Do you know if your Website is mobile friendly? Have you heard conflicting opinions? Are you feeling the pressure to do something? If so, do you really need to change your Website? With the stampede towards Mobile friendly websites, many Website owners could, needlessly, be investing in a new Website when their existing site was perfectly fine.
Do you have a new website and want it to be successful? Do you want as many people as possible to visit? Or have you a poorly performing site that no-one is visiting? If so, this article will describe twelve steps you can take to help attract more visitors to your website, leading to more success and sales. Although it is not "rocket science", experience tells us, many businesses fail to implement even the simplest of steps to give their website every chance to succeed.
Are you worried about how long people are staying on your website? In fact, do you know how long they are staying, at all? If so, then this article will give you an idea of the average amount of time most people spend on a website and what factors you need to be aware of. The results are based on website statistics, compiled from over 300 small business websites.
If you are a Website Owner, there are some simple steps you can take to stop or, significantly, reduce the amount of Spam hitting your Inbox. This relates to implementing a sensible Email strategy and taking steps to protect your On-line Forms from Spam Bots.
With the release of IE10, Microsoft are no longer supporting conditional comments. Although this is a good step, there will still be instances when you will want to create an IE 10 only style. This article will explain what you have to do, to make your web page display properly in IE10. The code has been taken from the Rogie website and simplified for the less technical.