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30 Website Improvements You Can Make Today

30 website improvements you can make today

Could your website use some improvement? If you’re not converting enough users, if people are exiting your site at a high rate, or if your web design is just outdated, it’s up to you to make the necessary changes. Improving your website doesn’t have to be a massive overtaking that drags on for weeks. You can make some small but noticeable changes to your website today and enjoy the increased conversions your efforts will earn. So, pull up a chair, get comfortable, and decide which of the following 30 website improvements you want to tackle today. Your customers will thank …

What to Include on a Small Business Website Contact Us Page

Small business websites have a reputation for being outdated and not offering complete information. Don’t let that happen to your website! Having a modern, informative website can help put your business at the forefront of your industry. A major part of having a great website is being accessible and providing convenient ways for your customers to contact you. Here’s what you should include on a small business website contact page to ensure you’re making your business accessible to customers. What to Include on a Small Business Website Contact Us Page 1. Your phone number Your business phone number is usually …

The Complete Inbound Marketing Website Checklist

Inbound marketing is what you’ll need to focus on to get your website noticed by your target audience and begin converting them into customers. Start concentrating your efforts on inbound marketing from the start to ensure you don’t waste time sending the wrong people to your website. Here’s an inbound marketing website checklist you can use to evaluate your website’s needs and weak areas. The Complete Inbound Marketing Website Checklist A. Understanding inbound marketing A working understanding of the goals of inbound marketing is important if you want to get it right! Inbound marketing is any marketing method you use …

10 Reasons People Leave Your Website

10 reasons people leave your website

Having trouble keeping people on your website? It’s a common problem, and a quick look at your website’s bounce or exit rate can be a sobering wake up call. In order to get more conversions and signups, you need to keep people on your site longer. The first step of action to take? Find out why people are leaving your website so you can make the appropriate changes. For example, if you’re writing great content but no one is reading it, you might be able to trace the problem back to a bad content organization structure on your website that …

3 Common Website Features Users Hate

common website features users hate

As a business owner with a website, you get to see the best of both worlds: You browse the web both as a user and as a creator. That gives you some unique insight, and you probably think about the features and web design of every business website you come across. Some features annoy users more than others, and in the marketing world, some of these annoying website features are still encouraged when they should be blacklisted. We will outline the 3 common website features users hate and talk about why each one comes off as abrasive or annoying to …

The 5 Most Valuable Website Metrics to Measure

There are a plethora of free and paid tools available that allow you to track the analytics and metrics related to your website and content marketing efforts. Every tool offers similar information, although some require you to pay more for certain features. Using a web analytics tool to measure and track your progress online can be overwhelming. There are so many metrics to measure—how do you know which ones are the most important? Which metrics reveal the bottom line? We use Google Analytics to follow our website and content marketing efforts, but any tool you decide to use will be fine.  …

How to Maintain an Up to Date Website

After you get your website built and it goes live, the job isn’t done. Of course, marketing becomes a priority, but you should also make sure your website stays up-to-date. Here are some of the things you need to keep an eye on. Broken Links Sometimes, you create content and link to an outside source. Then, that source takes down the page or moves it to a new destination. When this happens, you end up with a broken link, which makes you look bad. Part of keeping an up-to-date website is taking care of broken links. If you use WordPress, …

The Best Places to Check Your Website Speed

check website speed

Your website speed is an important component of your site’s SEO. Google crawls billions of websites, penalizing those that take too long to load or score poorly on page loading speed tests. If your website isn’t optimized, you could be penalizing your search rank without knowing it and losing customers. We found the best places to check your website speed online for free. Use any of the websites below to find out how your site is doing so you can make the necessary changes to optimize your website. The Best Places to Check Your Website Speed 1. Pingdom Pingdom offers server, …

Writing Too Much About This Topic Will Devastate Your Blog

blog topics

Running a blog for your business? That’s great! It means you understand the necessity of providing good, original content for your visitors, viewers, and customers. But not every topic deserves to be featured often on your blog. One of the worst mistakes we see business bloggers making is writing too much self-promotional content for their blog. Why is this a mistake? Promotional content about your business is self-serving. It doesn’t answer your customers’ questions (not counting FAQ posts, of course)–it just ‘promotes’ your business, attempts to sell your product, and features a lot of “we/our” language. For example, a promotional …

When Do I Need Dedicated Server Hosting?

If your business is serious and is planning growth, you need dedicated server hosting. With VPS or shared hosting, your account is only one of many on the same server.  Your resources are depleted and your security is fragmented. You’re unable to respond to high volumes of website traffic, rendering your marketing and advertising campaigns useless. However, with dedicated server hosting, you don’t share resources or space with anyone else. The server is dedicated to your account only, freeing up what would otherwise be shared with other businesses. You can fully secure your data. You can handle high volumes of traffic. …

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