Small Business Blog

Top 7 Mistakes in Web Design
An attractive, usable web design will help users spend more time on your site and trust you and your business more. If you want your visitors to associate you with quality, set yourself apart by avoiding these top mistakes in website design.
Improve Your Social Networking Strategy in 20 Minutes
Google Plus, and Facebook, and Twitter – oh my! Social networking certainly has its advantages for website owners, but trying to figure out how to master all of these various sites can be overwhelming. If you’re a new website owner, you’ve likely read articles talking about how important it is to be active with social media. And it’s true – social networking is booming, and it’s a great way to both improve your website’s search engine optimization and to connect directly with your target audience.
5 Essential Strategies to Get Traffic to Your Site
If you build it, they will come – right?! Unfortunately, what works for Field of Dreams doesn’t work nearly as well for our websites, and with good reason. According to Mashable, nearly 150,000 new URLs are added to the web each day, which means that you’re up against some pretty stiff competition to get your site noticed!
How to Maximize Your Website Conversions
Is it possible to make more money from your website without getting any more traffic? Yes: increase your conversion rate! The conversion rate of a website is the percentage of people who take a specific action on your site. Yes, sales are one type of conversion, but other website conversions to be paying attention to are the number of newsletter sign-ups or accounts created.
10 Ways to Boost Sales From Your Website
Why would you want to increase sales on your website? That’s probably a question you can answer. How can you increase those sales? That’s a harder question. Here are a few recommendations for your own ecommerce store, so you can make some changes and see the results.
Words That Sell: How to Beef Up Your Website’s Sales Copy
If the words “sales copy” make you think of popular Mad Men character Don Draper and other advertising stereotypes, stop right there! The truth is that every website “sells” something, whether you’re vending physical products, trying to capture leads for an offline business or even just trying to convince people to follow your line of thinking. And since we all “sell” online, we all need to be concerned about making the sales copy found on our websites as effective as possible.

Pages

Follow Us:

Follow Homestead on Facebook Follow Homestead on Twitter Follow Homestead on Google+
Follow Homestead on YouTube Follow Homestead on Pinterest