In just a matter of weeks, 2013 will draw to a close and we’ll be on our way to a new year. With a new year comes lots of opportunity for change and growth, and you will need a solid website that will help your business reach its fullest potential next year.
While you may not be able to do a complete website overhaul before the end of the year, you can certainly make some changes that will make your website more effective.
Google announce the Universal Analytics as a new version of the Google Analytics in October 2012. In Universal Analytics Google have introduced some great features that can help you to get a great understanding of how your website got interacted by Visitors and also have introduced 3 new tracking code versions. Analytics.js for websites tracking, Google Analytics SDK’s to track mobile applications andMeasurement Protocol to track digital devices such as games. Whereas Classic Google Analytics only allow you to track a website using ga.js tracking code.
Inbound marketing is all about positioning your company in the right place, at the right time. If you can make it into that context, your next task is to provide the right information to the people you're reaching.
Calls to action are a critical part of this inbound information process - in this post, we're going to talk about how you can create and display them on a Joomla site.
Brian Yanish - MarketingHits.com's insight:
Good article about adding Call to Action within a Joomla site.
What's the main reason for responsive design of your web?
Visitors are going to see your sites from an increasing number of devices and browsers, including netbooks, tablets and mobile browsers.. This made the website developers to design a responsive website that can be accessed from any smartphone and any mobile device in the future.
The main reason is simple: It is estimated that mobile web browsing will surpass desktop internet browsing by 2015.
For website designers, the inherent problem of being creative and exploring new possibilities often seems in conflict with sticking to the tried and true website design techniques of creating simple, intuitive navigation.
Imagine that you have just written a post on your blog, tweeted about it and watched it get retweeted by some popular Twitter users, sending hundreds of people to your blog at once. Your excitement at seeing so many visitors talk about your post turns to dismay as they start to tweet that your website is down — a database connection error is shown.
Or perhaps you have been working hard to generate interest in your startup. One day, out of the blue, a celebrity tweets about how much they love your product. The person’s followers all seem to click at once, and many of them find that the domain isn’t responding, or when they try to sign up for the trial, the page times out. Despite your apologies on Twitter, many of the visitors move on with their day, and you lose much of the momentum of that initial tweet.
Did you know that the design and layout of an e-commerce can impact sales? Of course you did. But, do you know why the design of a retailer’s website such a big deal? For starters, it’s the first impression that consumers have of your company.
Social media has not only created a completely new medium for discovering content, it is also transforming how the traditional information sources aka search engines, are delivering content to us.
Recent research suggests that social sharing has now become the number one driver for SEO rank. In other words, Google and Bing are monitoring the social sharing activity for each site and are assigning substantial weight on that activity to determine the search rank.
The formula to create eye catching and business generating websites is quite similar. However, the recipe to design an E-Commerce Website may be a little different from other traditional methods of designing websites.
On the Internet today, there’s a “need for speed.” Customer behavior is one thing; online behavior for every customer is totally something else. The speed at which a website loads is the moment of truth.
A great website design can be a powerful tool for establishing a brand. In the hotel and travel business, a website gives the chance to present the services and atmosphere that is being offered to the target group.