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12 Biggest Content and Web Design Mistakes Marketers Make During a Website Redesign
Web Design Mistakes. You know you want a site that performs - one that brings in quality traffic and drives qualified leads.
8 ways to generate revenue if your doors are shut
Here are a few ways your brick-and-mortar business can continue to generate revenue even if your business doors are shut.
Why Social Is Not a Substitute for a Website
Used together, social media and a website create a powerful web presence. Social media attracts your audience, and a professional website provides you with the space to demonstrate what your brand has to offer.
WordPress User Roles and Permissions Beginner’s Guide
If you’re the only person running your website, you’ve probably never had to think about WordPress user roles. However, if you ever need to give other people access to your WordPress site, WordPress user roles are essential for controlling what actions the various users at your site are permitted to take.
How To Secure Your Web App With HTTP Headers
Web applications, be they thin websites or thick single-page apps, are notorious targets for cyber-attacks. In 2016, approximately 40% of data breaches originated from attacks on web apps — the leading attack pattern.
Top Web Design Blogs to Follow
Every web designer, design agency, or somebody who works with websites must keep themselves up to date with the latest goings on in the world of web design. That’s why I suggest you to follow established web design blogs, which produce a constant stream of content. So I here’s a list of the most popular web design blogs I advise you to follow.
53 Tech Terms You Need to Know as a UX Designer
A-Z list of tech terms related to UX with explanations in plain English. Learn about cache, data science, and A/B testing.
15 Things To Remove From Your Website Immediately
Although you can put everything on your website, please don’t. Here are 15 things that should never go on a website, under any circumstances.
Lead Generation: Website Best Practices
There are dozens of little factors involved in lead generation. Some do it well, but most don’t. The difference is in the site. A lead generation website has a specific set of pages, each with specific elements. Let’s break it down.
Do You Want One Marshmallow Now? Or Two In 15 minutes?
We’re all familiar with the marshmallow test. We know that humans are not good at delaying gratification. Because anything that’s worth it in life requires you to do tedious work that has ZERO short-term gratification.
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