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Cultivating a Diverse Set of Visitor Journeys

There's a full user spectrum to consider on your homepage, including your different buyer personas and the different journeys each of those personas will take through your sales pipeline. Make your homepage speak to all of them.  Read more

Positioning Your About Page

Positioning your About page means knowing who your site visitors are, what their pain points are, and how to phrase your value proposition so that prospects trust you can relieve those pain points. Read more

Determining Your Blog’s Ideal Reader

For your blog to be an asset to your business, you must prioritize consistent, high-quality content that educates readers and adds value to their lives. This means being clear about your blog's goal and your reader persona, and keeping the buyer's journey in mind in your posts. Read more

Email Signup Forms

Email marketing remains the most powerful online means of converting prospects into customers... which means the bigger your email list, the stronger your business. An email signup form is your simplest tool for this form of lead generation. Make it compelling. Read more

Prioritizing User Experience (UX) on Your FAQ Page

Once you're on your way to writing the most useful FAQ content you can offer, it's time to consider design. To ensure great UX, you'll want to consider ease of navigation, enabling search, and a prominent page link on various pages on your site. Read more

Finding Reviews: Mastering the “Found” Testimonial

Found testimonials are already written and ready-made—whether in your email inbox, online, or elsewhere. They don't require time or energy from your client, but they do demand that you change your idea of what a testimonial "looks like." Know where to look. Read more

Optimizing Your Homepage for Mobile Users

Mobile visitors will be viewing your site on smaller screens, navigating with their fingers, and searching under different circumstances than your desktop users. Optimize for these users through responsive design, adaptive design, or a dedicated mobile site. Read more

Choosing the Right Language and Tone for Your About Page

Your About Us page may be the place on your business website where you most get to reflect your company personality. Present your most authentic self by using genuine approachable language and a friendly tone.  Read more

Optimizing Your Blog for SEO

Search engine optimization is something well worth considering in the planning stages of your blog... and then again with every post you write. This means thinking about keywords and keyword placement, long-tail keywords, strategic links, and more. Read more

Button Copy: Making Your CTA Persuade

Your button copy needs to tell your prospect what they'll receive when they click. It should appeal to your prospects' best interests, create a sense of urgency, and possibly be spoken from your prospects' point of view. What's more, it should do all of this in only a few words. Read more