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Web content development — What to include on 5 core website pages

Do you have a website in the works, but aren’t sure where to start when it comes to the content? You’re not alone. A lot of small business owners and entrepreneurs face this problem — after all, there aren’t enough hours in the day to handle the tasks that are within your wheelhouse. Add web content development to your list of tasks, and you might find yourself staring at a blank screen, blinking cursor demanding words you can’t seem to find.

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Often digital marketers, web designers and developers, and growing businesses get caught up with blogging, website design and social media marketing — forgetting about the quality of their website.
Your pages are vital for increasing conversions, boosting the number of sites willing to link to you, and improving your exposure and on-page SEO. Website optimization tools are essential to improving your site’s performance. They can help you optimize for keywords, improve speed, and increase your conversion rate.
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Few online marketing strategies exist in a vacuum. The online world allows for instant navigation, instant gratification, interconnected networking, and endless multitasking. It seems only appropriate that businesses take advantage of these qualities to tie their best marketing strategies together for a mutually beneficial result.

Much in the same way that content marketing can enhance and benefit from SEO, social media and email marketing have a mutually conducive relationship. Social media marketing gets a significant amount of attention from marketers these days, but email marketing is an underrated tactic in the online marketing lineup. The Direct Marketing Association estimates email marketing yields a 4,300% return on investment (ROI). That’s a big deal.

What to consider before you subcontract freelance work

Many freelancers know this problem all too well: At some point, you just can’t take on any more clients. You run out of time and energy, and your income potential hits a ceiling because you just can’t do anymore by yourself. It might be time to consider whether to subcontract freelance work.

A service-based business can’t scale, right? Well, that’s not entirely true.

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3 core MVP factors
Techopedia defines the MVP as “the most pared down version of a product that can still be released,” and lists three crucial attributes of any minimum viable product:

1.Monetary value where people will consider buying it.
2.Enough benefit before even being launched so that early adopters will show interest.
3.A feedback loop to guide future development.

There is no one-size-fits-all formula for coming up with your business’s minimum viable product — but by keeping these three factors in mind, you’ll be off to a strong start.

Is your office ready for Global Employee Health and Fitness Month?

Creating a healthy workplace not only benefits employees — it can also help the bottomline by increasing productivity. In fact, the CDC found that companies with outstanding safety, health and environmental initiatives performed better than the S&P 500 by three to five percent. And what better time to focus on your organization’s health and fitness programs than May: Global Employee Health and Fitness Month (GEHFM).

Don’t build your brand until you have a minimum viable product

When you start a brand, you often feel a sense of urgency. You want to get as much attention as possible, quickly meet new audiences, grow a following on social media, and drive traffic to your website. But if you’re focused on promoting your brand before you have a minimum viable product or minimum marketable product, you’re missing a step.

When you think about how to find inspiration, look to an unlikely source — your competition. It makes you better. Competitive analysis is defined as work to identify your competitors and evaluate their strategies, in order to determine their strengths and weaknesses relative to those of your own product or service.

Most of us feel threatened by competition, but there’s a silver lining: competition can actually increase our productivity, help us find and correct faults before someone else discovers them, and even encourage new ideas.

Marketing your home-based business on a budget

As the world expands online and becomes smaller each day, people can work from anywhere and many are migrating their work home. Consumers are shifting their attention online so home-based businesses are becoming more popular than ever. Entrepreneurs have limitless ability to make a living from their living room. Having a home-based business is both a blessing and a curse.
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As GoDaddy’s Lauren Antonoff recently wrote: “Even the best ideas fall flat if they fail to gain traction online. As the champion of a great idea — whether it’s a business, a hobby or a social movement — you’re the one who needs to get it online and get it the attention it deserves. But depending on your background, the prospect of building and marketing a website might be downright terrifying.”

Google Chrome 68 introduces HTTPS as the new security must-have

Attention all website owners, from businesses to blogs! This is a last call to secure your website before some major changes take place on the web — including Google Chrome 68. If you missed the February announcement, Google will be marking all HTTP sites as “Not secure” beginning July 2018.

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Client engagement might be the most important factor for your success, but achieving that engagement is elusive for even the most experienced web designers and developers.

With enough money, you can practically guarantee reach — your visibility to existing and prospective clients — but to get engagement, you have to motivate an action or make your clients feel closer to your brand.
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