A website needs to attract visitors. It's your curb appeal and their first impression. With a few tweaks and fundamental changes, you can take your website from dull to dazzling.
Things to do To Attract Website Visitors
Social Media - You're on social media. Great! Put a social media icon on your site and invite your visitors to follow you. Make sure your social media sites have a link back to your website. Post information from your website to your social media with a link back to that web page. Do the same (31 comments)
web design: Not Quite Ready for Primetime Site
- 01/24/11 10:16 AM
Many thanks to all of you who went to the new website I've been working on - a definite departure from the Real Estate sites I've created over the past 14 years. I've made some changes and updates and tried to address as many suggestions as I could. I would appreciate a second look from you. Two Sisters Talking is the website. http://www.two-sisters-talking.com Thank you so much! (3 comments)
web design: A New Website and Blogsite - Can You Help?
- 01/17/11 07:47 AM
About a week ago, my youngest sister and I were talking about one of our favorite subjects - food. Dana and I have bounced ideas around before about starting a website and blog but have only now actually started putting words into action. Dana has a background in cooking and management. With my experience as a Real Estate Virtual Assistant, I know about site design and promotion. Ask me to create and market a real estate website and I'm all over it. Here's my challenge: What should I put on a the site? Here's what I have so far: Health Calculators (12 comments)
web design: Business Website Mistakes to Avoid
- 02/25/10 06:00 AM
Your website is an extended business card that, in many cases, may be the first introduction a potential client has to you and your services. That is why it is important to make sure you have your site set up properly. Here are a few business website mistakes you should avoid: Don't... 1. ...add video or music that automatically starts when your page loads. This can be hard on the ears if someone's speakers are set high and they aren't aware of it. Instead, set up video and audio clips so that they can be turned off and on at the (14 comments)
We all know that content is king. That will never change. However, it is interesting to learn how Google ranks page speed when considering the value of a website. While a higher loading page with little to no content will never outrank a page that is full of great info that happens to load at a slower speed, Google can give a little more weight to a page that loads faster than one with similar content but a lower load speed. So, how do you keep good content without sacrificing page speed? Don't overdo it. You want to keep your site (20 comments)
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