SEO

How to Design a User Friendly Website Form?

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Improve Your Sales by 100% – How to design a user-friendly website form.

Web forms are a way by which websites obtain data from their visitors and customers to preserves for future references. Web forms are required for a lot of things like signing up for newsletters, making online purchases, giving feedback about various products and services etc. so, web forms in most cases are the entry point of interaction between the user and the website or app.

To make things more user-friendly, web forms, therefore, should be simplified. They should be easy to complete and self- explanatory. The user should not feel the web forms to be a tedious task but should feel self- motivated to fill it.

So, if you are a web designer or a developer and looking to simplify the web forms, here are some tips that may come in handy:

Keep the web form relevant: – If your web from mandates a lot of information from the user, ask yourself how and why that information is useful to you. Keep the form relevant will be easier for the user to complete. The number of fields should be kept to the minimum. When a new user lands on your form page and sees many fields that need to be filled in, It will make them think, “Do I have time for this.” If it’s very important they may take the time anyway but if you just pushing to get contact info they may just move on. A good real to go by is if you must scroll to view the full form it may be too long.

Make your web form logically communicative: – Design the form in a way that carries some logic. A web form should be comparable to a normal human conversation in terms of the order of things you want to enquire about. The perspective of the user should be taken into account. Questions should be organized in a way that similar questions are grouped together. This would make a transition from one set of questions to another much easier. If a user is bombarded by questions in a haphazard order, it can be quite overwhelming. Confusing a visitor can only push them away.

Eliminate duplicate fields: – Many websites make it mandatory for the user to duplicate a certain bit of information. But since most people simply copy and paste the info, the point of the mandate was defeated. Therefore, duplicate fields, if possible, should be eliminated. Most form plugins allow you to auto-fill fields that may need to be duplicated. Remember never confuse the user.

Highlight what is optional: – As mentioned earlier, the requirement of unnecessary information should be addressed in all web forms. However, if your web form requires optional fields, make sure that the optional areas are brought to the notice of the user. The distinction can be made with characters or colors.

Try to make the web from as automated as possible: – With more and more using their mobile devices to access websites and apps, typing is becoming a little problematic because of the smaller device screens. Also, typing is quite prone to errors. Therefore, a user- friendly web form should minimize the need for data typing and some obvious fields can be prefilled or auto- completed. You may also like to opt for a completely different form for mobile devices. Create a duplicate form but remove the secondary fields. You better off getting the contact info than not getting anything at all.

Remove the reset buttons: – Imagine going through a long web form, filling it out and then accidently falling back to square one, just because the save button is adjacent to reset button. Do not put your users through this turmoil and remove rest options from the web forms.

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What Is The Most Important Marketing Decision When Creating An Online Business?

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In an ideal situation, your domain name should explain exactly what your business does. This is an essential part of how your domain will be ranked by a search engine. In fact, most search engines consider your domain name as the highest ranking element of your website.

Consider the acronym CSA. What is CSA? You would never know by only reading the acronym. It happens to be a consumer review website, where you can post reviews about good and bad customer service for U.S. businesses. People are not going to search for a business or terms they have never heard of, such as CSA. It’s best to have the most relevant keywords in the domain name, or search terms, that a prospective customer might enter into the search field of a web browser.

Now look at the domain http://www.CustomerServiceArmy.com. This is a domain name with relevant key words, which explain the focus of the business. It’s also what the acronym CSA stands for. A simple choice like a domain name becomes essential to the planning stages of any new online venture. If you want to be at the top of the search results on the biggest search engines, spend the time up front so people can find you!

Here’s another example of how search terms can help your website’s ranking. Let’s say that you live in Pasadena, CA, and you’re looking for a Flash designer. Try searching for the term “Pasadena Flash Design” on Google. PX Media appears on the first page of your search results. Now think about the domain name. You are probably thinking that http://www.pxmediainc.com doesn’t have the word “Flash” in it, yet it appears in the top search results but, you will see listings of other companies with the word “Flash” as part of their domain names. “Why”. This is a unique situation where PX Media has worked for years to get its website to rank on the first page, using may essential components of Search Engine Optimization (SEO).

The 2nd most important is your page naming or URL structure.

Anything that is listed after the domain name extension (e.g. .com, or .net) is the path that your customer will follow to a particular page on your website. For example, look at the following web link: http://www.pxmediainc.com/flash_services_intros_presentations_seo/. This is another factor that will be considered in the overall website rank. Google will index the full URL of each page, which includes the domain name and the full page name. This is one reason that PX Media ranks as high as it does, because of its high individual page rankings. We user keywords throughout the page name and URL. This is a SEO trick we were using before most people knew what SEO was.

Search engines like Google use sophisticated robots or spiders to index each page of your website. You should aim to make each page of your website as important as the home page. For example, when someone searches for a particular keyword, Google will give them the most relevant and up-to-date individual web pages with those results. This could be any page of your website, where some might be weaker than others. This page may be the only thing that a prospective customer sees for your business. If it doesn’t grab their attention and evoke a call to action (calling you, or going to another page on your website), they may move on to a competitor’s website and never see your home page. Make each and every page relevant and most important. Give the user something to do. Never forget to have a CALL TO ACTION on every page.

