Web Presence Insights – Articles for Small Business Owners, managers, Marketers

Web Presence Insights Articles Marketing Small Business Owners Managers MarketersHere at Web Presence Solutions we periodically send out email campaigns titled Web Presence Insights to share informative articles and links for content that we believe will provide value for small business owners, managers and marketers. This post features 11 articles from a recent email campaign of Web Presence Insights.

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Website Development & SEO

9 Tips On Creating A Mobile-Friendly Website  – By Kristina Cisnero
The mobile web development space introduces a layer of complexity that can be difficult for some business teams. Here are 9 tips to provide a hand on creating a more mobile-friendly website.

16 Reasons Why People Leave Your WebsiteBy Alex Bashinsky
There are many opportunities to make mistakes that cost conversions on your website. Here are some insightful reasons and explanations on how to avoid these mistakes.

So You Thought Rotating Image Sliders Were a Good Thing…By Jen Havice
Rotating images, also known simply as sliders or carousels, have elicited some interesting debates among web designers, developers, marketers, SEO’s, and conversion experts. Here is one well-constructed opinion on the matter.

Should I Use A Carousel?By Jared W. Smith
Here is another short but very interesting look at the question of using sliders or large rotating images on your website or home page. If you are involved in website layout or development or online marketing this is worth a couple minutes to check out.

Digital Marketing & eCommerce

Does Your Copy Sell Benefits Instead of Features? –  By  Brian Clark
One of the most repeated rules of writing compelling copy is to stress benefits, not features. This articles provides some very useful information to help writers identify the underlying benefit that each feature of a product or service provides to the prospect, because that’s what will prompt the purchase.

10 Blogs Every Remote Worker Should FollowBy Sarah Gabot
A somewhat off-beat article that features 10 well-written, inspirational blogs that can motivate, inspire and provide productivity tips.

3 Power Words for More Persuasive Copy By Jen Havice
When was the last time you thought about the impact of your words on your online copy? Individual words and phrases can make the difference between someone clicking a button or bouncing off a page. Here are three words that can make a measurable difference.

Email Marketing

14 Responsive Email Best Practices [Infographic] by Linda Bustos
In Q4 2015 67% of email was opened on a smartphone or tablet. Here is a very useful infographics with clear pointers and how-to’s  for optimizing your marketing emails to perform most effectively on mobile devices.

Social Media

Social Media Image Size Cheat Sheet 2015By Visual.ly
Social media properties such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram, YouTube and Tumblr have a range of different image sizes you need to use to achieve optimal results. Here is a an collection of these different sizes in one place and displayed graphically. A very useful reference.

The 6 Easiest Video-Making Tools for MarketersBy Leslie Belknap
The surge of videos on social media and content marketing channels has come quickly. Here is a concise list of the best and easiest video editing tools that are ideal for novice video producers with limited budgets and busy schedules.

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About Mike McEvoy

Mike McEvoy has a strong and successful history in the technology business world. With more than 25 years as a technology, marketing and Internet professional, Mike has also been a small business owner since 2002.
The primary focus of Mike and his team is on helping small businesses build a stronger web presence using digital marketing, search engine optimization, pay-per-click advertising, social media and email marketing.
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