Have you checked your website speed? You may be missing out on high-quality traffic and engagement if your site is unable to load as quickly as users expect. Site speed is arguably the most crucial piece of your digital strategy.
Without a fast website, visitors tend to bounce off almost immediately, and Google is even penalizing sites that can’t load within 3 seconds. To that end, your site speed has a major effect on your SEO rankings for mobile and desktop. This is partially due to Google’s “mobile-first” policy, but it’s also about user experience and conversion rate optimization.
Slow websites get fewer conversions, experience higher bounce rates and do not have the same pages visited as faster-loading websites do. Studies show that people expect your site to load in 2 seconds. If your site partially loads or does not load at all during that time, you probably have already suffered some setbacks with your ranking.
However, there are ways to change your SEO fate and get back on the path towards digital domination. Read more
WordPress is one of the most popular CMS and website builders of all time. In fact, websites built with WordPress account for 26 percent of all sites on the web. Search engines also revealed that WordPress has 2,740,000 searches and counting every month!
So, if you have a WordPress site or want to build a new site using a WP theme, there are some best practices to consider that coincide with professional website design. You may be able to improve your website’s visibility, impact, functionality and mobile readiness just by looking into these factors.
These WordPress website design tips come from professional website designers and web developers who love this platform for building fast, beautiful sites for all types of brands.
When putting together a digital marketing strategy, web design should be one of the first things you consider. How will your navigation, messaging, forms and other elements stand out to potential customers? It’s all about the details when it comes to enticing a user to engage with your site. Read more
If your business doesn’t have a website no one will know about you. Everything is done on the web now.
Customers want online shopping options, online customer service available 24/7, and the ability to read about you and your company any time they want.
But, if you don’t know anything about websites, the idea of having one created can be overwhelming.
Did you know 57.7% of small to medium business owners intend to invest in a new or redesigned website?
There’s a high chance that you’re one of them. So how can you make sure you make an investment that will last?
Have an impact?
Create the ultimate online user experience?
We’ve got you covered. Here are the top 2018 web design trends to create a killer design sure to be ahead of the curve. Read more
You’ve decided you need a website. You hired the best agency ever. (I might be slightly biased.) Now what? It’s not as simple as you might think.
Some people are surprised to learn that there’s a whole checklist of assets and information that your new web development company will need from you before they can begin designing your new website. Communication is key to the success of any project, but particularly during a full redesign, since failure to deliver any one of the items below could delay your project indefinitely. Read more
Having your website hacked is something that the majority of small to medium-sized businesses never really think much about until it happens. Then, at that point, it is completely overwhelming, because there is no plan in place for addressing this type of situation – which is compounded by the effect that a hacked website can have on your business, reputation, and customer trust. Read more