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Optimizing for mobile commerce can end up helping you close a lot of these sales cycles a lot quicker, and add to your bottom line. So where do you start?

Website design is much more than the visual look and feel. Proper content is the foundation for a powerful website, and centering your design around content is the ideal strategy to adopt for an effective website. 

If you're putting out content for your customers, it's important that they connect and feel invested with what you're saying. However, as a business, it can be difficult to decipher what types of posts are going to attract a larger audience. Learn how to use words to help people connect and appreciate what you're publishing. 

Your website is the first impression that you make to prospects and clients. Because of this, you should be aware of changes in the marketplace to ensure your website is up-to-date and take advantage of current best practices. This is not to say that you need to redesign your site every year, but an annual spring cleaning may be in order. 

It's the heart of winter. Love is in the air. It's a perfect time to fall in love with your...website? Here's 5 ways to get customers to fall in love with your website. 

A blog isn't just something to air personal grievances. It's a big benefit for businesses. Read about how to get started and the benefits of being an active blogger. 

The Internet is a big place and it's important to stand out. Having a clean, functioning and informative website is crucial to turn those clicks into clients. 

What exactly makes a website great? Quality features, good design, and a lot of fun. Here is a recap of our Top 10 Website Designs of 2015.  

 Do you feel like your business is beginning to get "stale"? Do you want to generate some excitement, and get a refresh? Maybe it's time to consider a re-brand. 

Do you use Adobe Flash for your online advertising or website videos? We've got a major change that might affect the way your media is being seen on the web. 

Google's Mobile-friendly update has left many business owners scrambling for solutions to their website issues. Here's some tips to navigate those treacherous waters. 

 Is your website primed for the future of search? In this infographic, we'll detail the importance of investing in the customer experience on your website with UX.

Is your website vulnerable to the Google Snack Pack Update? Click here to learn more.

What makes a good website? What's going to keep people engaged? We've got some answers for your business

Do you get frustrated with non-responsive websites on your mobile device or tablet? Don't be one of those sites! Google provides easy to use tools to check if your website is mobile-friendly. 

Is your website optimized for customers at different stages of the buying cycle?

Google has recently rolled out another round of "refreshes" in the way your website appears in its searches. Does this recent round affects you?

Where do people go when they leave your website site? A visitor can "bounce" from your site in many different ways: by selecting a link to a page on a different site, clicking the "back" button in the web browser to leave your site, closing an open window or tab, typing in a new URL, or experiencing a session timeout.

A few years back, ICANN (the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) decided to open up the top-level domain registry to include branded domain extensions. With over 400 newly approved options, and thousands more on the way, business owners can now own their web address of choice with a .photography, .guru, or .lawyer extension should the coveted .com already be taken. But is it worth it?

Getting visitors to choose your site over the competition's is no easy feat, so why wouldn't you try your hardest to keep their attention once they've arrived? However, even the most well-intentioned people make mistakes. In order to prevent you from accidentally upping your bounce rate, we've put together a list of some of the most common mistakes to avoid when creating and updating your web presence.


Categories: Web Design

There's a long standing debate in the web design community over the use of stock imagery on websites. Opponents argue that stock photos are overused and noticeably staged, while supporters reason that not every business can afford the original high-quality photos that the web economy demands.


Categories: Web Design