Signing your first (or most recent) SEO contract can be really exciting. You are pumped because your optimization specialist is going to rock your website, you will see increased visits and conversions, and your business is about to thrive on the web.
The world is going mobile and everyone knows it...Almost. Businesses are lagging behind mainly because they don't know how to properly utilize mobile and don't know the options available. We will cover the different types of mobile websites and their cost.
Keeping your website fresh is important but if you aren't aware of a few basic things, you may end up worse off by redesigning. Check out list of 5 things to consider when redesigning your website. There's obviously a lot more but these will make you think.
Here's the deal. Before you start to drive traffic to your website using pay per click, advertising, direct mail, seo, or anything else, you should really factor in how well your website converts or you are just losing the numbers game.
There are many factors that go into an effectively designed website. While content is an important factor in web, if your users are relating to your company or can't find information on your website, you aren't going to convert users to customers. In order to do that a website design needs to get a few points across.
Google Website Optimizer has been a well-loved and heavily-used tool by everyone, from folks just starting out in conversion rate optimization to old pros. Its closure will surely be missed, especially with some major functionality missing from Google Analytics split testing.