When it comes to developing a successful website, it takes more than just slapping some images onto a colored background. In reality, a good design has more to do with website color psychology than what you might think. In fact, as many as 40 percent of visitors may not return if they don’t like the appearance of a site. So, what can you do to improve conversions? Continue reading “This is How Color Psychology Affects Website Conversions”
Is your website protected with a Secure Sockets Layer? If you don’t have the “https:” prefix on your site, then the answer is probably, “No.” Unfortunately, this might cause problems getting and retaining visitors in the near future. In fact, Chrome users will get an SSL warning in 2017 which may hurt your site’s performance. Continue reading “Chrome to Label Sites as ‘Not Secure’ and How You Can Avoid It”
There is more to developing a successful eCommerce platform than simply making sure you have products for sale. In today’s economy, it’s all about delivering a superior customer experience. Because of the sheer number of competing online stores, you’ll need every advantage available. Continue reading “Top 20 Ecommerce Tips that will Quickly Improve Your Revenue”
Design plays a major role in whether or not visitors will continue to read your content. A poor layout or color scheme could drive away potential sales or stop people from sharing your site on social media. Typography is part of the design strategy and may prove beneficial when engaging visitors.
Typography has a way of creating a unique look and feel for a website. Different fonts can inspire emotional connections while others simply make the material easy to read. Luckily, there are plenty of typography plugins for WordPress to choose from. Many are capable of using some of the best free fonts you can find online. Continue reading “16 WordPress Typography Plugins that Will Make Your Site Awesome”
Unless you have been living under a rock, you’ve most certainly have heard about Hurricane Harvey and the devastation it has caused in Houston, Texas and the surrounding areas.
Hurricane Harvey dumped an estimated 27 trillion gallons of water on Texas and Lousiana and is looking to be one of the most damaging natural disasters in U.S history. Tens of thousands have been forced to evacuate their homes and while we won’t know the ultimate toll on life and property for sometime, current estimates are pegging $75 billion dollars worth of damage — even worse, the death toll continues to rise.
The Impact to GreenGeeks
The impacts of Hurricane Harvey hits close to home for GreenGeeks, a rather large portion of our team is located in Texas, particularly in Houston — good news is that our team has been accounted for and is safe. Our decision to diversify our staff across the globe meant that we were able to continue to support our customers during a disaster, albeit, slower than normal.
Continue reading “Hurricane Harvey: Its impact on GreenGeeks & Our Relief Effort”
Twitter is one of the top popular platforms for consumers and brands alike. Although it doesn’t grow in terms of active users as fast as other social sites, it’s still a highly used platform. Learning how to use Twitter effectively can help boost a brand’s reputation and drive fans to make purchases. Continue reading “7 Expert Tips That Will Make You A Pro At Twitter For Business”
WordPress is an amazing tool when you need to build a website fast. It provides form, function and ease of use whether you’re new to web design or a seasoned professional. However, you still need to put effort into search engine optimization if you want to drive traffic.
Just over 59 percent of the market share of content management systems belong to WordPress. This is partly because of how easy the system is to use in terms of managing content and tools. Continue reading “Top WordPress SEO Tips That Will Make Your Traffic Skyrocket”
How often have you been away from the office and realized you needed an important file? Perhaps you’re working in the office and want to take a file home to finish only you forgot to bring a flash drive and have to spend time emailing the document to yourself. Dropbox is the answer to all of that. Continue reading “The Ultimate Guide to Using Dropbox for Business”
In the past, being an entrepreneur required a great deal of capital. It was common place to take out loans if you didn’t have the money to put into growing a business. This process made it very difficult for new companies to get off the ground. Nowadays, the process has been simplified. Continue reading “11 Reasons Why This is the Best Time to Become an Entrepreneur”
There’s no doubt that Google Analytics is an invaluable source of information. The data you can collect will help in everything from developing content strategies to marketing campaigns. Learning how to read all of the free reports available will impact how your site develops. Continue reading “Here are 16 Google Analytics Reports that will Make You a Smart Marketer”