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Why Are Customer Leaving Without Buying ?

Your company has just launched a new and improved website. You’ve spent months designing and optimizing it. No stone was left unturned. Or so you thought. You’re getting tremendous traffic to your website, but customers aren’t taking the most important step: making a purchase. While you were making your website sleek and optimized for the search engines, optimizing your conversion rate likely fell through the cracks. Conversion rate optimization is important if your company wants to succeed and make a profit. You can have the best website, but it is useless unless customers......

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7 Ways to Design at Lightning Speed (and Still Be Good)

Some of the world’s best designers – and even the best designers where you work – all have something in common: Many of them know how to work at lightning speed. And the work is still good. While part of this speed work comes with experience, some of it is comes back to solid work habits and great time management. Working quickly and efficiently can be great for helping you make good with the boss, and for freelancers, taking care of tasks quickly can result in the ability to take more jobs......

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5 contemporary strategies that help improve your rankings

Improving your rankings isn’t as simple as it used to be. As businesses have become more invested in SEO, search ranking algorithms have grown smarter and more sophisticated. The result is that many techniques that used to be acceptable are now considered gray-hat or black-hat — and in some cases, can even earn you a traffic-throttling Google penalty. Still, the challenge remains: We need links, we need traffic, and we need rankings. How do we achieve this in an ethical manner? Luckily, there are still powerful white-hat strategies you can leverage to improve rankings. Here are......

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A Three-Step Approach to Strategic Content Development

Social media and the blogosphere are fascinating because of the conversational nature of it all. Ideas are generated, evaluated, criticized, praised, and recycled. Often, we’re happy participants in the conversation. Whether adding to the current Techmeme pile-on, or chiming in on an ongoing cross-blog discussion within our industry or niche, conversations make blogging tick in a way that static media does not. But this series is about innovative content, and that means we want to start conversations. After all, the conversation starter gets the links, references, and bulk of the attention. The key is to see where things are......

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Why E-Commerce Needs A New Vision Of The Cloud

Small e-commerce stores were one of the original cloud success stories. For boutique online retail stores, Software-as-a-Service was a perfect fit. Retailers could deploy a store for their business without the headaches typically associated with building or managing a complex e-commerce application. But despite its success with micro-retailers, the cloud story has been less happy for larger e-commerce stores. Mid-sized and large e-commerce retailers demand a level of control over their stores that traditional SaaS e-commerce providers are unable to accommodate. When retailers are entirely reliant on the smooth functioning of their......

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PPC for Beginners: Basic Guide for Pay-Per-Click Advertising

Pay-Per-Click (PPC) Advertising is an internet marketing strategy you simply can’t ignore in today’s competitive market. Ever notice those sponsored links that show up on Google or while you scroll through your social feeds? These are PPC ads and their goal is for advertisers to casually place their contents in front of their target market online. PPC ads are meant to be an unobtrusive advertising tactic where ads appear while a person goes about their regular internet browsing. So how can you create PPC ads for your website? There’s an underlying science......

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6 key steps to take before building a small business website

Before you get started on your next small business website, make sure you know how to make it a success with these tips. Whether you’re a small business owner looking to DIY your website, or a freelancer specializing in small business sites, taking these 6 steps can spell the difference between a business-revolutionizing success and an utter and complete mess. 1. Define your website’s goals The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn’t being said. Before you start placing the first pixel, both you and your client need to know......

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Trade Overhead for Flexibility With Furniture Rental from CORT

What was it like when you first started your business? In honor of National Small Business Week, we asked a couple of our favorite small business owners to share their startup stories. “Like so many iconic American businesses, we started Sunscape out of [our] garage when we were in high school,” recalls Adam Rizza, co-owner of Sunscape Eyewear, the sunglasses company he founded with his brother, Wally, in 1995. “There were so many unknowns—we had no idea where to buy products, as the internet was just becoming available in those days!” Initially, Sunscape......

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our company has decided to take the social media plunge and you’re tasked with creating a social media campaign. The only thing is that you’ve never formulated a social media strategy for your company before. Sure, your business has a Facebook and Twitter account that it occasionally posts on with an interesting industry article or to get the word out about a promotion, but that’s about the extent of it. You hear how your company needs to be present on social media, but you aren’t seeing the results that are everyone keeps claiming are......

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