A positive customer experience is vital for the success of any business and has put brands under pressure to strike a balance between the experience they wish to offer, and restricted internal resources.
A good customer experience
While sending emails is easy, cutting through the daily clutter of messages your clients and prospects receive is not. Now that more online activity is done on handheld devices than on desktop computers, email campaigns should
Most Digital Marketers know that Google Analytics enables companies to understand the behaviors of their website visitors. However, there are several important variables that are not included in Google Analytics that can be found on Google
Despite the acceptance that "Content Is King" copy is often written with little rigor, forethought, or effort. Effective copywriting is more about the connections created than the written words themselves. The best website copy is based
The steps taken before a website is developed directly impacts its effectiveness. These steps are not technical and have nothing to do with coding, nor the website itself, but rather with understanding a website’s intended users
In a typical brainstorming session, people gather to generate new ideas and solve problems. The term "brainstorming" was coined in 1967 by an advertising executive, Alex Osborn, and has probably stood the test of time because
Website configurators are used as often on eCommerce sites to sell tailor-made products as they are to generate requests for custom quotes. You likely used a configurator the last time you shopped for a car online.
Blogs, whitepapers, articles, and books focus on the attributes that describe a great website – clean layout, compelling copy, intuitive usability, and the like. Considering that the Internet is replete with platforms, components, and information to
User Interface Design (UID) is an essential discipline for the development of user-friendly websites and applications. The value of User Interface Design resonates true when you consider John Lubbock's quote, "…what we see depends mainly on