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For business owners and website managers, finding new ways to improve website traffic is a high priority.
One of the most commonly overlooked ways to improve website traffic is through the use of social media networks. According to a report by Shareaholic, social media was responsible for over 30% of overall referral traffic to websites, making it the second-largest source of website traffic after search engines.
You take pride in your website.
Your site shows who your business is, what you stand for, and who you hope to sell to. It is a curated experience, meant to show the very best of what your business has to offer. Your website is, often, the first impression potential customers get of your business.
In today’s digital world, your business’s digital footprint matters. How you present your brand identity on the web says a lot about who you are as a company, and if you hope to gain customers and clients via your presence on the web, you need to make a strong impression.
Welcome back to another entry in the Legend Web Works series “Employee Spotlight!”
In this series, we sit down with our employees to discuss their role, personal interests, and how they make Legend Web Works a better place to work.
Welcome to the first entry in the new Legend Web Works series “Employee Spotlight” where we will sit down with our employees to discuss their role, personal interests, and how they make Legend Web Works a better place to work.
You know Legend Web Works as a superior website development and digital marketing firm, now it’s time to meet the team.
What is a Bounce Rate and Why is it Important?
You run a website. You want to keep people on your site to make sales and advertise key features of your business.
But, when you look at the analytics you see that your site has a high bounce rate. In short, people are coming to your site and then leaving after only a few seconds!
In today’s world, every small business needs a comprehensive social media page (or two).
Many customers prefer to research a business online over any other medium. Word-of-mouth can be an effective way to draw in new business, but it cannot be your sole source of prospects and leads.
Social media may be the single most effective tool to advertise your business for free.
But have you ever wondered, how can I make it easier for future clients and customers to find me on social media?
We all want more traffic on our sites.
After all, traffic indicates interest and interest creates sales. However, building traffic on your site can be difficult, especially with dozens of competitors trying to accomplish the same goal, and vying for sales from a small group of customers.
A Day in the Life of a Project Manager
Welcome back for another entry in the series “A Day in the Life of...” where we take a moment to explore the different roles and positions at Legend Web Works, and what those employees have learned during their time in their specific position. â€¯
Join us as we chat with Alyssa DeWitt to learn more about her position as a Project Manager and how she makes a difference for our clients every day!
Website data is one of the most powerful tools you have at your disposal.
It tells you how many people visited your webpage, how long they stayed, what they clicked on, and more. This information can tell you how to manage your resources online. Mainly, what is working, and what is not.