That being said, it is always good to know what trends are here to stay. For the foreseeable future, the latest and greatest trend is Responsive Websites Design.
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In today’s world of competitive online marketing, we at ECA Technologies express the simple purpose of an e-commerce website is to make businesses sell products and services online. Its development and designing is also unlike from the traditional websites. Here, more than keeping an eye on aesthetic features like color schemes and flash, you are required to give importance to usability of the website. It is imperative to give users a seamless enjoyable shopping experience on your website. SEO(Search Engine Optimization) is also a very important influence in Ecommerce web design.
In today’s professional world of 2012 having a website is a must for every business small or large. In today’s steadfast paced life everyone wants everything on their fingertips and immediately. Hundreds even thousands of businesses market and sell different products online at different rates. Web design plays a crucial role in such circumstances. Web designing is an art that appeals the users with texts and graphics. A website represents a business among its customers. Using the web design for promotions and sales is a essential in today’s ever changing world.
The first half of 2012 is over; however, we have already seen lots of changes in the search industry .These recent changes in Google’s search ranking factors, has once again, put most search marketers skillsto a test, on how to keep up with the ever improving search engine capabilities to filter contents and penalize websites. It is a common knowledge in the SEO world that Google implements around 500 changes in their search engine algorithm annually. Search engines use 200 or more factors in ranking a website and these factors also undergo many changes and improvements as search companies like Google continue to polish their system to give their online users better search experience. Below are some important website design and SEO tips to keep your website up to date with the recent algorithm changes in major search engines.
Capo Camicie Photo Shoot – Corporate Branding
At Capo, you will find European craftsmanship and the highest quality Italian Fashion at its best. We are located in the trendy area of Yonge Street ‘strip’ both north of Eglinton Avenue. Local and out-of-area shoppers converge on this retail mecca for the wonderful outdoor & indoor experience the area delivers. Capo Camicie Toronto brings you elegance and class with precious details, careful finishes, highest quality materials by the finest Italian artisans and tailors. All stages of production are carried out by Italian artisans and tailors rigorously designed and produced in Italy. Truly original and made in Italy feel without any compromises. Read More
These effective web design tips you must keep in your mind when you are creating or redesigning a website. There are specific and important items you need to be made aware of. Things that normally wouldn’t cross your mind. For the average person or the average company who wants to develop a website or blog for their business, they are after one very important thing – SALES – REVENUE Now, they may tell you that they want the big flashy logos, or the overdone textures/gradients, but it is the job of a well skilled web designer to steer their clients in the right direction.
Listed below are sixteen do’s and don’ts of effective web design. Study, read, and print this page. It will help either make or break your website. And don’t hesitate to let us know of anything we might have left out, in the comments below. ECA Technologies and Designtorontoweb.ca love getting your opinions on things and discussing the articles with you. Read More
How to go about creating an appropriate Website Budget
As we pick up the phone or read emails sent through our contact form we often see the question “So how much will this website cost?”. In reply we normally would ask back “Well what is your budget?” Now, many of you may feel uncomfortable providing a budget range. For most who have not been through a project like this before simply don’t know what they cost, while rest of you feel that if you share your budget range, we are going to try get as many of those dollars in your budget as we can! While we can appreciate your concern, this is far from the truth because:
Sure there are many good things about Zen Cart! If you are looking to get a quick and simple e-commerce solution, this cart is worth considering. But if you so much to look for a 100% custom look, this cart may not bring you an easy solution not to mention issues with many other popular must have features. Then why do some developers often root for Zen Cart? Mainly because it is free so they could play on it without investing any money in buying a more efficient cart to play with. Also because it may not need a great deal of development skills if you are simply wanting a little bit of cutomized template look.
Optimizing a site may sound simple, perhaps simple in context if you know the standards set by Search Engines but could get really complicated when it comes to implementation. We already know what on-page optimization is but for those who don’t, it’s the first step to optimizing a site for SE – work within the elements of your site.
Google cares more about their users rather than those people spending huge amount of money to advertise their site. Regardless whether you give Google $10k a month for your PPC campaign, they can actually slap you anytime, “Google slap” as they call it. Another thing I learn, I’m not an expert on PPC (Pay per Click) yet, I only use it on my own personal site and I learn that you cannot just pause and play campaigns, just to test, there are other way of doing it. Why, your historical CRT (Click Through Rate) matters a lot. The acceptable CTR at least is 2%; Google actually monitors your activity and inactivity the first day you run a campaign. How do you measure CTR? It’s Click/Impression = CTR. And if you want to know your Ad Rank its CPC (Cost per Click x Quality Score). The CPC is the amount you’re willing to pay and Quality score covers your landing page, relevance of ad test, historical CTR, account performance and other relevant factors. In short, Quality Score encompass both your account performance as a whole and the quality of your website, which is quite a lot to discuss. Well, I can’t discuss it yet, I still have to attend another seminar this June on PPC, a hands-on coaching (I’m really excited on this one).
Just this morning I attended the 1st day of Insider Secrets to a Google – Friendly Website. The speaker was a Simon Leung, a retired most senior Google optimization specialist with guest speaker Fabian Lim who is currently the CEO of Asia Internet Academy Pte Ltd, the Asia’s largest internet training academy. The event was sponsored by Powermax Consulting Group Inc.
Although a website is the first step to succeed online, succeeding online don’t only rely on having a good site. It’s simply the first plan of action you need to implement before launching your site in the World Wide Web. Needless to say, it will be your store front to establish your online presence. Before you start with the design, consider the fact that you need your site to work for Search Engines and end-users. You have to balance between the two, both are equally important for a website. You need more than just a website to launch an effective online campaign. Consider researching for keywords to use as your meta-tags, titles, description etc., learn the art of creating a navigation system that both users and spiders understand, create an XML site map etc. Visit this page on how to create an SEO Website Design Friendly. Read More