With so much focus placed on web performance and optimisation, content distribution networks (CDN) are vital for delivering content. These networks can help your business perform better, reduce costs and retain more customers.
Speed may not be recommended for driving but it is essential for website performance. In fact, it’s so important that Google has made website page speed part of their ranking algorithm. This, of course, means it can help or hinder your brand’s online visibility.
For some time now there has been a direct correlation between website page speed, bounce rate and visitor retention. While improving website page speed is challenging for many marketers, it is necessary for almost all aspects of a brand’s marketing performance.
Far and away, the best thing about landing pages – whether you already have them or are just getting started – is their ability to help you convert more leads without increasing traffic by a single website visitor. Consider that in most cases, increasing your website’s conversion rate by a measly 1% will improve your bottom line more than doubling your website’s traffic numbers. Continue reading
Electronic commerce, or eCommerce as it’s more commonly known is the process of selling goods or services online utilising digital payment and a website with a shopping cart. The rise of eCommerce has allowed small businesses to compete with global brands and reach customers half a world away. A virtual shop requires far less initial investment and on-going maintenance than a bricks and mortar location whilst offering almost infinite space for products. Just as in the offline world a business may choose to sell their products not only in their own ‘store’ but in multiple larger stores, this is where eCommerce becomes a multichannel selling revolution. A business can sell their products on a dozen of their own eCommerce websites, a dozen marketplaces like Amazon, Ebay or Etsy and also offline in shops or at trade shows.