Website homepage ideas that will help you create a functional website
Whether you are creating a website from scratch, or you have launched a website and want to improve upon its design, there are often little nuances that may be overlooked. Some of these incorporate minor changes that create better engagement opportunities. Others are more significant, … Continue
Four webinars that will help you define, optimize, and analyze your website’s content
How would you define website supremacy? I’d consider it a market leader that provides functionality accepted by its audience members. It would share content, inform interested readers, and offer online business strategies focused on revenue generation.
How do you think website supremacy can be … Continue
How are you building your email marketing file?
Every online marketer and audience development manager has a preferred method for building their email file.
As a content creator myself, and the person tasked with audience development efforts, my favorite way to build an email file relies on great content and superb targeting. … Continue
These website homepage ideas will help you provide a better user experience through website design
Audience engagement is quickly becoming a very important metric to follow. Google is recognizing social signals and wants to provide search results that engage consumers with great content.
Below I’ve listed eight website homepage ideas, which can help you offer a better … Continue
All successful content marketers are doing it…they are providing free downloads to entice their audience into relationships.
We provide free downloads on array of topics, including one on Mobile Site Design for Publishers and Website Homepage Design – both of which address the need to have adequate design and functionality to make your content easily … Continue
Make your users feel smart by designing a website that works exactly how it’s supposed to
Want to know a great way to confuse, distract and drive away new users? Design a website like a print ad. Go ahead, throw underlines under things that aren’t hyperlinks. Overdesign your button graphics so that nobody knows that they’re … Continue
Why it’s important to let go and allow your users define your website
If there’s anything we’ve learned from the great success of Anne Holland’s new venture, Which Test Won, it’s that we must test our websites to find out what works. Also, that whatever we think will convert better, is probably not the one that … Continue
Does your website homepage design tell the user what you want them to do?
We all want our websites to look cool and sexy. When someone see’s our website, we want them to say “WOW!” Unfortunately many people will see your website and say “WOW” followed up by, “I have no idea what’s going on here”.
On … Continue
Three publishers who pay attention to content freshness in their website homepage designs
When searching for something in a search engine, we’re typically searching for the most up-to-date information, or the most relevant information. Especially in circles like finance and business, we are looking for breaking-news type items.
Looking at stock predictions from three years ago won’t … Continue
For the good of list-building: It’s finally acceptable to add a little “POP” to your website homepage design
We don’t like to call them popups; we like to call them “floaters”. Sounds better right? Although a Floater Order Form looks like a separate document floating on top of a website page, it is really just a … Continue
Building a website homepage that completes your goals
We have built an entire website design scorecard to guide you in the direction of building an action-worthy, profitable and endearing homepage.
The goals of you homepage should first tell someone what you do, then it should give them the information they’re looking for. Finally, your homepage should get … Continue
Do you follow these website design guidelines for content webification?
By “webification” we mean the most efficient use of all the multi-media and interactive technology available. This does not, however, mean using technology just because it’s there.
The Internet is not a book, magazine or newspaper. Nor is it TV, a live event or a brick-and-mortar store. … Continue
Three tips for designing a more LIKE-able website homepage
If one of your goals for this year or next is to build your online Facebook community, then you’ve already put some forethought into how you want to integrate Facebook into your homepage.
Ideally, your existing user-base is what you’d want to use to launch your new Facebook … Continue
Follow this website design guidelines to make sure you don’t confuse or scare off potential customers
When a user lands on your homepage, your website should tell them exactly what you do and how your website can help them. Are you trying to sell something? Are you a content creator? Who is your audience?
To communicate strategic … Continue
This free report from Mequoda Group discusses essential tips for designing a website homepage and mistakes to avoid in the process
(Nationwide)—It can be difficult to balance between attractive graphic design and quick load time when it comes to websites. Engaging aesthetics are important as they do add feel to websites while creating personal connections with … Continue
Is inconsistent navigation leaving users feeling lost on your site?
With inconsistent navigation, the ‘Back’ button is your best friend. An important aspect of good website homepage design is persistent navigation. It’s one of 14 points we analyze using the Mequoda Website Scorecard, what we believe to be the top 14 best practices for … Continue
Successful website homepage design allows visitors to achieve their goals
Is your website properly designed to meet the expectations of your visitors? Often times websites encourage visitors to take an additional step, be it a request for more information, a visit to a different web page found at the website, or the step of making a … Continue
This free report on website design guidelines from Mequoda Group will teach you mistakes to avoid while creating a website and best practices to utilize
(Nationwide)—A poorly designed website will discourage visitors and often spur them to leave the page and never return. It is very important to make a good first impression to users because … Continue
Brand preference leads to repeat visits and increased website traffic
One aspect of the Mequoda Best Practices we analyze is brand preference. How does the website homepage design aid in branding? It should clearly support and build brand preference, which encourages repeat visits.
Did you know that over 50% of Amazon’s visitors arrive by directly … Continue
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How to use magazine design principles to minimize periodical website traffic, usability and reader satisfaction … Continue
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