With things like big data and GoToMeeting, large groups of people can collaborate over great distances, using this data to make a series of decisions about their new website. And then once they’ve implemented these decisions, a new group of folks comes in to question everything – usually a board of directors or someone from the C-Level. Sound familiar? It’s never pretty.
Have you ever worried about having your website hacked? According to Forbes, 30,000 web sites are hacked each day. These vulnerable sites can be infected with malicious code looking to suck the SEO score from your URL .
When someone decides to contact a company, they generally will figure that the contact page will be their best bet. Unfortunately, some contact pages are not so great at actually letting the user contact a real person in the company. Bizjournals just took a look at the contact challenge in Brandon Bruce’s post on 6 must-have elements for your website contact page.
Do you have a website? Do you think it “works”? And what does “work” look like for your business? Enquiries, sales, awareness? Whatever your objective, your website is the 24 hour shop front for your business. And the beauty of that is; it’s always open.
Learn a few tips on how to make readers happy by optimizing your website for readability and likability. From SEO rankings to quality links, make your website easy to find and somewhere readers want to go by following a few tips.
As businesses become more dependent on their websites to be the initial gateway for customers, SEO has taken on a growing importance. Search engines are now putting more emphasis on content relevancy, popularity, freshness and authority.