Low performing websites can hurt a business/organization. No matter how much visits you get to your website, you wont be able to make more sales, sign ups, or leads out of it. Today we'll talk about some problem areas for websites performing below average and some simple solutions that you can implement by yourself. 1.
It's Friday night. We're deciding where to go eat out. My friend Denny pulls out his iPhone and starts searching for a restaurant. Having a smart phone now means that one can search for and find whatever you want, anytime. What's even better is that the search result is organized in a way that local
Website redesign is a very important period in the life of your website. Just like any other major decision you'll make, the decision to redesign your website will affect your business or organization for the next months or even years. So it's good to get it right the first time. In this post, I'd like
With more and more businesses going online, getting users to your website is increasingly becoming important. If users are not coming to your website, then they are probably landing on your competitors' websites. getting users to visit your website is no easy task but there are steps you can take to increase traffic to your
WordPress is easily the most popular and free blogging software out there. One of its main strengths is the ability to add features to it by adding mini-programs called plugins. Having a worldwide following of users and developers, WordPress is able to stay current thanks to the developers of these plugins who develop features for
It's a new year and you've probably reviewed last year and came up with plans for the year for your business. Looking back, has your website contributed to the success of your business? If you're like most website owners, the answer may be 'not sure', or 'not at all'. You see, the sad fact is
A website running slowly can cost a business in several ways. Visitors coming to your website may not be patient enough to wait for the page to load so that they can learn about what you're offering. 65% of users will not return to a slowly loading website and this could directly affect your business.