Posts in User Experience

Live Chat

Maximize Your Website’s Potential with Live Chat

August 24th, 2016 Posted by Close Leads Into Customers, Personalization, User Experience, Web Design No Comment yet

Create a personalized, interactive buying experience by incorporating live chat in your website. Read about the benefits of this human interaction and some tips to get started.

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5 Conversion Rate Optimization Tips for Mobile

August 2nd, 2016 Posted by Mobile Marketing, User Experience No Comment yet

Mobile traffic has surpassed desktop and optimizing your conversion rate for mobile is now essential. Consider the mobile user experience with these 5 tips.

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5 Ways to Give Customers the Love They Deserve

July 21st, 2016 Posted by Delight My Customers, User Experience No Comment yet

Raise your hand if your business needs customers…Right. With these 5 unique approaches, you can provide your customers a wonderful experience and in turn have great brand recognition.

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5 Website Must-Haves to Capitalize On and Attract Traffic

July 20th, 2016 Posted by Attract Visitors, Blogging, Close Leads Into Customers, Email Marketing, Marketing Strategy, SEO & Keyword Researach, Social Advertising, Social Publishing, User Experience No Comment yet

We all want to have more website visitors. But how can that be made possible with so many other similar website competitors? The key is to believe that you can drive traffic to your website and to follow these 5 easy steps.

Website Visitor

Uncover Your Visitor’s Intent With These 4 Tactics

January 22nd, 2016 Posted by Convert Visitors Into Leads, Marketing Strategy, User Experience No Comment yet

Uncovering your visitor’s intent is easier than ever. Here are 4 things you can do today to start speaking to and learning from your website’s visitors.

Inside the Connecticut Weekender’s new responsive design

January 20th, 2013 Posted by Mobile Marketing, User Experience, Web Design No Comment yet

Like most websites, the Connecticut Weekender’s traffic has increasingly become more closely split between mobile/tablet visitors and traditional desktop visitors. Most of these mobile visits are originating from people searching for things to do on the weekend while out and about, or from conversations occurring on social media channels like Twitter & Facebook.

Turning a 404 error into an opportunity

July 26th, 2012 Posted by User Experience, Web Design No Comment yet

Coming across a “404: Page Not Found” error can feel like hitting a brick wall. On many large websites, a 404 page can easily become one of the top 10 most heavily viewed pages, despite a web team’s best efforts to identify and fix broken links.