Today’s websites are more complicated than ever. Web designers not only have to ensure their websites reach the top of any search engine searches in their niche, but they also have to ensure that visitors to the site get an enjoyable experience while they are there. SEO is what brings visitors to the site to begin with, and user experience is what keeps them coming back and interacting with your brand.
To video or not to video, that is the question! Video can be a great design resource when you’re putting together a website or blog, but could also lead to some challenges. Discover five considerations you should think about before adding video to your site’s design.
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Google+ first launched in June 2011 and has been growing steadily ever since. Some have predicted that it may dethrone Facebook, while it is too early to predict such a thing, no one can deny that it is set to be a powerful player in social media, especially when you take into account this week’s Search Plus Your World updates. So why should you be taking advantage of Google+
Search Engine Optimization (SEO), or trying to get a website to rank for specific keywords, is big news; you don’t need me to tell you that. But how you build websites can have a huge impact on its success in the search engine rankings.
In the search engine marketing industry today, the aim of the search engine optimization undertaken by any SEO company has become twofold; first of all, to make your website appeal to the algorithms behind the major search engines and boost your natural rankings, and secondly, to improve the user experience and convert their interest into cold hard cash for your business.