The Latest Web Design Trends in eCommerce

When it comes to web design, ecommerce is usually looked at as the most basic of them all and while that’s not untrue, ecommerce web design has developed quite significantly over the years. From things like responsive design to easy-to-use shopping carts, many improvements have been made to make the buying experience easier for the customer.

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5 Content Strategies That Drive Traffic

What company doesn’t love traffic? After all, traffic leads to page views and page views can lead to new (or returning) customers. If you’ve been having trouble guiding people to your website, we have a few content strategy suggestions for you.

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On Marketing to Millennials…

The term “millennials” refers to those born between the early 1980s and mid-1990s and when it comes to lifestyles, the millennial lifestyle is much different than those before it. Millennials grew up with the boom of electronics, technology, and social media, which means they respond to marketing efforts differently than older and younger generations.

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4 Reasons Your Digital Marketing Needs a Strategy

The days of traditional marketing are long gone and the world of digital marketing has taken over. While it’s easy to want to jump right into the many opportunities of internet marketing, our experts suggest having a strategy. With a set strategy, you’ll be able to stay true to your efforts and make a bigger impact on your audience. Other strategy benefits include.

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Responsive Image Solutions

Images on mobile devices have become a hot button issue as of late. Aside from the recent surge in responsive design compatibility, the reason for this, according to Estelle Weyl of Smashing Magazine is because, “no one likes any of the solutions thus far.“

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5 Email Marketing Trends to Consider

Email marketing has been around for ages, and it’s still a popular way to keep in touch with your customers. Did you know that according to SimplyCast.com, 74% of people prefer to receive emails over any other form of marketing? If you’re trying to keep up with the latest trends, try these practices.

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Mobile Efforts for Branding, Not Sales

Mobile devices have become incredibly popular and have redefined the way we surf the Internet, connect with friends and family, purchase products, and more. With such an increase in mobile, businesses have incorporated it as a large part of their marketing strategies – but not for sales… for branding.

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