At times too many visitors coming to your website can eat-up your website monthly bandwidth or even your serve may go down. This is something you don't want to happen to your website ever. To overcome these issues, you can optimize your website and try to keep it up and online as long as possible. [...]
Add a contact form to your about page to create a converting connect page instead.
Getting people to your site via search is relatively easy. Getting them to stay on your site is a bit harder. Turning those visitors into customers and finally enthusiastic evangelists for your brand — that takes a well thought out user experience. The 5 points mentioned in this article get you familiar with the groundwork you need to cover in order to make these things happen.
Google's Browser Size tool is so much better than the feature integrated with Google Analytics because you can use it on any site, at any time.
Now that the tool is going away we show you how to get your own instant-on browser size tool in under 5 minutes.
In years 2010 Google announced that it is incorporating site speed as one of the over 200 signals that we use in determining search rankings. There are many ways to improve the website performance and reduce the page load time, which includes Minimize HTTP Requests, Optimize Images, Optimize CSS & Java Scripts and Cache-Control etc. [...]
A lead capture page is a unique webpage, usually known as "landing page". I prefer to call it with its technical name because I think it's more appropriate. A good online marketing campaign is useless without a great landing page. The main aim of a lead capture page is to persuade your web visitors to [...]
Is your website optimized for mobile devices, and how flexible is it to adapt to the many different resolutions of the various smartphones and tablets on the market today? In other words, do you know how the experience will be for users viewing your website on Sony Ericsson T715 or iPad mini rumored to release in October of this year?
When a URL's protocol is omitted, the browser uses the underlying document's protocol instead. It looks strange at first, but this "protocol-less" URL is the best way to reference third party content that's available via both HTTP and HTTPS.