Search Engine Optimization or SEO is still the best way to market a site – and the products or services it advertises – online. Over 60% of today’s internet traffic still comes from search engines. However, SEO is still seen as time consuming and expensive. In this article, we are going to discuss how you and your business can save on SEO and still get great results in return.
A new year is almost upon us which means it’s time to reflect on all the things that 2014 brought us in terms of great – and not so great – design. We can then use this to analyse trends and predict what sort of aspects and trends in design we can look forward to in 2015.
Here’s a list of things we think you should look out for next year:
If you prefer WordPress for creating and managing a website, then you can’t miss out to have a toolkit of plugins that helps to provide solutions for making improvements to your WordPress powered site. There are around 30,000 plugins in the WordPress plugin repository, and you’ll most likely find a plugin that befit your needs.
If you are an aspiring web developer or designer, or you have been working since a long time to improve your website, then you must be acquainted with the term Joomla extension. As I have been closely associated with improving web pages, , hence I thought of sharing some most useful Joomla Extensions for Your Website SEO that may help you to optimize your web page.
Finishing off the Web Design Mash freebie week is a collection of 3D PSD renders for download.
Follow up with some other past freebies, “7 Free PSD Website Templates“, “Collection of Free PSD Apple Product Downloads” and “36 Free PSD Web Elements Download”
Email Guys Icon Set – Fully Layered PSD
Web Design Mash freebie week! Enjoy a round up of Free PSD templates for download.
Follow up with some other past freebies, “Collection of Free PSD Apple Product Downloads” and “36 Free PSD Web Elements Download”
Floral PSD Website Template
In continuation of the Web Design Mash freebie week, a round up of Free PSD Apple product downloads are featured.
Follow up with some other past freebies and “36 Free PSD Web Elements Download“.
The Ultimate Apple PSD Collection
Starting off the Web Design Mash freebie week, a round up of 36 Free PSD web elements for download are featured.
Download Buttons PSD
Responsive Web Design (RWD) is clearly the talk of the internet right now and be it developers or clients or users, everyone is looking forward to its implementation so that the user experience is improved. Because of this flurry, there has been a new development now and this angle hasn’t been explored much. This side of RWD is RWA or Responsive Web Apps. Responsive Web Apps clearly have a huge future in the internet industry and because they are being taken as a challenge, not many people discuss the required concepts which you need to build these apps. Actually building the apps come later as first we need to be clear about these concepts in our minds and then go forward with the tutorials available for RWAs. This article will talk about the pre-requisites of developing Responsive Web Design Apps and the challenges and ideas which everyone needs to know before they begin the development process.
There is a reason that the saying “you can’t please all the people all the time” is a popular one. It is especially true for online stores. The environment today with social media and review sites make it very easy for people to publicly complain about your company. In some ways it keeps companies in line and accountable for their customer service practices, and in other ways it just makes it easier for customers to complain about their experiences which may not be valid. The purpose of our article today is to cover the best ways for businesses to respond to online complaints and re-engage disgruntled customers to make them happy repeat customers.
Take Emotion Our of Your Response
The first and most important thing to do is to not get angry or defensive. Try to be as objective as possible with your response. This is actually the most difficult part of the whole response process because it is easy to feel like the complaint is a personal attack. If necessary, get a neutral party to help you formulate your response. When you are responding to a public complaint or review, it is important to keep in mind that you are not just responding to the customer; you are also responding to anyone else reading who is wondering what the outcome was and how you solved the problem. Therefore, even if you have resolved the issue with the customer, you must still take the time to respond to the public review or complaint.