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Images are a big part of every website these days. Whether you're trying to sell products, promote a service, or get people interested in your blog posts, images play an important role.
However, there's more to it than just slapping the first image that comes up onto your website and calling it good. That could actually end up doing more harm than good if you don't optimize them properly for search engine optimization and site speed.
In addition to decreasing bounce rates, faster loading pages can lead to increased time spent per visit, more conversions and higher revenue for your company.
If you want to improve your ranking in Google's search results and increase traffic/sales from people who land on your site, learn about site speed.
Do we agree that repainting your car while the engine doesn't run is pretty useless?
Likewise, a slick looking web design without a website platform that can get it ranked on Google isn't going to get you anywhere either.
While high quality content is still king, the technical side of your SEO (the guts of how your website platform processes everything) is now even more important.
You wouldn't use a drill to hammer in a nail, would you?
Well, maybe if you were desperate and willing to use any tool to just get by for the time being.
Trying to fit your business into a prebuilt theme or out-of-the-box template is much the same. It gets the job done, but you aren't going to be satisfied with the results for long.
You’re bound and determined to make your website start generating sales and leads 24/7! You have your day blocked out and you’re ready to get to work. But where do you
The process of optimizing your website pages and content to be indexed in Google’s search results is called Search Engine Optimization (SEO). A highly optimized site with a steady flow of organic traffic from the
Last Updated February 16, 2021 We do not use out-of-the-box website builder software like WordPress. Gasp! We know. With 39% of the web built on WordPress you can see why it’s a natural gravitation for web designers.
Have you ever been browsing the web on your phone and then prompted to Add to home screen? That is the gentle prompting of a Progressive Web App (PWA). If you own a smart phone a PWA is a fluid mobile web