When you run an eCommerce website and you do not optimize it properly for Google, it is just as if you were running a brick and mortar establishment without doors. You have products inside the store but people cannot buy them as they cannot get in.
We all know the advantages associated with selling products online since they are quite obvious. However, most site owners just use a WordPress add-on like WooCommerce, add products and expect traffic to come. This is definitely not a good approach.
Ten years ago, websites lacked any interaction between the website and the user. A website offered basic information and its images were poor quality.
As image quality improved however, websites became more engaging and interactive. One of the common elements of today’s websites is multimedia, especially the use of videos. As a result, we have websites with video backgrounds that are well-liked by users.
Everyone familiar with TemplateMonster knows that their theme inventory is truly extensive. Here you may find a template for any purpose – from a small blog to a huge multi-page eCommerce solution.
They definitely know how to build creative themes. To prove this claim in this post, I’d like to talk about their WordPress theme called Monstroid that was released to a wide audience not so long ago, but has already managed to win the hearts of web users – and mine as well. Why? Well, there are so many reasons to love this template.
So, you are all set to launch your first startup in this year end, and wondering how to market your startup to gain some initial interest? Bold Marketing is one of the keys to early success as a startup.
It is important for every founding team to be thinking about how to market in efficient, low cost ways. Sustaining a long-term business on paid marketing alone is quite challenging however.
The need for addressing the importance of responsive web design has long since passed. Now it’s time to focus on how to make the most responsive design possible.
It’s what everyone is talking about, but unfortunately, not everyone knows what they’re talking about. All too often, you’ll come across some information on the Internet that challenges what you know about responsive design.
The Internet has changed beyond recognition since WordPress was first released back in 2003. When the WordPress CMS was first released it was hailed as the answer to everyone’s prayers; a free content management system with hundreds of free visual themes to choose from.
Hindsight is always 20/20. We now know that free themes rarely have any support beyond a users’ forum. Their speed is often unacceptable and sometimes themes are incompatible with new WordPress releases.