Get Into the Right Frame of Mind – Start with a Wireframe

Posted by Keely Ledebur & filed under Website Design.

In an earlier blog post we introduced wireframes, a term you’re likely to find in any website proposal when shopping for a new site. But even being familiar with the concept, some people may still be skeptical of the exact benefits. An extra step means more time and money, right? Actually, no it does not…. Read more »

What Is a Wireframe?

Posted by Keely Ledebur & filed under Website Design.

As you dive into the exciting waters of developing a new website, you may be surprised at the number of steps presented in the website development timeline. The most successful websites are launched only after detailed information gathering, research, planning, design, and testing milestones have been met. One of the terms you’re likely to see… Read more »

Simple Web Design Tips for a Better User Experience

Posted by Keely Ledebur & filed under Website Design.

Once you get visitors to your site, you want to make sure they stay there. A high bounce rate (one and out visits) is viewed as a negative by search engines and is a missed opportunity for website leads or sales. An attractive, user-friendly website design is a must for keeping visitors on your site…. Read more »

How is Your Dwell Time?

Posted by Keely Ledebur & filed under Search Engine Marketing, Web Analytics.

Many, many factors contribute to a website’s success.  Search marketers agree that user interaction is one of those important factors, with dwell time being one of the key metrics Google utilizes to measure that interaction. So, what is dwell time?  Most people assume it’s the amount of time a visitor spends on your website but… Read more »