The move away from cookie-based tracking is a response to increasing public concern around privacy. This scrutiny comes on the heels of data breaches and scandals that have plagued Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple, and other Silicon Valley behemoths in recent years. There’s been much discussion of how search marketers and PPC professionals can prepare for a cookieless web.
As Internet surfers, we – bloggers, designers, developers, or curious individuals – visit numerous blogs and websites every day. Interestingly, I averagely surf 100+ pages every day with a few days topping the charts with 250+ pages (do you want to get similar statistics for your browsing history? Get Vivaldi Browser).
For the do it yourself crowd out there:
WordPress is a fantastic platform for building websites on the fly with little to no development time required to get up and running. In addition, WordPress has fantastic customizability ranging from being able to fully customize your theme, to finding plug-ins that have the functionality to do just about anything you want.
If you are managing your own WordPress and are interested in learning about how your WP dashboard work…
The WordPress dashboard is both incredibly simple and incredibly complex at the same time. When users first log into the dashboard, not only does a splash screen of informational widgets potentially overwhelm them, a sidebar on the left-hand side of the screen gives them all the options and features for…
Save you dozens of hours per week and a whole lotta stress (more time to do what you love = a HUGE win!) Automate key marketing activities like email marketing, list building, and showing up on social media. Save you thousands of dollars on pricey freelancers and doing things the hard way.
2020 drastically changed the way designers work, with more people than ever working remotely for safety reasons. If you’re a web designer (or an aspiring web designer), many of these remote-working skills will continue to be in-demand for the foreseeable future.
Stats show that of negative website feedback is design related. Also, percent of consumers judge a business’s credibility by the design of its website. Having a website that checks all the boxes in regards to aesthetics and functionality greatly improves ROI.
While I think these design trends are interesting and important to consider before we spend too much time focusing on being “artistic” we must still keep in mind that Content Is STILL King.