Category: Design/Development

5 Landing Page Mistakes That Will Murder the Conversion Rate

Posted by Obaidul Haque - September 13, 2011 - Design/Development

A landing page provides you a quick solution to accurately measure the ROI. If you are running an advertising campaign, a landing page helps you to track the exact number of visitors that a particular campaign sends you. In addition, you can also easily calculate the rate of conversion by using the right tools. Landing […]

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31 Web Design Mistakes That Will Ruin Your Chances of Success

Posted by Obaidul Haque - August 18, 2011 - Design/Development

It’s not possible to completely avoid mistakes. Whether you are designing a blog or a website, you can easily commit a wide range of design errors. Making mistakes may be common. But rectifying those errors is very uncommon. Many times, people don’t even have an idea where they are going wrong. What’s important is that […]

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8 Things to Customize on Your Premium Blog Theme

Posted by Mark Thompson - July 18, 2011 - Blogging, Design/Development

Although many themes tell you they are ready to go right out of the box, there are usually still a few basic things to tweak. Here are eight of the common items that usually need to be fixed on premium blog themes. 1. Your Affiliate Link in the Credits Let’s start with some quick and […]

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5 Website Fixes You NEED To Make

Posted by Robert Bellarmine - June 29, 2011 - Design/Development, SEO

A great deal of small business owners has created a website just because others have recommended it. They do not even promote it thinking that customers will find them amidst the millions of others out there.  This can be due to the fact that many small business owners like the necessary knowledge when it comes […]

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6 Ways to Get Better Website Performance

Posted by Jack White - May 26, 2011 - Design/Development

There are thousands of ways to improve a website’s performance or load time. But all can be categorized in mainly three areas: Server side scripting like Java, Python and PHP, hardware of your hosting server and front end performance which includes HTML, CSS, JavaScript and Images used in your website. First two can be expensive […]

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Dos and Don’ts of A/B testing

Posted by Kevin Harris - May 25, 2011 - Design/Development

Even if your company’s website is perfectly fine and you are getting traffic and have a high page ranking, you may want to test the waters and see if you can improve your website’s statistics. The best way to do this is to do A/B testing. A/B testing lets you know if a different version […]

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Creating Link Worthy Content for Any Industry

Posted by Kristi Hines - March 23, 2011 - Design/Development

With content development and marketing being the most talked about topic when it comes to new ways to engage both visitors and search engines with your site, there is one big question many business owners will have. What kind of content can my business create? And depending on the type of business and their industry, […]

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7 Programs To Make Project Management Simpler

Posted by C. Loren Bishop - March 17, 2011 - Design/Development, Tools

Organization and communication are necessary components of a successful business. Businesses nees instant access to all data, ensuring tasks are managed properly. Accomplishing this requires more than simple determination, however. It instead demands software solutions. Project HQ Management isn’t an easy task. There are variables to consider and team members to oversee. Organizing information can […]

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