When you design a website, it can be hard to know if you’re making mistakes, especially if you’re just getting started and don’t have someone else looking over your shoulder as you work on your designs.
For a webmaster, few things feel as good as seeing your website top search results. After all, you’ve worked so hard at optimizing your website. The problem is, you seem to be getting lots of traffic but too little in the way of sales. Here are some web design tips that just might help drive sales to your business.
Here at Pod Creative we highly recommend using Gmail as an email aggregation application. The question we get most is: “Can I have a domain-related email address e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org?” And the answer is yes.
Facebook advertising has become a necessity for digital marketers who want to ensure visibility on the platform. Here’s an infographic comparing different advertising placements and their advantages and disadvantages.
Picking a domain name is one of the first steps of setting up a website. And once you register a domain name, you can do little to alter it. If you think you’ve made a wrong choice, all you can do is register another one.
It, therefore, pays off to pick the right domain name right away. The useful infographic that follows can help you better understand domain names before choosing one of your own.
Page loading time is a vital part of the user experience online. Website visitors care more about page load speed than all the visual design and functions found in sites. Statistics show that 40% of people will abandon a website that takes more than 2 seconds to load.
Considering that we work on the web every day, we at Pod Creative try to incorporate some of the positive and popular online opportunities we come across. We encourage you to read through the infographic below as It points out some of the top trends from the past year.
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he majority of socially engaged businesses have already included Instagram in marketing strategies. For many, this may mean just adding photos to the feed with some strategically placed hashtags, while the more tech-savvy will be making use of one of Instagram’s newest features called Instagram Stories.
The feature provides businesses with a ready-made vehicle for promoting their brand in real time, in a fun and engaging way which appeals to followers. Since its launch, Stories have had one success after another and are still hugely popular with Instagram users.