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How Do I Keep People on My Site?

CyberInk Staff    May 30, 2015 6:03 pm   

Do people come to your site and quickly leave? There may be a few problems that are plaguing your site that leads to a visitor leaving quickly. This include: Site Speed Every second counts. If your site is taking too long to load, visitors are more likely to leave your site. Kissmetrics states that: 10 […]

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6 Signs Your Website Needs Work

CyberInk Staff    May 22, 2015 6:03 pm   

Think your website needs work? You’re probably right. In today’s world, technology changes in the blink of an eye. Sleek, professional designs that were popular just three years ago are now outdated and being replace by responsive website design. If you’re on the fence about overhauling your site’s design, here are six signs your website […]

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9 Things You Should Understand About Your Digital Presence

CyberInk Staff    May 5, 2015 10:46 am   

Ensuring that a company has a substantial digital presence should be a top priority in any marketing strategy. As consumers turn more to the internet and search engines for entertainment, socialization and business recommendations, a company that ignores the importance of effectively using digital channels to reach potential leads will not survive. If your company […]

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How Do I Get More Traffic on My Website?

CyberInk Staff    April 14, 2015 3:57 pm   

During website design, the goal is to create a site that users will want to engage with and spend lots of time on. Once you have a website, the main goal might be to drive as much traffic to your site as possible. If you’re selling a product or service, the goal is to drive […]

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Why Web Page Load Time Matters

Arin Donelson    January 26, 2015 11:48 am   

Ever clicked off of a website because it took too long to load? You’re in good company. 40% of users abandon webpages that take longer than 3 seconds to appear. Check out the infographic below, or download the full report at Akamai.com for more information. Wondering what your own site load time is, or how to […]

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