Having top-notch content is the best way to ensure that visitors want to stay on your website, or at least keep coming back to it. Content creation isn’t the only focus though. Which is why we need to talk about optimizing the small bit of browser real estate that you have to work with.
If you’re launching something on your own — especially a rebrand — you might be missing these three simple but important steps.
1. Contact information Maybe I’m stating the obvious here, but asking leads for their information can save you oodles of back + forth emails if they hire you. Most contact forms do a great job of snagging a name + email address, because you likely couldn’t respond to the inquiry without that information. But where […]
Local businesses Anyone with a physical address for their business benefits from using WordPress over many other platforms for their website. Why? Because WordPress is great for SEO. Out of the box, WordPress is set up to help your business succeed on search engines but you can also add plugins to take your SEO efforts […]
This isn’t an extensive list, but it will get you from having a new + pretty website to having confidence in your new + pretty website. ifferent browsers The first way to ensure that your site will be a great experience for everyone that visits is by looking at it in different browsers. There are […]
Who makes up your audience While your designer is more likely to care heaps about who is using the site, your WordPress developer can take this information to a more technical side of building a site. For example, if your audience is primarily 20-somethings, they will use a different browser than an audience of folks […]