Ensuring that your new website lives up to expectations can often be difficult. Focus too heavily on the wrong things and it can quickly get away from you.
If you are anything like I am (a secret gamer) and you've got a need for speed, then your best bet for fast internet speeds is going to be in South Korea.
When you begin planning a new website for your business, one of the first considerations that will come to mind is whether you want to build a mobile application for users to download in addition to your mobile website. A few thoughts.
It's going to be really hard to capture high-quality leads from your website without conversion forms. And by understanding the elements of a well optimised conversion path, you would realise that forms work best when placed on page with an offer or opportunity which visitors simply can't forget.
You have a website and you work hard to attract visitors. You have focused on optimizing the site for search engines, written a hundred blogs and use social networks for promotion all while ensuring that you have quality content on your site. Now you just need to make sure the user experience doesn't suck.
There are times when I've been able to assist clients in writing new content or freshen up existing content for their website, however in many cases you should hire a professional.
At the end of the day, the iPhone 6 Plus is too big for everyone to love it, but it's Apple's best phone to date and provides some real noticeable improvements for web browsing.
Content is the cost of business. And new content smells good to users and Google.
A new logo is meant to symbolize a renewed sense of purpose and progress and I think they have achieved this. This change should motivate employees, however logos are more importantly, meant to create a brand identity for customers.
By now you must agree, the hamburger icon is a classic. Even if you do not necessarily know it by that name, its three black bars, stacking upon each other are as familiar as your mouse's cursor...