As a newbie into the world of eCommerce, the challenges in setting up a store can seem overwhelming. After doing all of the work of research, finding products, and setting budgets, you still have to select how to create your website in a way that brings you the best results. The good news is, there are a lot of SaaS (software as a service) solutions that help you set-up a store while assisting you with features, functionality, and design. Then you are just left to decide the best fit for your business.
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But if you’re like me, you’ve got limited time each day and lots of ideas you want to implement. So you have to prioritize and choose which website changes you’ll spend your time on. Let’s dig into some UX studies to identify some site changes that have been proven to boost a website’s success.
As an SEO consultant, I sometimes get the impression that European companies have difficulties with understanding how they can exploit the SEO-potential of their websites. The reasons for this are hugely varied, but from a consultant’s perspective, there are a number of frequently-occuring problems that prevent webmasters from making their websites the best they can be.
The ability to control certain situations can motivate human action: people tend to evaluate the outcome of an action or process more positively if they were able to influence the action or process themselves.
After Facebook’s winter re-release of search ads, the social platform-turned-advertising-giant has recently expanded this option to more advertisers. In addition to the typical locations advertisers could place their ads, like the news feed and stories, this new option now allows ads to be generated as results right in Facebook’s search bar!
Nurture leads with actionable content that addresses their needs throughout the buyer’s journey.
Mobile first is now the name of the game in the online world. We’ll show you (and all those who have missed out on mobile SEO so far) why mobile friendly is important, and how to make your own website really mobile-ready.
What's important when developing a content strategy team? Content Director Katie McKenna of Portent shares her suggestions on how to start, build, or continue a successful content team.
Learn how to use Google SERP features to recapture lost organic search traffic in the increasingly competitive SERP environment.
When was the last time you read a text online and could not follow the content after just reading a few lines? You were probably a victim of poor readability. Today, we will show you how readability and SEO are connected and what you can do to make your text more understandable.
Content marketers still make a number of mistakes when it comes to successfully preparing and promoting their content. When your article doesn't drive traffic to your website or if nobody reacts to your post on Facebook, then you probably made one of the following six mistakes.
HTTP/2 can significantly improve your website’s page speed because it allows browsers to simultaneously process multiple requests over the same connection. In this article, learn how you can easily improve your site’s load speed with HTTP/2.