It doesn't matter whether you run a website with ecommerce functionality, or a simple business website with some of your services and contact information listed on there. The whole goal of a website is to use the platform for converting regular folks into paying customers.
WordPress.com comes up quite a bit considering WordPress is the most common website builder people use to run their websites. That said, there are some things that need to be cleared up before moving forward. The first part is that you have two options to choose from: WordPress.com and WordPress.org. This article is reviewing the WordPress.com website builder, but most people are going to want to know what makes these two systems different.
Creating the perfect website is tough. That's where tools like Optimizely come in.
You need to find the ideal host, a CRM system you can trust, even a reliable checkout process.
Even if you get everything right first-time around, today's online stores are dynamic things. Often, they need to be constantly assessed and improved to ensure that they continue to deliver results.
Being a web designer is one of those professions that has no end of distractions to tempt you away from your tasks. Just as you're about to get stuck into some serious image editing, when suddenly Facebook buzzes to alert you that one of your friends just posted something. It wouldn't hurt just to take a peek, right?
There is some confusion over the use of the term “business site”, so let's start by defining exactly what that means. A business site is not just an e-commerce site. In fact, it does not need to contain any e-commerce features at all. A business site is simply a site that represents a business as a virtual online representative. Such a site may sell things, but it doesn't have to in order to qualify as a business site.
Today we take a look deeper into the hidden art of digital retouching where skies can always be blue and imperfections simply disappear. Whether you like it or hate it, think itâ€™s necessary or not, retouching is here to stay.
If your site moves like one of those sloths from the DMV in Zootopia, there are ways you can possibly fix whatever is slowing it down. Figuring out what is causing the problem is half the battle, so once you've isolated the causes, you'll at least have the answers to solving the problem.
When you made the momentous decision to become a website designer, you probably never expected it was going to be a diplomatic assignment. Yet that's exactly how things have turned out for most of us who develop websites for public clients. Your clients want things one way, Google wants them another, and you get stuck in the middle trying to find a compromise that will work.
When push comes to shove, most tender-hearted designers will let their clients have their way, but is that the best decision? It depends whether you have an on-going relationship with the client and whether you actually care about their success or not.