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What Makes People Go “Bye bye!” When Visiting Your Website (Part 4)

posted by Margaret Spencer on January 24, 2017

What Makes People Go “Bye bye!” When Visiting Your Website (Part 4)

Impertinent Auto Plays

You were inside a serene coffee shop, browsing blissfully in your laptop. You happened to scroll over a content with a catchy title and clicked it on impulse. It led you to a website. Next thing you know, there was a blaring sound and everybody was looking at you. Some weird music auto-played from a cheesy ad found on the website. And as if that wasn’t embarrassing enough, you had to spat some coffee you’re sipping (because well, who wouldn’t have that mini heart attack when you’re suddenly confronted with a mumbo jumbo of an audio). The moral lesson is, configure your site to not auto-play any video or audio. It should be the visitor’s call whether they want to do so or not. It simply is rude. You have to consider that they might not be in a place or situation where it is comfortable to play anything and that any noise is disruptive or inappropriate.

Giving Grammar Nazis a Heart Attack

Don’t you just find typos and grammatical errors cringeworthy? I mean, it’s the basic of all basic. A flawless grammar should be a default in all websites. If you’re a business website that aims for a “wow factor” in your content in order to engage and convert visitors, you must have a professional opinion to look over at it. Typos and grammatical errors can do damage more than you know because it can send the wrong message to both the general and your target audience, reducing your credibility.

It’s 2017, Why U No Mobile Optimized Bruh?

Not optimizing your site for a mobile version is so like living in the stone age. According to Mary Meeker’s Internet Trends, 73% of all the people on earth (and that’s 5.2 billion!) are mobile phone users. 40% of those, over 2 billion, own smartphones (and still increasing). So it didn’t and will not come as a surprise that a considerable stat of the web traffic is currently coming from mobile devices. Even Google updated its major mobile algorithm! Websites that aren’t optimized for mobile, are bound to lose organic search rankings and suffer from extremely high bounce rates. Your business website is likely to face this dead end if you won’t step it up.

 

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What Makes People Go “Bye bye!” When Visiting Your Website (Part 3)

posted by Margaret Spencer on January 20, 2017

Needle in a Haystack CTA Did you know that one of the results of the research conducted by Small Business Trends last 2013 revealed that 80% of small B2B business websites lacked CTAs? At some point, it’s unavoidable to write inefficient CTAs (that’s why there’s A/B testing to the rescue) but not asking for the sale […]

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What Makes People Go “Bye bye!” When Visiting Your Website (Part 2)

posted by Margaret Spencer on January 18, 2017

Problematic Lay-out and Design Not judging a book by its cover is not the case for people who visit websites. Dr. Elizabeth Silence, researcher and psychologist, conducted a study in whereby participants are asked to review websites. They’re also to rate whether they found such websites trustworthy or not. Findings show that 94% of the […]

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What Makes People Go “Bye bye!” When Visiting Your Website (Part 1)

posted by Margaret Spencer on January 16, 2017

Not creating a website when you’re in the field of business is perhaps one of the biggest mistakes you can make. How else will you let people know that you and your product/service exist if they can’t even find you on the world wide web? You might think that’s already the worst. But there’s something […]

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B2B Marketing: Memes, Everyone? (Part 4)

posted by Margaret Spencer on December 6, 2016

Essence of entertainment While it’s vital to make your target audience relate to the meme, don’t lose out on the entertainment area. Memes are supposed to be a combo of ‘funny and witty’ and being too serious will defeat its real purpose. So use language, symbolisms, etc. that will emphasize such combo and while you’re […]

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B2B Marketing: Memes, Everyone? (Part 3)

posted by Margaret Spencer on November 30, 2016

Things to Consider when Using Memes Suitability and relatability to your brand Memes are intended to depict insider jokes. They’re usually cheeky and ridiculous and even intentionally tamper grammar for the sake of entertainment. While they’re convenient to make and something that you can personalize to match the message your business wants to communicate, contemplate […]

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B2B Marketing: Memes, Everyone? (Part 2)

posted by Margaret Spencer on November 30, 2016

Examples of Memes Photo Memes Pictures of different people imitating a trendy/familiar position or action. In the sample images below, you can see people doing poses such as planking, owling, Hadoukening (base from the manga and anime Dragon Ball), Vadering (base from a book and movie series character, Darth Vader), Pottering (base from a book […]

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B2B Marketing: Memes, Everyone? (Part 1)

posted by Margaret Spencer on November 29, 2016

What is a Meme? The term “meme” was coined by Richard Dawkins in his 1976 book, The Selfish Gene. According to him, meme is a package of cultural concepts like regional sayings, fashion styles, and architectural trends. These phrases, styles, trends, concepts, and behaviors can be imitated and spread out to other cultures from the […]

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Some Content You Might Want to Consider Sharing for Lead Generation

posted by Margaret Spencer on September 22, 2016

           People from all ages have always been a fan of freebies. That is why in the venue of digital marketing, marketers make it a point to have some free of charge content to share (or simply put, free files to download). This technique has been used to increase traffic and […]

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10 Ways to Retaliate Negative Feedbacks in Social Media (Part 2)

posted by Margaret Spencer on September 6, 2016

6. Work on Making Things Right Offline Acknowledging a mistake and apologizing should be coupled with actions on making things right. Compensation can come in different form such as refund or replacement. Whatever it is, be sure to walk the talk. In addition to this, while it’s appropriate to promptly respond to negative feedbacks online, […]

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