When it comes to ecommerce, conversions are key. Turning a site visitor’s interest into a purchase is tricky. If you’re not selling face-to-face, is your ecommerce page correctly set up to do the sales pitch for you? While there is not a single product page out there with a 100% conversion rate, there are basic, proven methods you can use on your pages to increase the chances of the customer hitting that all-important add to
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When you’re constantly handling administrative tasks, business development, meetings, and interviews, you can barely find the time during the week to devote to anything else. Frustrating right?
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The Impact of High Impact Sports
Despite unprecedented television ratings and soaring popularity, the future of the America’s most popular sports league remains uncertain. This uncertainty stems from an influx of statistics and new information regarding concussions caused by impact sustained by countless collisions on the field. Links have been made between these concussions and neurological disorders such as Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE). An increasing number of NFL retirees are coming
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What Exactly is Indexing?
In a nutshell, crawling is Google’s process of discovering new pages by following links from page to page. After Google crawls the pages of your website and finds your content, it indexes them and stores them in a database. Once stored, Google will use these copies in algorithms that determine search engine results pages (SERPs). Google is changing its methods of crawling through