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Website Design

3 Keys to Focus on When Upgrading Your Website

August 25th, 2016 Posted by Web Design No Comment yet

Effectively capturing inbound visitors is simple if you upgrade your website with the right brand image, functionality and design, and a target audience. Read about how you can do just that!

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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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3 Surprisingly Simple Content Tips to Boost Your Inbound Marketing

August 1st, 2016 Posted by Content Marketing, Convert Visitors Into Leads, Web Design No Comment yet

Think there is no way to improve your content? Read about 3 surprisingly easy tips that can enhance your content and lead to better conversion rates.

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4 Opportunities to Optimize Your Website in Under 5 Minutes

July 25th, 2016 Posted by Attract Visitors, Blogging, SEO & Keyword Researach, Web Design No Comment yet

Don’t overlook these 4 places on your website when trying to fully optimize your opportunities. Learn how each of these can be done in just 5 minutes!

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.