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How Reviewing Your Internal Page Layout Can Help Improve Visitor Conversions

Posted by Adam Jones on 19-Feb-2018 17:26:20

When a visitor lands on your website your end goal is for them to take action, whether it be a website purchase or a service enquiry. You may not think it but the actual layout of your internal pages can play a massive part in your visitor conversion rate. When reviewing your internal page layout, you must consider the below points:

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Topics: Website Design

4 Common Web Design Mistakes Hindering Your Website

Posted by Josh Delahay on 01-Feb-2018 10:30:00

As you may have guessed from our other articles, web design is not easy. There is a lot of thought that goes into the process, not to mention time and money. With all the important elements that must be considered when building and maintaining a website, it can be quite easy for mistakes to be made. A lot of mistakes can go unidentified if the site isn’t regularly checked and, while they may not be mistakes that will render your website unusable, if left untreated, they will certainly hinder your website from reaching its full potential. Here are 4 web design mistakes that could be hindering your website.

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Topics: Website Design

Google Mobile Algorithm Update Is Coming In July To Clamp Down On Page Speed!

Posted by Matthew Tudge on 29-Jan-2018 15:46:16

For the last number of years, page speed has been a clear and solid ranking factor in Google's algorithm for desktop searches. Now, Google is looking at introducing this in mobile search results! Google has recently announced what they are calling the “Speed Update”. In this article, we cover the key things you need to know about the update...

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Topics: Website Design

A Well Optimised Website Or A Well Designed Website: Which Is More Important?

Posted by Lewis Dillingham on 19-Jan-2018 11:04:45

When building a website it's important to consider both the design and the functionality of the website. Both will play a big role in portraying the way you will be seen by your traffic and they can both make or break your website, but which is more important?

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Topics: Website Design

How Successful Was Your Website In 2017? What You Need To Review For This Year

Posted by Adam Jones on 18-Jan-2018 10:35:17

As we start the new year of 2018 it comes the time where we start reviewing the previous year gone by. This is even more important when you review your year from a business perspective. Reviewing your year from a business perspective will help to see whether or not your previous year was a successful or not. When it comes to sales and turnover you will already know how successful your year was but do you know how successful your website was? In this article, I will be discussing what you need to review in order to be able to see whether or not your website has performed as well as it should have.

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Topics: Website Design

Which Website Design Trends Are Going To Take Over In 2018?

Posted by Lewis Dillingham on 12-Jan-2018 09:40:00

2017 was a great year for website design. There were many innovations regarding both visuals and technology. Now, as a new year begins, it's a great time to look to the future and make some predictions in order get ahead of the game. Here is a quick look at 5 website design trends we expect to rule 2018!

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Topics: Website Design

4 Important Guidelines To Follow When Uploading Images To Your Website

Posted by Lewis Dillingham on 04-Jan-2018 14:00:00

When the internet first came about, websites could only be made of text and hyperlinks. Now though, it is difficult to find a website that doesn't include at least a single image. They're used for page decoration, thumbnails, to show product examples, buttons and much more. With so many uses, it's not hard to fill a page with big, beautiful imagery. However, if you're planning on adding images to your website there are a few guidelines that you need to follow.

Let's take a look...

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Topics: Website Design

Upcoming Website Design Trends For 2018

Posted by Louise Earith on 22-Dec-2017 10:20:00

Quick question, when you're in need of information where do you go to find it? I can guarantee that the vast majority of people will perform a quick Google search. Right, so what's the first thing you notice about a website? The design and overall functionality. Poorly designed websites won't make the cut and your customers will jump ship and side with your competitors.

Redesigning and implementing new features on your website will improve your conversion rate and annual sales. This article will cover 7 upcoming website design trends for 2018!

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Topics: Website Design

How Do Website Designs Vary Based On Industry & Do You Have To Follow The Trend?

Posted by Lewis Dillingham on 20-Dec-2017 13:30:00

Websites have a lot of variety, both in design and purpose. You could have a brochure site to raise brand awareness, you could have an ecommerce site to sell your product or you could have an online gallery to show off your content.

A major factor in deciding on the design of your website is the industry in which you work. The work you do will dramatically change what is needed on your website. If you produce chemical bonding agents, you will have no need for a gallery while if you're a designer you're going to need to show off your previous work.

Let's take a look at the difference in website designs for a few diverse industries...

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Topics: Website Design

What To Do When Your New Website Goes Live - Season 3, Episode 6 Of The Digital Prosperity Podcast

Posted by Will Williamson on 13-Dec-2017 11:46:05

Launching a new website is often a painful process. It can often take longer than you expect and anticipate and once you have finally pushed the button and put the brand new shiny website live, it’s quite exciting and you want to shout and tell the world about it. But there are some really important steps to think about when the website goes live in terms of ensuring a good continuity, making sure you’re well set up and also looking beyond the website to how you get the most out of the investment of time and money that you’ve made.

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Topics: Website Design, Inbound Marketing (SEO, PPC, Social Media, Video)

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