Recently, we’ve all heard someone complaining about the economy and its effect on everything. I agree, money is tight all around, however it does not mean that people aren’t spending it.It just means you have to be more creative in attracting the “buyers” out there. Internet Marketing is a function of simply two things; making sure you’re getting as much targeted traffic as possible, second and very important, to make sure you’re converting that traffic at as high a percentage as possible.
This week we were supposed to start a new part of our blog. It's supposed to be a point-counterpoint piece called, well, we haven't worked that out yet, but, a colleague of mine, Michael Panuthos and I were supposed to write this together.
Successful website design demands keeping up with current web design trends. Implementing the latest styles and techniques will increase marketability and allow businesses to remain competitive. As business continues to pick up in 2011, take a few moments to consider what will become popular this year.
The Internet is here to stay. More people than ever before are using the Internet to research hotels and choose their travel plans. In fact, some studies have found that 76 percent of people traveling for business rely on the Internet. Having a well designed website will allow you to take advantage of this growing development and increase your business. While creating the right website may seem too costly, the return on investment is well worth it. A website that is easy to navigate and accurately displays the features of your hotel will allow customers to feel an emotional tie to your establishment. Be sure to include pictures, maps, videos and customer recommendations on your website. These will help customers understand why your hotel is perfect for them.
There are many reasons why the choice of a professional agency is far better and safer than using a freelance worker or a home office. For the purpose of not having to repeat myself or bore you to tears I will call all the freelance workers home offices as well.
The Internet continues to develop very quickly. Web 2.0 has replaced Web 1.0 in both design technique and in the way information is broken up and distributed. Web 2.0 divides information into “microcontent”; information that can be sent to many different domains.
As Internet trends change over time, so too does website design. With many Internet users now familiar with at least one web-based community (Facebook, Twitter, Linked:In, Flickr, etc.) also referred to as Web 2.0, website design has changed drastically to accommodate the new focus on social networking.
Webdesignerwall.com has put together 80+ creative and unique business cards to make you think about how memorable or dispensable your own business cards are. I like the edible ones even though one would not be able to contact the person that gave that to you after you eat the information.
Don’t be limited by font choices for your design. You can never have too many options when it comes to designing. To open your typography horizon, Designpress.com has posted a collection of free fonts that are free to use. Just check the license for each font to see the limitation of commercial use. Continue
If you corporate website contains quality Search Engine Optimization (SEO) content, then it is possible that your website will appear in a decent position amongst the results of the search engine query. But if you purchase a keyword rich domain name, you vastly increase your chances of being discovered, and the cost is often minimal.