The reality is that along with bricks and mortar, online marketing and e-commerce have changed the way people interact with products and services.
Anyone who has built a website in recent years has surely heard the term responsive design. The idea that modern websites need to display properly on a broad range of devices and screen sizes is widespread and a very important aspect of website design.
There’s no question that your business needs an online presence that’s tailored to mobile devices. There is a question, however, of whether you should deliver that presence to users through a mobile-friendly website
If you have a website, providing contact information to prospects and customers is a basic requirement. Companies who make it difficult or hide contact information can count on losing
Ever wonder why a particular song is so appealing? We can recall our favorites quite easily—wherever we are, whatever we’re doing. The lyrics and melody are always there, right beneath the surface, coming forward when we’re in a particular mood.
Building websites is getting easier for non-programmers. There are currently several hosted solutions such as SquareSpace, Weebly, Wix, and 1&1.
Surprising as it may sound, there are still a large number of companies that do not have websites. Whether you already have a site or are looking to move your site to something that is easier to manage, you have probably heard about WordPress
WordPress started as an open source project back in 2003. Since that time, what began as a simple blogging tool has become a full-blown self-hosted content management system used by millions worldwide. Why has WordPress become so popular?
According to Alexa†, Tractorsupply.com is ranked #2449 in the U.S. and 13,989 globally. The site has a bounce rate of just under 24%, gets 5.09 page views per visitor who spend an average of 4:27 minutes on the site.
This restaurant supply e-commerce site sits in the top 2000 U.S. sites, with a low bounce rate of 38%. Their high traffic ratings may be in part a result of the large number of restaurants in the US – over 616,000 as of January 2013**
According to Alexa†, the well-known “ideas worth spreading” Ted.com brand is ranked #650 in the U.S. and 860 globally. The site has a bounce rate of just under 50%, gets 2.61 pages views per visitor who spend an average of 4:10 minutes on the site.
I’ve been exploring Alexa.com in order to explore web design and messaging strategies. Using Alexa’s “Browse Top Sites” button is an extremely efficient way to explore popular website designs.
I recently wrote a post directing people to Alexa.com in order to explore web design and messaging strategies. Using Alexa’s “Browse Top Sites” button is an extremely efficient way to explore popular website designs.
Alexa.com is a great place to explore web design and messaging strategies. Using Alexa’s “Browse Top Sites” button is an extremely efficient way to explore popular website designs.
Advances in coding, graphic design and content development have led to the marketing pendulum swinging towards the importance of creativity in web design.
If your organization’s sales and marketing efforts have an online component, looking at website analytics is probably a regular activity.