Home page visitors are new to your business. The only purpose of your Home page content is to expedite your relationship with them. We’ll cover how to write to match the user intent, break down your copy into sections, make it concise and readable, and how to write CTAs that people click.
Businesses that rely on the website to generate revenue might need to work with web designers. This might be on a freelance basis, with an agency, or even in-house. But when do you actually decide that you should stop using page builders?
Calls to action are a marketer’s bread and butter. TV advertisements have been shouting at us “call now” well before the Internet. Offline applications of CTAs are still important, but websites are a bit different. And for those of you that understand the psychology of Calls to Action, I’ll reveal a few tips and tricks about the user experience of your buttons.
Marketing has always been about psychology. You don’t get a “buy one get one free” offer because the store is feeling generous. It’s a data-driven choice that maximises their profit. Digital marketing brought several fresh tactics to the table. Here’s how you can use them to your advantage.
Readability is a key challenge for every copywriter. It’s shapes the way you tell your story and gets your target audience engaged. However, not everyone is aware just how important readability is, or how to improve it. In this article, we will explore why you need to improve your readability score and which tools you can use to test & improve.
How does your ecommerce website compare to those in top 100 in the UK? People often assume the coveted spot among the leading digital retailers requires state-of-the-art solutions, robust servers, around the clock development support and the best UX specialists in the world. As you will soon learn, this is far from the truth.
The list of reasons for digital marketing failure is considerable. And since we all learn through failure, as a digital marketer you probably know most of them by heart. Whether you’re looking for the reason your latest campaign didn’t deliver, trying to make the next one even better than the previous, or preemptively learning about them before your next big project – you’ve heard it all. But nine out of ten times, the most important reason is left out. That reason is your website.
Tracking conversions is the key to making your website more profitable. However, the basic approach of only assigning a conversion to a sale won’t drive digital business growth. Here are all the micro conversion types that you can track on your website and how to do it.
Behind every marketing team, there are tools that help to achieve the expected results. With the increasing number of tools that allow you to influence potential consumers, it’s worth knowing which ones will actually benefit you. We present a list of the leading tools that will allow your company to spread its wings!
When Bill Gates wrote “content is king” in his essay back in 1996, he was predicting the future of the Internet. In hindsight, he probably didn’t expect the phrase to become a content marketing canon for years to come. His prediction already stood the trial of time, but can it maintain its relevance?
Is your business serving users what they need, when they need it, in the most straightforward and transparent way possible? Find out how big brands win over customers by following the simplicity prinicples.
SEO has changed over the years. Keyword-stuffing was replaced by a user-first approach focusing on content quality and page speed. Alternative tags of images now serve their purpose – accessibility, rather than a place to hide keywords. But one thing hasn’t changed, and that’s links. Backlinks are constantly one of the top ranking factors for Google but enshadowed by them is internal linking. And while internal links carry less weight than backlinks, it’s one of the few SEO aspects that you can really control.
Data-driven decisions increase the ROI of a business website every step of the way. As a hub of digital marketing, your website will get stale if you don’t make the most out of marketing opportunities. That is the case in the travel industry. Businesses don’t leverage modern websites to make the most out of the growing travel experiences market. Even if you’re not directly selling experiences, you can engage with potential clients weeks before they’d consider your services – and here’s how.
If you respond to a customer after half an hour instead of just five minutes, the chance to qualify a lead is 21 times lower. However, marketers tend to underestimate the value of lead response time. Learn how to change their approach to qualify more leads and increase your conversion rates.
Changing markets and growing customer expectations proved to be challenging for most B2B businesses. Marketing teams face several problems, some of which can be solved by optimising their digital marketing workflows. Learn how to solve the most common digital marketing problems by having the right approach to your business website.
Digital marketing opened up an abundance of possibilities for businesses to reach their goals – from social media, through content creation, all the way to the search engine optimisation and paid advertising. But the online world still offers several underappreciated or simply unheard of practices that support business goals. In this article, we will show you the essentials of a highly flexible and cost-effective digital advertising tool – landing pages.
Mailing lists are still one of the best digital marketing channels. According to some sources, over 50% of email opens happen on mobile devices. They’re the first point of contact for many of your subscribers. However, adjusting email design to accommodate to smart devices is often overlooked by digital marketers. An optimal newsletter title length or even a single emoji can boost your open rates drastically. Here are our quick design tips for your email marketing campaigns.
Content marketing, advertising and lead generation are not the only ways in which social media affects businesses. Our list of the most overlooked benefits of social platforms will allow you to look at your social media strategy with a fresh eye. Our quick tips will help you get the most value out of marketing through social media.
In the modern world, instant response is the standard for online communication. Slowly but steadily, this trend has transcended personal messaging and became the norm for customers browsing business websites. Real-time chats and social media are fundamental for businesses but the direction is slowly changing towards intelligent chatbots.
Converting visitors into customers is a complex process. Most people visiting your website aren’t ready to buy. An excellent business website will persuade them to become leads. Your job is to nurture those leads and turn them into customers.
Searching for stock assets is frustrating. Most of the sites return inaccurate results or don’t have the type of video you’re looking for. To help you reduce the frustration, we’ve reviewed the top free stock video websites.
The good old plain text aligns with visitors on the emotional level and encourages them to consume more content. While it has been working great in books and newspapers, websites can benefit from additional visual aids such as images, videos or icons to appeal to readers and retain them for longer.
In the right hands, your website can become a powerful tool for lead generation. If it’s not purely informational or brand-oriented, there’s a chance you’re missing out on some great opportunities. We’ve compiled a list of methods that will help you generate more leads through your website.
Wouldn’t you assume your new car comes with an attached steering wheel? Of course, you would. For one, it’s a legal requirement, but also otherwise the vehicle is declared useless. When we consider products, we take some of their traits for granted. When was the last time you questioned a supplier if their wristwatch arrives with a strap or if a kettle includes the heating element? Naturally, each manufacturer stands out by implementing innovative gimmicks, but at the end of the day, the product gist remains untouched. Websites aren’t any different. Or are they?