Posts Tagged ‘websites’

Website Scrolling

website scrolling

Surprisingly, I am getting pushback lately on designing websites that scroll. I thought that myth was dead but apparently it is not. If you are curious if a website should scroll, then end your curiosity now. It can… and it will. There. Done. No? Okay.. let’s keep going then. 1. Too many screen sizes. As…

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8 Trends for Internet Marketing in 2014

New Year 2014

What is to become of internet marketing in 2014? Whew! A lot.. That is the beauty of this industry and the bane of my existence. It is forever changing and growing and 2014 will be the same. Continued growth of social media but it will have an even more impact. Facebook and Twitter still reigns…

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What Is Your Website Conversion?

What do your website visitors do when they come to your website? What do you do when, after clicking on your link from Google, they get to your site and stop? If Google is the person outside your website showing people to your door, then conversion marketing is the salesperson inside your site, ensuring that…

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Is Proper Web Coding Over-Rated

The importance of having good web coding is as important as having a solid building foundation. A building with poor foundation might look good and stand proud and tall now but when storms or earthquakes hit, will it withstand the beatings? It is true that some browsers will try to display them even if the…

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Speeding up Websites, Part 1

As many are learning, Google has announced that one of the factors that will improve your SEO performance and, naturally, your user’s experience, is by speeding up your website. At GlobalSpex, we’ve always been cognizant of this but more for our customer’s and their target market rather than search engines. By using CSS, alt tags,…

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Design Does Make A Difference

Another web design firm, Questus, polled 435 employed US residents over 18 and asked them what influenced their decision to buy from a website. What they found was their initial reaction to the site made a large impact. 43% agreed that a web site’s appearance will affect their decision-making on whether to trust or distrust…

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Worst Websites of 2008

It’s out! The “Worst Websites of 2008” list. This is a great tool for clients and those wanting a new website and a redesign of their old. It is a great way of showing what not to do in web design and development. https://www.webpagesthatsuck.com/worst-web-sites-of-2008.html One award that I’d like to mention is the “Mystery Meat”…

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