Responsive Web Design Explained!

Responsive Web Design Explained!

You’ve probably heard the term but what does it actually mean? What is it? Responsive web design is a modern approach of creating a website which provides an optimal viewing experience no matter what the device. For example, if a responsive website is viewed on a mobile phone, you as the will not need...

Social Media Audiences for Small Businesses

Social Media Audiences for Small Businesses

Understand your audience If you don’t know who your audience is, it doesn’t matter what tools and apps you have in place. So, the first step is to define your target audience. Take your typical customers. • Are they male or female? • What age are they? Are they Millenials, Gen Xers or baby...

Guidelines for Exceptional Web Design, Usability, and User Experience

Guidelines for Exceptional Web Design, Usability, and User Experience

Simplicity While the look and feel of your website is important, most visitors aren’t coming to your site to evaluate how slick the design is. Instead, they’re coming to your site to complete some action, or to find some specific piece of information. Adding unnecessary design elements (i.e., elements that serve no functional purpose) to...

Retargeting

Retargeting

Retargeting works by keeping track of visitors to your website and displaying your ads as they move around the web and visit other websites. On a technical level, this is done by placing anonymous retargeting “cookies” in the browser of those who visit your website. This enables retargeting platforms such as AdRoll to display...

A Guide to Launching New Campaigns on Social Media

A Guide to Launching New Campaigns on Social Media

Top tips when launching a social media campaign: 1) Be authentic – not promotional Avoid appearing overly promotional, because it won’t appeal to consumers and definitely won’t engage them to follow you. Instead try to tie your content into current events or cultural moments that are of interest to your audience. Not only responding...

The Main Content Marketing Metrics You Should Track

The Main Content Marketing Metrics You Should Track

Creating a range of engaging content is essential to your marketing strategy. But how do you actually know if that content is engaging? Strategies need to be adaptable and versatile, ready to change in an instant to meet the ever-evolving needs of consumers. The only way to stay on top is by tracking your content...

Making Responsive Design Work

Making Responsive Design Work

In the not too distant past, the main approach towards ensuring a great online experience for both desktop and mobile users involved creating completely separate pages. This was time consuming, required double the amount of work and resources, could lead to possible lapses in continuity across devices and offered poor scalability. This gave rise...

Enhancing Page Speed

Enhancing Page Speed

Google page load speed plays an important part in your websites success. The page load speed impacts the user experience and total number of conversions you ultimately get. A 1 second delay in page load time results in: 11% fewer page views 16% decrease in customer satisfaction 7% loss in conversions 47% of people...

Email Marketing Rules The Roost For ROI

Email Marketing Rules The Roost For ROI

Over recent years there has been a love-hate relationship with email marketing as digital marketing has matured, but the channel continues to hold it’s top spot for returning investment… 1. Email leading the ROI charts 73% of company respondants rate email marketing as ‘excellent’ or ‘good’ for the company when it comes to return on...