ShareShare on Tumblr Hi Gabe, I know that social media marketing is an important means of getting traffic to a website. I have tried it on a few occasions without much success. What I basically want to know is if there are any guidelines for social media marketing? Getting started in social media marketing without […]
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ShareShare on Tumblr Hey Gabe, do you have any fundamental principles which can help me maximize my website traffic and Ad revenue? Success online does not just happen. It’s caused. Once the fundamentals have been taken care of, the rest falls into place. If you have a great content, then, it’s far easier for you […]
ShareShare on Tumblr This article we’ll cover keywords, an absolutely vital part of your internet marketing strategy because understand this keywords are the absolute backbone of the internet – it’s the golden key to how your visitors and customers will find you. Get it wrong and you’ll remain in the Internet wilderness – so listen […]
Affiliate marketing is more popular than ever and there are thousands of companies who want affiliate marketers to work with them. Popularity, however, brings with it competition and now it can be very hard to make a substantial amount of money as an affiliate marketer. This article includes some top tips to help you on your affiliate marketing adventure.
ShareShare on Tumblr Copyright (c) 2011 Joe Maldonado The best wordpress themes are not the most frequently used simply because few people recognize the value that they bring to the website. While many premium themes come packed with features, plugins, and modules, the best ones often use those specific items to their fullest potential with […]
ShareShare on Tumblr Typography takes on a major role in your logo’s capacity to communicate its intended message. The font you pick, as well as the size and arrangement of the specific characters, either helps or hinders this attempt. The suitable font can make your brand mark immediately recognizable and memorable. The incorrect one may […]
The first step that you require to take after creating a website is to get it on the internet, and here you are faced with three alternatives. You could either host the site on your computer, or host it on a server. The third option is getting someone else to host it for you. The first two preferences are practical and suit those with fast connections or other business-oriented sites. Maintaining such a web server requires constant monitoring and attention and you need a very fast connection to keep running it.
You can stop that from happening and keep those customers right there on your website. How can you do that? Here are 5 tips to improve your website design so you keep your customers on your site and keep them coming back. The first method is to make sure your typography of your content is suitable. Make sure your lines are spaced out accordingly to the text and sentence structure. Check your font and font size that you are using. You may like using a 10-Pixel text in Times New Roman but is that big enough for all to read. Do you have to strain to read the text? If so increase the text size and maybe change the font. As we get older our eyes are not like they use to be so make sure your font size, font style, and sentence spacing is easily readable. Stop customers from leaving your website because of poor website design.