Articles: Google AdWords and Improving Website Conversion Rates
Firstly, I have written a few blog posts recently (see further down) about Google AdWords and improving conversion rates (sales, enquiries, downloads etc., via your website). If you have any questions about the posts, please use the comment form below each article.
Seminar: Request for Interest
Secondly, I was recently invited to be guest speaker on the subject of SEO (search engine optimisation) and good website design practice at the Master Photographers’ Association (read more about that here). And I would like to provide a similar talk to our customers within the coming month or so. I would really appreciate your comments / interest regarding this. As we are based in Southend, I think we will have the talk at a nearby venue such as the recently opened Palace Hotel. I look forward to your receiving your interest.
New Website Launch
Thirdly, we have recently launched our new website and I was wondering if you wouldn’t mind taking a peek (when you have a moment) and provide some feedback (good, bad or ugly). There’s a feedback button on the left-hand side of our home page.
When you look though our new website you will see that we have placed lots more sites within our portfolio and categorised them into our main service areas (Ecommerce, Website design, Digital Marketing (SEO, Pay-per-click, email marketing) and Database systems). Hopefully this will give you an idea of the broad range of services AND success stories.
Recent Blog Articles:
10 tips for improving your website conversion rates
You can hire the best SEOs in the world and have more website traffic than you can shake a stick at, but if your visitors are not converting into sales, then something needs to be done. Here’s our top 10 tips for improving your website conversion rates. Read more
Get your website right before starting a PPC campaign
So you want to try Google AdWords or similar Pay Per Click (PPC) advertising programme? You may have even received your £50 voucher from Google tempting you to dive in!? Well before you get started I strongly recommend you firstly assess your website’s overall effectives, to save you from potential disaster. Read more
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I look forward to receiving your feedback / comments regarding my proposed seminar (and our new website!).