Changing a WordPress theme can be a trivial task, but it requires careful steps if you have a big website and don’t want to take risks. Lucy Barret explains.
A good bounce rate is important for online success. By using insights from online user behavior to improve your website design, you can increase engagement, reduce bounce rates and ultimately improve conversion.
Selecting the marketing channels to use is a complex decision – there’s no one-size-fits-all formula for distributing your product. Whether you’re just getting started or you’ve been in business for a while, it can be difficult to find effective ways to reach your target market.
Choosing a commerce platform is one of the most crucial and important decisions you'll make in the early life of your business. The choices are endless, but what's really important? Pius Boachie provides a list of some key considerations.
Search engines are playing an increasingly important role in the future of the internet, and it’s important for web designers as well as SEOs to be able to keep up. Amanda DiSilvestro shares 10 aspects of SEO to master as a starting point.
Bounce rate is a metric that gets a lot of press and for good reason. It often serves as a strong indicator that your website is not engaging the user, ultimately meaning that they leave a page without interacting with it. Simon Ensor offers a refresh on some key actions you can undertake to improve bounce rate for your site.
In the run up to the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), new data shows that 86.5% of WordPress websites in the UK are vulnerable to known hackable exploits.
There is no denying that the existence of an appropriate website is justified primarily by its loading speed: the faster, the better. ... read more
People rarely take SEO recommendations seriously, especially when there are no direct repercussions of not following them. So, when in 2014 Google recommended that all websites should migrate to HTTPS, few website owners took it as a direct instruction. Fast-forward to 2018, however, and things are looking very different. So what is the state of HTTPS in 2018, and why should you migrate?