it to look world-class without breaking your budget. Sounds simple, right? Well… not really. While no one set of tips and tricks guarantees a perfect site designed to achieve an optimal balance among these disparate demands, a few best practices can ensure your site works well in most cases. Let's take a look. [...]
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|Is your site ready for the fastest growing group of Internet users?|
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, [...]
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High street retailers have a major advantage over their online competitors; their customers can see, feel and touch their products and talk to someone about them there and then.
In the world of Internet retail, there are no roaming sales people to have a chat with and no product displays that you can interact with to get a feel [...]
|The vast majority of digital marketing seems to be focused on creating content and experiences for customers with the ultimate measure of success being increased traffic to the company website, leading to leads and sales. It's a [...]|
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