Web Design Category

Post-Holiday Web Design Tips that Can Help You Boost Sales

Written by Ruth Hawk

The post-holiday sales lull is infamous among retailers. The profitable buying frenzy of November and December turns into a very quiet few months as consumers recover from their holiday spending and stay indoors thanks to colder weather. Addressing the holiday lull across all of your marketing efforts is often the best approach to boosting sales between January and March. These efforts should include your web design, which can be used to promote new deals and encourage engagement with your brand even during the quietest time of the year.

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5 Tips for Creating Effective Holiday Landing Pages

Written by Ruth Hawk

When it comes to holiday marketing, landing pages are an invaluable aspect of your e-commerce website. Not only do they serve as the place where visitors land after clicking on your email links, organic search results, and targeted holiday promotions, but they also serve as the first impression most of these visitors will have of your website.

As a result, your holiday landing pages must be designed to (1 Make a positive impression and (2 Drive conversions. While effective landing pages are important all year, there are a few steps you can take to strengthen those pages specifically for the holiday shopping season. What follows is a look at a few tips for sprucing up the messaging and web design of your holiday landing pages.

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Web Development Steps to Take to Prepare Your Website for Holiday Traffic Spikes

Written by Ruth Hawk

With Black Friday, Cyber Monday, and the entirety of the holiday shopping season on the horizon, now is the time for businesses to make sure that their web design and web development are sufficient to withstand the influx
of traffic they are about to experience. With Black Friday and Cyber Monday crowds having taken down the websites of businesses as large as Best Buy and Wal Mart in the past, no one is immune to the potential slow downs and crashes that can occur if a website cannot handle the influx of traffic created by holiday shopping and holiday sales. Here are a few steps to take in the coming weeks to help you ensure that your website can handle any volume of traffic.

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How a WordPress Design Will Benefit Your Business

Written by Meredith Schraeder

You probably know others who have used WordPress to build and manage websites, but is it the right solution for your business’s website? Are you apprehensive about choosing this popular platform? Ease your mind and read on about the benefits and capabilities that WordPress has to offer. As a web design and SEO company, WEBii […]

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Avoid These 6 Web Design Mistakes to Keep Your Website Beautiful

Written by Ruth Hawk

In order to improve the appeal of your web pages, there are a few common mistakes you should avoid. If you can reduce excessive clutter, eliminate multiple fonts and colors, avoid low quality images, eliminate large blocks of text, update your design, and add mobile responsiveness, you can create a truly beautiful website.

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Why Outsourcing Website Maintenance Can Help Your Website Thrive

Written by Ruth Hawk

A custom web design can set your website up for online success. However, in order to keep that custom web design both beautiful and functional, you will need to regularly maintain it. However, website maintenance can be time consuming. While you can complete many website maintenance tasks yourself, you may benefit from outsourcing those jobs to a professional web design company. In fact, doing so can not only save you time and effort but also contribute to the overall success of your site.

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