9 min Read How to Write an RFP for Website Design in 2020 (w Template Sample) by Mike Sayenko Writing a request for proposal (RFP) may seem like a simple task. You’re presenting an opportunity for new business to agencies, and choosing from the responses that best match your goals and restrictions. They should be [...]
The Difference Between Custom WordPress Theme vs Premium Theme Since first coming online in 2003, WordPress has grown from a simple and easy-to-use blogging platform into the most recognized and widely used open-source website builders and CMS (content management system). The simplicity of WordPress lies in its WYSIWYG builder and templated modular design. WYSIWYG stands for ‘what you see is what you get’. This format for [...]
Why Conversion Tracking is Important Conversion tracking is essential for any website - ecommerce, informational, media, non-profit or otherwise. As an experience, website should directing visitors to an ultimate goal. Most often this is towards a purchase or lead, but in other cases it could even be about improving branding or just having fun. All of these goals are measurable through analytics and tracking the actions of users onsite. Goals are [...]
We have been designing WordPress websites for six years. Over time we figured out the 6 must have WordPress Plugins. These will attract more users, enhance your conversions, and hopefully lead to more customers. Contact Form 7 Very beautiful form that we love to use. A form is a must to help convert users into customers! Contact Form 7 can manage multiple contact forms, plus you can customize the form and the mail contents flexibly with simple markup. [...]
WordPress has grown into one of the most popular platforms for website design. The two most appealing aspects about the platform are functionality and customizability. When you build a business website, customization is crucial. This is because your website has a unique brand image and personality.
If you haven’t noticed, WordPress is becoming king on the web! WordPress is a free open source blogging tool and a content management system (CMS) to manage your website. WordPress boasts the biggest market share when it comes to content managment systems with 53.8% of all the CMS tools out there such as Joomla, Drupal, and others. In fact, 22 of every 100 new domains created in the US are running WordPress. Not only that, it completely dominates the top 100 blogs in the world.
If your similar to most people you have never heard of a Content Management System, short for CMS. This is critical to the success of almost every website, and yet many businesses and organizations are not familiar with this technology. A good question always comes up as we talk with potential clients on the subject.
With tens of millions of blogs out on the web, it is easy to get lost in the crowd. This article discusses some basic blogging strategies that will help you break through the clutter. 1. Take a look at other Blogging sites Get familiarized with other blogging sites. This sounds very basic, but many people confuse corporate blogging with advertising and PR. Blogging is not a platform for advertising your products and services. These sort of blogs usually fail. Think of blogging as a social experience – real people share their personal experiences and engage others in interesting and thoughtful conversation by adding value to the reader.