E-Commerce sites are becoming more and more popular. Here at Kismet, we are currently creating e-commerce sites with Shopify.com and have just started to explore more options like Magento and WooCommerce! Customers love that they are fast, affordable, and allow customization!
I think this is a great article for small business. Like we say, “Your website should show your full potential, not your start up budget!”
Small businesses are notorious for being at the bottom of the totem pole when it comes to website design. After taking a look at the website for the business I will be working for the duration of the semester I decided to come up with some quick fixes to help with website boo boos and uh ohs. Although these changes may take some time to do, I would dare to say they are imperative to beginning to have a presence on the internet. I will preface my proposed website fixes by saying I have no educational background in web design or anything close to it but in the past I did work with a small business to revamp their website (and did so successfully).
5 Website Design Fixes:
1. Keep It Simple: Don’t over load a webpage because you feel that all of the information is important. Shorten down the…
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“Search Engine Optimization” is simply making your website easy for search engines to read. It allows them to understand your website, and what it’s about. They look at your page titles, url structure, content, titles within a page, and more. So, if your site cannot be read correctly, search engines cannot understand you, and therefore, are less likely to recommend you in a search. Luckily, we are here to help! We have the resources, technology, and knowledge to help you become the talk of the town! I mean search engine!
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When was the last time you looked at your website from your smart phone or iPad?
You might be surprised to learn that the layout, the graphics and the design are not showing up correctly because desktop websites were not created to be seen on a mobile device. Websites that have not been designed with a smart phones and iPads in mind, are usually not compatible with a mobile device and will in all likelihood appear smaller than you anticipated, contain much larger images and be hard for clients to read.
What you may ask is the difference between having a desktop website and a mobile website? The answer is simple. When a visitor tries to reach your website on their smart phone, if it’s not user-friendly, it may show up distorted and difficult to navigate, which of course can’t be good for business.