Let’s kick today off with one of the most important lessons I’ve learned the hard way after blogging for almost 7 years. This is something that I wish I had done earlier: How to build an email list Why it matters: Yep, that’s the most crucial aspect I ignored for a long time. Here’s why …
Website Tips and Tricks
If its website tips and tricks you’re looking for, this is the category for you whether your a beginner, intermediate or a seasoned pro!
If you are not using search engine optimization, or SEO, you are missing out on a lot of traffic from search engines. People naturally turn to Google, Bing, and other search engines whenever they need to find information. Having your site – and your products and services – appear on the first page of a …
Does your site get a good amount of traffic but you fail to turn these visitors into customers?
You might be doing things wrong or there might be things you are not doing right or you are not doing it at all.
The infographic featured here will help you learn how to increase your conversion rate in 9 different ways.
When you hear the phrase “creative website design” what do you envision? A website created using perfect typography and color schemes? Perhaps a minimalist wonder or striking imagery spring to mind? They’re all creative web designs, in truth, but what are the principles and ideas that make them so? Is it the art? Is it …
Perhaps one of the most daunting tasks when starting an online venture is generating niche website ideas, but this applies equally to content and design.
You’ll want to come up with good website ideas that will hook visitors. Then you’ll want to present them in a way that is appealing and keep those visitors returning.
So how should you go about brainstorming website ideas?
Let’s talk about how to launch a website.
Once you have your idea set, you have to take on the task of bringing the site into existence. In the past, this meant hiring a web designer. Nowadays, with new web building tech, you can handle much of the task yourself.
Provided you’re willing to put in some time to learn a few things outside your comfort zone, that is.
Whenever someone is important enough for you to want to draw them into the website you have made, you want to make a lasting first impression. According to an old article in Entrepreneur magazine, your visitors will get their first impression of your website design ideas within less than two-tenths of a second. Making your …
When it comes time to creating your perfect website, hardly anyone is doing anymore old-school HTML coding. Nowadays, professionals (and amateurs) are making use of the best website builder software to make sure that their finished product is of top-notch quality. Which type of website builders you decide to use will depend on your end …
There are a lot of reasons you might be considering buying a website.
To begin with, it probably already has a name and a following so it wouldn’t take much effort to publicize it.
It might also already have a good enough backlink profile which will make it more popular and authoritative than a lot of other sites in its niche.
In short, it would take less to make more people visit the site and earn more money at the same time.
You got into blogging or running a website because you were passionate about a topic or found it to be an easy and quick way to make money.
Now that your website has had some initial success, you may be thinking, “I want to sell my website.” Maybe you’ve realized your site is a cash cow and you want to cash out.
Whatever your reason for wanting to sell a website, it is possible, and it can be very lucrative. But you need to make sure you’ve taken the time to fully optimize your site and that you’re putting its best foot forward.
Web design has made some amazing strides over the years. A process that once required advanced coding knowledge and weeks of work can now be accomplished in the span of a few hours if you know which software to use and how to use it.
With the best WYSIWYG web builders, the power to create an awesome website has changed from the hands of the few to the domain of the masses.
Here’s how you can get started with WYSIWYG website builders.
If you’re like most, you fall into one of two categories. Either you started your website for fun and are now looking for a way to turn it into an income generator, or you started it with a business goal in mind but need a way to maximize your revenue. Either way, you’ll be looking …
There are scores of builders on the web, some widely known and adored, others key to a niche of developers and some that aren’t all that special. The industry is highly competitive, as we’ll be looking at the top four, WordPress, Squarespace, Wix, and Weebly.
All of these website builders offer extensive communities, control support, customer service templates, blogging, e-commerce features, and integrated developer supported plugins.
Who is the best, however?
Read our website builder reviews to find out!
Homestead is one of those web hosts that flies under-the-radar. They’ve been around for a long time, since 1996, but they’ve never made a big splash in the web space, and with stiff competition out there like Weebly, Wix, and Squarespace, you might be wondering if this service is even worth the time to consider. …
What is Yola? You’d be forgiven for not knowing (but I guess you do if you’re reading a yola review :-/) a thing about this service. Originally from Cape Town, South Africa, the web host set up shop in San Francisco in 2009, changing their name from SynthaSite and going through a complete rebranding to attract new users.
“Make a beautiful website.” You’ve probably heard Squarespace’s tagline on a video or podcast before. They’ve been around for a while, since 2004, but have made a strong marketing push over the past few years. Now they have plenty to show for it.
Ask just about any hipster under 35 what Squarespace is, and they’ll be able to tell you it’s a platform for building sites. They’re big enough now to afford Super Bowl ads starring Key & Peele:
Does being big, however, translate to offering a great product? Read our Squarespace review to find out!
Today, we’re going to do a review of WordPress and cover some of its pertinent features. Please note that we’re talking specifically about doing a self-hosted site with WordPress.org.
With any luck, after reading our WordPress review you’ll be able to draw a conclusion on whether or not it will work best for what you have in mind.
Having trouble choosing an e-commerce solution for your online store? Join the club. It’s one of the most challenging aspects of setting up a site. If you’re like many, you’ve seen or heard of a few services, wondering if they’re right for you. Today, we’re going to delve into the specifics of one such service, …
Chances are, you’ve heard of Weebly before.
It’s one of the older drag-and-drop website builders, having been in existence since 2006. In the span of ten years, they’ve built a large base of customers—more than 40 million.
The service has been lauded for its ease-of-use, features, and speed (when it comes to getting a site up and running).
But how do they stand up against all the new kids on the block?
Don’t republish, this was a zombie article. Maybe use for a guest post. Great digital marketing campaigns can only do so much, you need to implement the best checkout process design that you can to do the rest. Without a well-designed site or landing page, it is difficult to achieve the high conversion rate that …