Category Archives for "Web Page Design Tips"
Now that you’ve installed that awesome looking responsive design theme on your website, you figure your website is now mobile-friendly … and, you would be right … BUT … yes, there’s a BUT in here … this alone no longer offers you assurance that your site will appear high in internet search results for being mobile-friendly. Continue reading
If you’ve always wondered how the heck to rank high in Google searches than you’ve come to the right place. This guy ranked high on Google simply by Continue reading
What promises does your website make to your visitors? Here are six very useful questions your website needs to answer within seconds of a visitor arriving at your website. The answer below EACH question are given as examples and have been provided for your ease of understanding. Continue reading
So many people claim they want success, but do you REALLY want success? If you’re truly in pursuit of success in your business, in only 61:49 minutes the REAL secrets will be revealed to you, right here! Continue reading
So, you say you have a website with at least four web pages; home (or landing) page, about, contact, and pricing. Now you need to add at least one more web page … a blog.
Your main web pages may be HTML pages, and you ask is HTML or WordPress better to use. The easiest style for a blog that I have found to use is WordPress. You can easily have WordPress installed in a subdirectory (folder) on your present website.
You don’t need to label your blog as such on your navigation bar. Try being creative Continue reading
Creating a website can be fun, time consuming and sometimes even frustrating if you are new at working with hidden codes. Some business owners have even gone so far as to have a family member setup a website for them, but their site is not ranking in search engines at all.
One customer I helped recently, had a website so full of unnecessary code that the search engines did not rank their site well because of the clutter. If this describes what you are going through, please understand, whileContinue reading