SEO has greatly evolved over the past five years and continues to change as each search engine changes their website ranking guidelines. Besides your domain name, another way to improve your website rank is to use two or more domain names. However, Google, or the largest search engine, only ranks the main domain name. You can use one domain name for ranking purposes, while another domain can be used for marketing purposes. For example, you can redirect a second domain name to the main domain to help boost your total website traffic. or use a simplified domain so that your clients don’t need to spell out your full SEO domain.

PX Media prides itself on its SEO knowledge and takes a pro-active stance on following the latest SEO trends and methodologies. Give us a call today and learn how PX Media can help your business get to the top of the search results!

Get 50% More Traffic To Your Business Website By Making It Mobile Friendly

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Mobilegeddon – heard of it? As a member of digital publisher or blogosphere one must be aware of Google’s Mobile Friendly update.

It was published earlier this year and shattered Google’s ranking of many famous sites which did not have mobile versions, including Reddit, NBC sports and US Census Bureau. Why would a portable device accessible site affect sales when a site is already famous? The answer lies within the technology trends followed throughout the world.

Portability is the new synonym for accessibility. Mobile gadgets fit perfectly in the definition. For ten years – If it’s on the Internet, it’s popular – has been the valid argument. However – if its mobile friendly, it’s popular – is the new slogan. That being the argument; having a website which is compatible on mobile devices is immensely important for a business.

A mobile-friendly site should render these qualities to get maximum benefit: Neat and organized content; Viewing without the need to zoom-in; fast loading speed; and improved mobile SEO. Being a user, one demands presentable content which is easy to comprehend. Imagine accessing Facebook from a phone and finding a jumble of non-organized words and randomly appearing images or miniaturized unreadable content. It would make the social media experience less fun. Due to the lack of a mobile compatible website or a responsive website, a user might not visit a particular site that often. Out and on-the-go accessibility of any site will not only increase its traffic, but also get the company dedicated clients. If a user finds neatly formatted and easily accessible content, they are more likely to visit the site again and engage with the content.

Speed holds importance, as time is limited. Studies have shown that if a site takes more than 4 – 6 seconds to load, the user will more often than not abandon the page. The code for a mobile responsive site is small, which helps it load more quickly than a none responsive website’s code. The code helps the site to download faster and be user friendly and more presentable.

Publicizing a site on the Internet? When it comes to search engine optimization, the only master to look to is Google. They have policies for mobile websites and if your website ticks all those points – Hurray! You are good to go. Google prefers responsive website design, but it also supports a separately built HTML page for mobile version (if it does not contain RSS feeds or heavy images or video clips). Getting the site approved by Google’s speed and mobile test will lessen 60% of your worries, thus making the site appear on Googles search results and increase its traffic.

As pointed out, having a mobile compatible version of a website will not only increase traffic but also enable the business to increase its sales. Let this point conclude the argument that according to a study by Search Engine Watch, mobile traffic has now exceeded desktop traffic and will continue to increase as smartphones and tablets become faster and cheaper.

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Company Name: PX Media

Contact Person: Doug

Email: douglas@pxmediainc.com

Phone: (626) 390-1082

Address:742 N Mentor Ave,

City: Pasadena

State: CA

Country: United States

Website: www.pxmediainc.com

Building a successful business is all about Content Marketing

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iStock_000011896678_Double copy“We are selling mouthwatering scrumptious cookies that you have never tasted before; they’er guaranteed to satisfy your cravings and are made specifically to tantalize your taste buds.This all at an exciting price of $5/Cookie”– Buy that? If yes, why so?

Because they are customized cookies that you have never tasted? Or they are at an exciting price? Can’t decide?

Perhaps none of the reasons mentioned above allure the customer into buying the cookies. It’s just the manner in which the cookies were presented to the potential customers that makes them desirable.

Over the past decade, the Internet has deepened its roots into people’s daily lives and made the whole world a potential buyer of products, regardless of their country of origin. All the recent hemming and hawing about the sprawling beast of content marketing has further strengthened its significance. To succeed in internet marketing, one needs to come up with strong and unique content to publicize their products. SEO, email, social media, websites, sales — all these areas, and more, come under content marketing’s umbrella.

According to research published in Interconnected World in 2012, “61% of global internet users research products online.” In order to have the product/services visible to the customers, the content plays a significant role. It helps the product become recognized and improves the potential customer’s search ability. The use of more appropriate keywords directly impacts the chances of a specific site showing up on Google’s first page.

Another study concludes that businesses with websites of 401-1000 pages get 6x more leads than those with 51-100 pages. The larger the number of pages contained in a website; the more it is considered authentic and more often referred by Google. Blogging is yet another great medium, utilizing content marketing to its best. Every new blog post is recognized as a unique web page. More interesting content on the page increases its visits, as well as the blog’s exposure.

People are engaging more and more with social media. It is a great platform for businesses to market their products. Content marketing helps the audience connect with their desired product or service and increases the overall exposure that the searched business receives.

Moving to conclusion, marketing – specifically content marketing, is extremely important for any business. The modern world relies on the Internet and social media to get recommendations for almost every type of product or service. A strong online presence can do wonders for a business and substantially improve its revenues.

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Media Contact

Company Name: PX Media

Contact Person: Douglas

Email: douglas@pxmediainc.com

Phone: (626) 390-1082

Address:742 N Mentor Ave,

City: Pasadena

State: CA

Country: United States

Website: www.pxmediainc.com