Whether your main gig is app creator, order fulfillment manager, copy editor or content marketing maven, chances are high you have dozens of other duties that go with that primary title. And that’s just the stuff you do at work. Mix in your responsibilities at home, with your kids, in the community and that elusive thing called a social life, and overload becomes the norm.Read More >
Professional associations can provide immeasurable benefits to their members. But if the associations are incapable of adapting to changes, they’re on borrowed time. Today’s world presents a variety of challenges to professional associations. And the perennial heartburn issue of enrollment is just one of many obstacles in the way of the success of professional associations.Read More >
While most businesses are familiar with complying with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in their offices and brick and mortar shops, not as many may think about compliance when it comes to their website. But, they should.
Title III of the ADA says businesses and nonprofits must provide accommodations that allow people with disabilities to access the same services they provide to people who are not disabled. The title extends to cover websites, apps and other electronic media, both internally and for the general public.Read More >
There has been a lot of buzz about responsive web design recently, but for all that buzz, I still find that many people aren’t familiar with what it is or why it’s important. Responsive web design refers to a website’s ability to adapt itself to whatever device the website visitor is using. That means the site is designed to be equally user friendly on desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones.
At the onset of the mobile craze, the trend was to create two versions of a company website: one for standard computers and laptops and another version for mobile devices. Now a single version of a website can accommodate both as long as it takes advantage of responsive design.
The simplest responsive designs feature websites that conform to the size and rotation of the device being used. More complex designs provide different page layouts and site navigation menus that are optimized for mobile devices. Key elements for responsive design include:Read More >
Everyone wants to generate website traffic, but getting people to visit your website is only half the battle. Converting those visitors into customers is the real challenge, and it’s essential to the success of your business. If people visit without taking the next step, you may as well not have a website at all.
Fortunately, it’s easier than ever to create revenue streams from your website visitors. Here are five tips to improve landing page performance for converting website visitors into customers.Read More >