Follow this 4 stage escalation process to help you analyze and reduce webpage bounce:
Website Pages Advice
Website Pages Advice covers what to put on specific types of pages of a website, such as Home or Contact pages. Click image or title to see full post. http://website.pegcorwin.com.
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See two lists, one by type of website page and the second, general website marketing issues.
Types of Web Pages
Click links below to see posts on specific types of pages, such as an About or Contact or Home page. Posts include both web page content ideas and screenshot examples.
Click these topic links to find blog posts on these aspects of website marketing.
After the dreaded Mobilegeddon update from Google, what terrors have befallen the SERPs? Dr. Pete will regularly update this post with the latest from the Mobile Mozcast.
Have you seen this Mobile Friendly tag in Google's mobile search? Does your site have it?
We've assembled more than 30 speakers for the upcoming Conversion Road Trip, and we've got 5 of them here with their marketing tips. Check it out.
To improve conversions, the pros suggest that you write landing pages in the customers' language, test them, stay out front on new techniques, make your site a content hub, and use the power of visuals to get visitors to convert.
Websites are containers for content. They’re a magic combination of design and programming that deliver words and images to visitors. That’s the whole idea. So here’s the question…What should you put on your website?What content works best? What’s the worst?"
Number 1 content to have on your site is the answers to the top 5 questions of your users, says Andy. More excellent recommendations too.
Social Media Marketing Podcast 138, in this episode Joanna Wiebe will explore how split testing can help improve your email opt-ins and much more.
Learn how to alter your headlines and buttons to improve your website opt-ins. And about tools to monitor the results.
Your brand's About Us page is prime real estate for prospects looking to do business with the company. Reward visitors for their efforts by showcasing an engaging, insightful page.
About pages are often one of the most frequently viewed on a website. Improve yours with these practical tips.
Is 2015 finally when mobile search is taken seriously? It looks that way with Google's upcoming update. Learn how to take advantage of this change.
Big mobile friendly recommendations are mobile supported software, correct text size, well-spaced links and responsive design.
"Mobilegeddon" Is Coming on April 21 - Are You Ready?
Does your website meet Google's Mobile Friendly test? https://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/mobile-friendly
Scott Gerber asks young entrepreneurs about what challenges they faced when it came to a web redesign and what to watch our for
What is one overlooked problem I should anticipate when getting my entire business website redesigned?
These tips for optimizing user experience will help you avoid common mistakes and provide an engaging experience for visitors to your site.
Find tips for improving speed and design. Be clear and use well-placed calls to action
The principles, strategies, and technologies surrounding web design are dynamic. So much so that if you’re “on time” in the digital world, you’re already behind. Staying up to…
How's your mobile, social, content, site speed and pagerank? Not so hot? Read on...
Those who ignore the warning might be in for significant pain.
See detailed discussion of mobile only vs responsive design website with the recommendation being responsive.
Have you ever viewed your own website on a mobile device or tablet? Do it. It’s important. Why? Find out how having a mobile friendly site can impact you!
Learn the pros and cons of a separate mobile site or a responsive site.
Excellent principles and screenshot examples with explanations of what makes it outstanding. An excellent reference for website owners and developers too.
A very good post on mobile navigation that suggests the 3 bar ("hamburger") navigation menu is ineffective and graphics are misplaced. One to read, friends.
What if expressing your gratitude could grow your social media following, boost your website conversions, or even attract new customers and leads?
Suggestions for content on your Thank You pages.
If you are thinking of working on your conversion optimization and landing page optimization, understanding UX design is essential. As you know, we write a lot about the user, the single visitor that arrives on your site or landing page and needs to be triggered and helped around. UX design helps make sure that during this process the most important person isn’t left out of the mix: The user.
If you want your website visitors to do what you plan, you need to understand User Experience Design. Here's a start
We are passionate about solving marketing problems. We want the tough ones. The ones that stand in the way of what you need to accomplish.
Talk about focusing on customer problems! How's this for a page on your site? What would you put on such page tabs?
Making sure that you portray the most accurate and professional image to potential customers while also making your website easy to navigate can be a challenge. However, popular web design trends are making this easier than ever before. This infographic from Bowen Media breaks down the top five web design trends for this year and why they are important to users.
If you are thinking about redoing your website in 2015, learn about flat web design, one page sites, scrolling and mobile friendly.
Few businesses want to compete on price. And no marketer wants their product to be thought of, first and foremost, as either cheap or expensive.
More ways to present your prices to enhance your value.
In this post, we’ll take a look at psychological triggers that influence purchasing behavior. We’ll also go over how to incorporate the triggers into pricing pages.
Learn tips to make your prices more reasonable and get more customers.
Learn how mobile buyers are different from desktop buyers -- and get actionable tips to help you improve your mobile marketing.
Are fonts in your email newsletters 14 pixels or larger? Are your calls to action at least 44 pixels wide? These are essential for visibility on mobile.