What your customers want

Posted on May 31, 2016 at 2:01 pm

With every website you should always consider what the customer wants. IT may be that your site is purely there to give information, if so you need to make sure that the information given is up to date, easy to read and also easy to find (not hidden within many pages on the site.) If your website is an ecommerce one and allows you to sell products and services, then you should ensure that the check out process is as easy as possible. You may wish to build a login area to allow customers to place an order to an existing address, track the order and possibly even amend the order within a certain time frame. Websites that also allow people to check out without creating a full account work well, as some people just want to place a quick order without creating an account with you at this time.



Posted in Development

Social Giants Taking Over?

Posted on May 27, 2016 at 5:52 pm

Social Media Giants, Facebook’s new Save Button for the web businesses can now copy and paste simple code into their articles and allow those articles to be saved to Facebook for the user to read later. Now users can read all their favorite articles in one place in an environment over 1 billion people are already familiar with: Facebook. To add to that, Facebook launched Instant Articles, allowing publishers all over the web to format their articles for users to read right inside Facebook. Users in essence never have to leave Facebook to read your blog. Get them to like your page, perhaps mark it as “See First” or a favorite or add it to a list, and now when they see your articles in their feed they can click on the articles and click the “Save” button to save it for reading later. We guess it’s rest in peace to the RSS feed!

Posted in Web Marketing