Just about anyone who has been on the internet in the past couple of decades has fallen victim to the unfortunate fraud of contact form ambiguity. You fill out a form in order to get some information or to be contacted by someone, only to
Earlier this week I wrote a controversial piece about responsive website design that brought the ire of professionals within my industry and a flood of emails calling me all sorts of names. Yes, there were those who agreed as well, but they were the minority.
There’s been a lot of time, money and energy put into the company website–only to find that it runs about as fast as a turtle. What’s causing this slow-moving phenomenon?
The “Daily Deals” model has been a rocky road of late for companies like Groupon and Living Social, but Dealers United has shown tremendous success in it’s “Deal of the Month” offerings to car dealers. This month’s deal, a website and SEO offer with KPA,
The vast majority of websites are not targeting properly. It’s that simple. They’re doing the “spray and pray” technique (if you’re not a first person shooter fan, sorry for confusing you) which can still be effective in bulk, but it’s definitely less elegant and about
Nobody. If you check your analytics, you’ll find that an extremely small portion of your website visitors are pushing the buttons you worked so hard to position on your website’s homepage. A recent batch of data that I saw (that I, unfortunately, cannot reference yet)
Sometimes, a URL leads you to exactly what you expect. Other times, it takes you to blank pages, advertising link pages, or just plain dumb stuff. This list of 10 (plus 4 dishonorable mentions) includes excellent domain names with great type-in traffic (at least they