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.
Wait! Don't go! I know you saw "HTML" in the title of this blog post and considered skipping it entirely, but give it a chance. As marketers, we often get overwhelmed by the various skills we need to acquire in a modern marketing world.
One page websites are really popular these days and if you are interested in them, you probably noticed how creative they can be. The challenge in designing such websites is to make sure that all the valuable information is presented in an eye-catchy way and user experience is more pleasant than ever. So here is an awesome collection of single page or one page website templates.
When we talk about social networking, there is always one social network that gets left off the list. With one of the largest networks in the world, and with over 20% of all websites run on this gigantic social network we need to change that.
The social network in question is WordPress. For those familiar with WordPress, this is not a stretch. As a blogging platform, comment threads, user roles, and content are at the core of WordPress. However, with some of the amazing plugins and themes that we will be discussing here, WordPress can be a much more dynamic social network than most people give it credit for.
Let’s change that today. Below you will find tips to help you better understand how to use WordPress as a social network. Also you will learn how to create your own social network through the amazing array of tools available at your disposal.
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.
The favicon of your site is one of the first things your visitors see. Does it work on iPhone, iPad or Android devices?
RealFaviconGenerator is an online tool to generate all favicon files and HTML code. In addition, it also helps you enforce the guidelines of the various platforms. For example, it lets you add an opaque background to your original picture to follow Apple requirements for iOS (Apple doesn't like transparent icons).
So you’ve built a landing page. Is it converting like you’d hoped it would? Do you think it could be more effective? It could. No matter how long you’ve had a landing page, there’s always room for improvement.
Responsive design is being increasingly touted as the gold-standard for making hitherto desktop-only websites accessible to a wide range of mobile and tablet devices. But is it always the answer to engaging users on every mobile screen? And more importantly, is it the right solution no matter what your business goal, budget, and user-need are?
Responsive design is a technique in which the same HTML code is delivered to each device, but tweaks to CSS (which determines the layout of a web page) allow it to adjust to the screen’s form factor.