Did you know that a new visitor to your website will form a first impression in two-tenths of a second! In about 2.6 seconds users will focus their attention on the area that most influences their first impression. These statics come from eye-tracking studies conducted at the Missouri University of Science and Technology. And while great content helps, first impressions are 94% related to a website’s design.
Taking high quality pictures with a variety of devices is getting easier with today's technology. Unfortunately, higher quality means larger image file sizes which slows a web page's loading time or, in some cases, break the page completely. This video demonstrates how to quickly optimize these images for the web using a great free resource:
When's the last time you were thinking about a product or service only to find yourself jumping on to Google to do some research? An interesting infographic on a day in the life of the internet from May, 2013 outlined that more than 1.7 billion people world wide use the internet everyday, with 62% using it for research. If you don't have a website for your business, odds are that you're missing out!
Located fifteen minutes southwest of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Moonlake Golf & Country Club is a beautiful 27 hole Scottish Links style championship golf course. With this website redesign, mobile first was an important consideration and having quick contact and tee-time links took top priority.
What is the ideal keyword density? Google's Matt Cutts put together a great video a few years ago that helps explain why your page's content/copy should follow a natural common sense approach, vs. repeating the same keywords over and over in hopes of boosting your page's rankings. His advice still holds true today.