All about website call to action (CTAs), tips & examples
Creating a website footer - why is it so important & what your should include
CTA stands for “Call To Action” and is how you guide your website visitor towards an action that you want them to take. They are typically buttons, forms or hyperlinks.
It's important to guide your visitors through your website using strategic CTAs.
In this article I explore each element with some ideas you can use.
When to use a one page website instead of a full one?
Footer is one of the most important elements of a website - It is where visitors look for information and take action – your phone number, social links or find a page on the site.
6 tips for a website contact page that converts
A one-page website – also referred to as ‘landing page’ or ‘scrolling site’ is a growing trend – but when should you set up a one-page site instead of a full website?
It is important to think strategically as this solution is not for everyone and in some cases, it is a temporary solution.
To help you think strategically about this, here are some points / questions to ask before making the decision.
The importance of adding a 'favicon' to your website
A contact page is one of the most important pages of any website – it is not the first page potential customers land on, but it is what is known the ‘call to action’ page where visitors ‘take action’,
Getting visitors to your contact page is not easy so when they do it is important to make it easy for them to act.
How to create a great coming soon page
Recently Google introduced changes to how it displays mobile search results. Mobile search results now display a website’s icon (also know as Favicon) and name above the title of the URL.
How to improve my google business listing
A website coming soon page is a great digital marketing tool as it helps creating a buzz for your new website and establish your online presence.
Top Tips for landing pages
Yesterday, I attended a Google Digital Garage Workshop. The topic was “Be found on Google Search and Maps” and it covered mainly the importance of setting up and making the most of a Google Business Listing.
Here are my key takes from the day and my recommendations on how to make the most out of your Google My Business Listing.
How to create a personal brand website
When the term ‘landing pages’ is used in marketing it is often referred one page specifically designed for a specific action – for example purchase a product , attend an event or a sign up.
Sharing policies on your website
Do you need a personal brand website? With the help of a few experts from my community I have put together a few tips to help you create a personal brand website.
How to use an infographic for digital marketing
Policies on your website. A guide to your options.
How to ask for reviews on Google
An Interview with a graphic designer about infographics.
How to write for a website
A screen shot tutorial to help you get your Google Reviews URL that you can send to your customers to be reviewed.
4 things that can go wrong with your website
An Interview with a Professional Copywriter
Branding for the web - how to make your brand work digitally.
One of the problems I come across is businesses that have a website built that is never touched again once it goes live.
Do I need an SSL certificate for my website?
An Interview with a branding specialist
How can a VA help you with your business website?
Make sure your website Is secure and up to date.
Five Ways To Attract Millennials To Your Company Website
An Interview with a Virtual Assistant
Why NOT to build a website in 10 minutes
A website should appeal to the generation it is targeting and if Millennials are part of your target market your website should appeals to them as well.
What I learnt from my Japan Holiday and how I will apply on my business
You’ve seen the ads (by Go Daddy & Wix for example) - a business owner with no technical skills can build a website in 10 minutes…. giving start-ups the impression that building a website is an easy and quick task.
Holidays, time for a break, spend time with the family, explore, relax and recharge. My ideal holiday is a trip to a new place where I spend time exploring a new place or culture. I find that by doing that I get inspired and recharged and come back with more energy and new ideas for my business.
I recently spent 2.5 weeks in Japan with my family and here are some insights and things I learnt on my holiday.