7 Key Elements for an Effective Sales Page

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Still struggling to generate conversions with your sales page? Convincing a prospect to purchase your advertised product or service is difficult enough in person, but making a sale is even harder to accomplish when it's done online. Consumers today are more reluctant than ever to purchase products or services through a website from companies they don't know. Today we're going to reveal some helpful tips on how to create an effective sales page that generates conversions. Craft an Eye-Catching Headline According to CopyBlogger, approximately 80% of users will skim the headline of a sales p...

WordPress to Develop Accelerated Mobile Pages Plugin

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As more and more Internet users toss out their clunky desktops in favor of smaller and more convenient mobile devices, there's a greater emphasis placed on creating mobile-friendly websites. But just because your website looks fine on a smartphone or tablet doesn't necessarily mean that it's properly optimized for mobile compatibility. Mobile devices often render pages more slowly than desktops, which may cause some users to click the back button in their browser before waiting for the site to load. Accelerated Mobile Pages Project This has prompted Google to launch its Accelerated Mobile...

Breaking Down the Cost of Blogging

Thinking of starting a blog? Whether it's for personal or commercial purposes (or both), you'll need to make sure you have the necessary funds to get started. There's an initial investment required with all ventures, and blogging is no exception. So today we're going to break down the cost of blogging, revealing exactly how much it costs. Domain Registration First and foremost, you'll need to register a domain name for your blog. Depending on the extension (e.g. com, net, info, org) and the registrar, you can expect to pay around $10-$20/year for a domain. Of course, you can also create a...

Report: WordPress Remains The #1 CMS

There are dozens of content management systems (CMS) available, some of which include Drupal, Jooma, Business Catalyst, BigCommerce, Blogger and Tumblr just to name a few. However, WordPress remains the single most popular and widely used CMS for content-driven websites, according to a new report published by CodeGuard. The cloud-based data backup and monitoring service provider claims that approximately 79% of all content websites are powered by WordPress, with Drupal coming in at a distant second with just 72.%, and Drupal with 5.3%. This begs the question, why do so many webmasters and b...

Choosing a Hosting Service For Your Blog

One of the steps in launching a blog is signing up for a web hosting service. The hosting company will host your blog's files and database, displaying your blog on the Internet for the world to see. But with so many different web hosts out there, ranging in price, service, speed and reliability, how to you know which one to choose? When you sign up for a web host, you'll have to choose which type of account is right for your needs. The three main types of web hosting accounts are as follows: Shared – several customers (usually hundreds or thousands) share resources on a single serve...