Good question. Let’s evaluate the deciding factors:
- Are my visitors using mobile using mobile devices?
- How much does a mobile website cost?
- How can I prevent having to maintain two websites (regular and mobile)?
- When will it hurt me not to have a mobile-friendly website?
I want to show you 4 ways to prevent people from leaving your homepage. Fewer people leaving = more business.
Your Bounce Rate
If you were to look at your website tracking software, you’d find a number in there called “Bounce Rate”. This is the number of people coming to your website that leave after visiting only one page.
If your company uses webpages, blog articles, press releases, or other forms of online communication, chances are you would like to increase your traffic from Google. This article will walk you through the dos and don’ts of each online marketing communication strategy, offering simple tweaks toward optimal content to maximize your Google ranking. Assuming you have already selected keywords you would like to use to draw visitors, let’s begin.
Everywhere you go now, in almost every type of business advertising, QR codes are likely to greet you. Featured on signs of all sizes – even some billboards – and printed items like brochures and fliers, these codes function basically as links to web pages. How do they work, and how could they benefit your company? Let’s take a look.