The one piece of information about your website that matters most is: how do your users interact with it? It’s easy to find out what they think about it: you can just ask them. But it’s very hard to find out how real users go about navigating your website.
If you have been following Google’s changes recently, you may have noticed that they became obsessed with mobile web. And there are a couple of strong reasons to support that.
Wanna create well-performing content and be original too? Then it might be time to stop digging into data and try something scary instead, like listening to your gut. Let the numbers work for you, not against you.
Although eCommerce receives most of the limelight, 91.6% of U.S. sales still take place offline. With all the benefits of buying online — lower cost, wider choice, no need to put on pants — how come retail stores are still a thing?
In case you hadn’t noticed – though I’m guessing you have – consumption of online video has been steadily rising in recent years. According to a forecast by Cisco, video will represent 80% percent of all consumer-based internet traffic by 2019.
Ad copy, product descriptions, email subject lines — and social media. These are a few places in marketing where it’s absolutely vital to nail your short-form copywriting technique. 140 characters goes by in the blink of an eye, yet the best Twitter users consistently post quality content that keeps readers…
Last year, I started working on an idea for a platform, called Counsell, currently available as an app on iOS and Android devices, that lets all professionals give and get paid advice.
Most people use Facebook ads to pump up their visitor numbers. Wait, what? Let me be clear. They don’t wake up with that goal in mind, but it’s usually what ends up happening. I see this all the time with clients I work with.
98% of website visitors don’t convert. That’s right. On average, only 2% of your website visitors convert and drive your online revenue.