Website navigation is the process of moving around between pages, or between sections of a page, on a certain site. If you run a website, particularly an e-commerce website, there are a handful of quick and easy top tips that will ensure visitors to your site are able to navigate your online property smoothly.
Recently, I came across a new service called TripleChecker.com which provides automated spelling, grammar, and broken link error checking for websites.
This article has been written by Mike Khorev
. Mike is an SEO consultant who helps SaaS, software, IT, technology, B2B, and startup companies generate more sales and grow revenue online. He offers expert advice on marketing your company the right way through performance-based SEO, inbound marketing, conversion rate optimization, search engine marketing, and many other online practices.
For SaaS companies, a functional website is very important as a digital storefront to showcase the SaaS company and products to the target customers. A website can be the SaaS company’s best lead generation device, but no matter how good the website is, it won’t bring your business any value if your ideal audience can’t find it.
Your website is your business’s window to the world, and while there are tons of ways that you can reach your audience, a poorly designed website will end up hurting you in the end.
This article has been contributed by Chehak Wadhwa
. Chehak is a Creative Head at webdew
and has an intensive 10+ Years of Experience in Designing and Creating animated explainer videos. She has produced 500+ Videos with her team including some of the well-known brands in the market like UBER, Microsoft, T-Mobile, Calendar, etc.
Video marketing is not new, and the industry got familiar with it in 2016 when it made its advent. Way back, the companies who showed trust in the visual marketing form gradually received exciting results, witnessing immense return on investment.
How is your digital marketing going? Isn’t that something of a loaded question? It already assumes that you have a strategy in place and that you are working towards a plan.
This article has been written by Louise Marie. Louise shares a passion for creative writing and enjoys being detail-oriented in her work. Working as an SEO specialist and copy editor has increased her ability to meet new challenges with an open mind. A degree in Industrial Technology (Major in Computer Technology) also made Louise “tech-savvy,” and she prides herself on her ability to recognize the latest trends and technologies in the digital industry. She hopes to someday visit many of the best dessert places across the globe. She’s also a proud “parent” to six beautiful cats.
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