As the options for web design and website curation continue to grow, so do our tools here at Artbees. Whether you’re starting out new or are a well-versed developer, we want to help you advance your skills. Most recently, we’ve started an exciting webinar series to give you a chance to learn in-depth details about various Jupiter-related processes and to get your questions answered quickly by a reliable source.
Author: Ziba Sidrys
Your header is undeniably important to the success of your website as a whole. It’s the first thing people see when they visit your site. It allows visitors to understand what you’re all about and often times it is a pivotal means of navigation.
Designing a webpage isn’t a one-time ordeal. Once a WordPress website is up and running, it should be remodeled occasionally, touched-up often and consistently in a state of review by the designers.
The age of instant-gratification has fully seeped into the business world, causing customers to expect their demands to be met in a flash. This can be taxing on a company, but unfortunately if you don’t adapt to this pace it’ll certainly be difficult to stay in the running amongst heavy competition.
When someone visits your website, you definitely want to create trust so that the visitor has the confidence to further engage with your company.
If you’re anything like me, you know that it’s time for a WordPress website makeover, you just haven’t gotten around to it. Trust me, I get it.
By now you’re probably wanting to step up your SEO game, and if you’ve read our recent article, you know that the Yoast SEO plugin in WordPress is the right way to go about it.
By now we all know that SEO improves the rankings and success of any website. If you’ve read our article about optimizing SEO you’ll be well aware of the fact that there’s a lot you can do yourself to kickstart that process.
Imagine your industry’s ideal super consumer: eager to spend, searching for his next rewarding purchase and landing on your website. Now imagine that consumer looking confused, searching frantically for how to buy this newfound treasure, and then giving up; only to return to Google to purchase a similar item from your competitor. Sadly, this is how many stories end in the merciless reality of the worldwide web.
When I was 18 years old I was offered an internship position at a start-up company in Silicon Valley. Two days later I found myself on a flight from Chicago to San Francisco, nervous and still in shock over the exciting opportunity.
It’s time to get with the times and discover the latest web design trend hitting the cloud. What is that you may ask? One-page WordPress websites!
By now, many of us are tired of hearing the term “Search Engine Optimization”, so let’s explore a concept that’s a bit more fresh and exciting; one that’s equally as influential to the success of your Wordpress website and to your business as a whole: Conversion Rate Optimization.
If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably spent days, weeks, maybe even months planning, editing and working on the design of your website. If you’ve meticulously designed your content to fit your style and design, you wouldn’t want to slap your site with a generic Google Map, would you?
So you’ve finally done it! You’ve got your domain name, registered on WordPress and bought your theme. Now what? I remember asking myself the same thing.
When it comes to grabbing your viewer’s attention, the visual design of your WordPress website is arguably more influential than the written content or the service itself. You want it to be love at first sight for everyone that lands on your page, otherwise you’ll lose a lot of leads.