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How To Design A Landing Page That Really “Converts”

by Param Chahal

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Fancying about steady conversions from your website’s landing page, but with no or little success? Do you want to send traffic to campaign-centered specific pages and expect the visitors to turn into buyers as soon as they arrive or “land” on your page? We guess- Yes! High converting landing pages is an inherent wish of every inbound marketer out there to promote a business online whether it’s B2B or B2C. Also true is that it is one of the biggest challenges faced by the marketers.

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On Page SEO – An Essential Nutrient For Your Website

by Alana Berge

ON Page SEO How to Implement Effectively on your WordPress Website Blog

SEO, Search Engine Optimization plays a significant role in optimizing the number of conversions on your website. There are simply a set of rules so as to improve the quality of your website and make it easily navigated and accessed. These act as ground rules on which websites act so as to improve and roll in some significant search engine traffic. And as specified in the Searchmetrics ranking factors, Content holds the ruling power, it is the king.

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8 Quick Tips To Follow For a Mobile friendly Website

by Bryan Lazaris

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The research from Smart Insights portrays 80% of web users own a smartphone. The statistics reveal how internet usage has multiplied in the last few years. So, all those businesses that are giving a jumpstart to winning the heart of their consumers should habituate an efficient responsive design approach. A mobile friendly website design revamps the design in a way so that it accommodates various screens across multiple mobile platforms.

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How to Install Google Analytics on WordPress Manually (without plugin)

by Sam Cyrus

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Google Analytics is one of the most valuable tools available for websites, and what makes it a favorite of everyone is the fact that it’s free to use. You can use it to evaluate what’s working and what’s not working with your website, and it’s a great source of information about your website visitors. With more and more businesses using WordPress to develop their websites, it’s important to know the ins and outs of installing Google Analytics to work with your WordPress business website.

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