When it comes to the fine art of converting customers on the web, it’s pretty much-settled science that the more personalized you can make an online experience, the more likely website visitors are to become paying customers.
UK-based Gradwell Communications, founded in 1998 and an award-winning provider of communications technology with more than twenty thousand SMBs and partners, has launched its new innovative website builder, powered by Duda, that meets the SEO and eCommerce needs of modern websites.
Introduction: Keeping customers up-to-date with the latest and greatest technology is one of the most pressing challenges faced by both DIY and DIFM web solutions providers. This is particularly true when it comes to how an SMB website works and looks, as it is the backbone of a business’ online presence.
London, United Kingdom — In the wake of 200% year-over-year growth of responsive websites created on its platform, Silicon Valley-based website builder, Duda has opened a new office in London to help further the company’s expansion into the region and support high-volume partners in EMEA and around the globe.
In 2017, it’s time for all of us to start adopting adaptive web design as the go-to configuration for serving up websites. It’s not the fault of dedicated mobile sites or traditional responsive sites that this is happening, and, technically, there’s nothing wrong with them. Like many things that happen on the internet, Google’s behind it.
Everybody likes to feel secure. It’s a pretty simple and universal truth. We like to feel secure in our homes, in our cars and in our neighborhoods. Addressing our concerns in these environments has also been pretty straightforward.
For the past 10 months, our amazing product team essentially stopped the presses so they could focus on one thing. It wasn’t a new feature. It wasn’t a new template design. It wasn’t even so they could fix bugs. No. It was for a much, much bigger reason than any of those.
If you’re providing Google AdWords as a service to your clients, you’re probably more than aware of recent changes in the platform regarding the text format of ads and a new by-device bidding system (which you should be taking full advantage of).
Keywords just ain’t what they used to be. These magical arrangements of Latin characters (or Cyrillic, if that’s your thing) used to be your golden ticket to a high rank in a search results page. And they’re still important (this blog post is packed full of them), but there are a lot more things to…
The Google AdWords service has recently made a few changes to its ad formats and introduced separate bidding for desktop, tablet and mobile. So to make sure that you’re in the know, we’re joining forces with the Google AdWords team so you can get any and all questions answered about these updates during a special…