Category Archives: Web Development & Design

Creating an Amazing About Page



When it comes to your business, you have a group of people who are loyal customers to your business. Of course, on the other hand, there is also a group of people who will never be your customers because they just are not a good fit for you. In the middle of this, however, is a group of people who are not sure whether they want to buy what you are selling. They are on the fence. Your About page can make all of the difference. Your About page is the foundation of your website in many ways.

10 Simple Strategies for Decreasing Your Bounce Rate



The bounce rate for your website is the percentage of people who visit your site and then leave without clicking to any other location.   They are single-page visitors and then they “bounce” right off your site.

7 Ways to Enhance Your WordPress Site in 2016



Content Management System WordPress has made every online business more successful due to its ease of use. This CMS is simple and effortless to navigate for audiences which can be updated without any trouble or effort. 2016 has come up with many exciting features of WordPress. If you are willing to enhance your WordPress site, then following this article can make your time useful.

The Effect Color Will Have on Your Visitor



When designing your website, you want to use color to inspire a certain mood within your visitor. You can inspire a certain psychological response by merely leveraging the use of different colors and images. The use of color have been proven to be an outstanding leveraging tool, especially when combined with interesting and useful content.

A Must-Do Checklist for Website Maintenance



A website or blog, like anything, needs periodical check-ups and maintenance.  You cannot build a website and expect it to run smoothly and efficiently on its own forever.  A website’s environment is constantly changing and evolving and you must ensure that your website does as well. 

11 Tips to Picking a Good Domain Name



A consistent question for new business owners and the most common misperception that persists even three years after it has been rendered irrelevant by Google is "Should I pick an SEO name for my web address?"

10 Primary Pages of a Profitable Website



Making a good living online can be a daunting task but certainly not impossible.  To accomplish this goal you need a strong foundation, which in this case would be a well-structured, productive website.  A website should be designed to suit your business purpose and to draw in and capture your target market.   There are many elements to consider when planning your website.

Latest Trends in Web Design



Halfway through 2015, one may look back on the evolution of professional web design and feel nostalgia and hope for what's coming next. Design-wise, everything is going through a continuous, fast-paced change.

A 15 Point Checklist for More Profitable Product Pages



The product pages of your website are your showroom and they must be displayed properly to achieve maximum results.  This does not mean that all product pages should look alike.  There are many ways to be creative yet effective. 

10 Reasons You Should Be Using Google Analytics



Owning an online business entails more than just putting up a pretty website.  Besides social media, marketing and promoting, you need to learn the inner structure of your website and how well it is accomplishing its purpose.  This means you need to know the details of what people do when they visit your site, how long they stay and which pages interest them the most.

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