What a Website Must Do The primary function of the website is to Engage and Convert visitors. Just like in your brick and mortar store, the longer a prospect stays, the more they learn about your services, thereby increasing the odds for a sale. Today, most people browsing leave...

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Websites have come a long way from those built on simple text and hyperlinks. In fact, for the 20th anniversary of the World Wide Web in 2013, celebrated by publishing a copy of the first ever web site: CERN. From that first site, it didn’t take long for programmers and...

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Five years ago, the title of this blog would have been “Why is Having a Website Important to Your Business?” Times have changed, and most people have caught on that having an online presence is a must when competing in today’s business world. Now, the focus has switched to responsiveness –...

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According to a recent survey from Constant Contact and Chadwick Martin Bailey, the vast majority of smartphone users between the ages of 18 and 39 use their devices to stay connected to email. About 88 percent of smartphone users between 18 and 30 years old use their phones to...

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How Important is a Good Website?

By: redcrowmarketing On: July 10, 2013
In: Creative, Crow Q&A, Online, Online Marketing, Web Design
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In last week’s blog post, we discussed the importance of mobile website optimization. A study from Kentico software found that 75 percent of mobile users consider the quality of mobile websites before making purchase decisions—and that 44 percent of users won’t return to poorly designed websites in the future....

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According to an April survey conducted by Kentico Software, roughly three in four American consumers consider how a mobile website looks and feels before determining whether or not to make a purchase. The study found that 75 percent of tablet users and 78 percent of all smartphone owners were...

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