Why doesn’t Google like you? Who does? Sounds funny, but it is more truthful than you think. Google has to index billions of pages with computers and try to determine what pages should be well ranked for particular search words and phrases. Sounds like a big task, but a simple concept. The pages with the best content on them for the particular search term in question should be ranked the highest, right?
What is customer lifetime value and why does it matter so much to your success? Customer lifetime value is the amount of sales and profits that you earn from a customer during the period in which they continue to order from you or use your services. Lifetime means the amount of time that you are either measuring or the total span from when a customer places their first order until their final order.
There are many different types of websites out there. Some are informational websites, some are industry websites that people can use to generate a quote for technical products, and some are Ecommerce sites.
This past Fathers Day my fiancé and I decided to take my Grandfather out to eat. When we got to the restaurant, the valet parking attendant gave me a ticket and proceeded to park my car. Once we entered the restaurant, the hostess gave us a pager to notify us when our table was ready. It’s in these routine exchanges that a sensible solution to the ever growing Cross-Site Request Forgery, or CSRF, attacks can be formulated. Let’s first define what CSRF is.
These are just some of the questions you should be asking, and you should also ask them while browsing through your own website. Today’s Internet user is typically not the patient sort. They want information quickly, and they don’t want to have to search too hard for it.
When it comes to website optimization, you can’t always take the obvious for granted. With the ability to create limitless versions of your web pages, you have an opportunity and a duty to your business to test everything, even that which seems obvious. Follow these guidelines for best results...