Website Must-Haves #15: Avoid Corporate Gobbledygook - blog post image

Website Must-Haves #15: Avoid Corporate Gobbledygook

Design Angler - Wednesday, October 05, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
A professional image is necessary but you still want to avoid the dreaded corporate gobbledygook. What is gobbledygook? These are jargon terms and phrases that have been over-used and abused, rendering them meaningless (you’ll find them mostly in high-tech and B2B industry). These words are ...

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Website Must-Haves #14: Importance of Quality - blog post image

Website Must-Haves #14: Importance of Quality

Design Angler - Monday, October 03, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
Everyone knows having a lot of content is a good thing, but in the days where search engines are getting smarter and buyers are becoming more selective, quality content is truly king. Quality content is a definite must-have for any website. This includes: Offer unique...

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Website Must-Haves #13: Educate and Offer Value - blog post image

Website Must-Haves #13: Educate and Offer Value

Design Angler - Friday, September 30, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
Even though the purpose of a corporate website is to provide information about your products and services, not everyone is ready to buy when they first hit your site. Second, remember it’s not all about you. What’s in it for them? ...

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Website Must-Haves #12: Messaging - blog post image

Website Must-Haves #12: Messaging

Design Angler - Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
With the rise of inbound marketing, content has become front and center in the minds of marketers. It is what search engines and people are looking for. Content drives visitors to your site and turns prospects into leads.   There are four basic questions you...

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Website Must-Haves #11: Accessibility - blog post image

Website Must-Haves #11: Accessibility

Design Angler - Monday, September 26, 2016
Posted 3 years ago
In 2016, our internet usage is no longer restricted to Internet Explorer on a desktop. Your customer might be searching for your website on Safari on her iPad, or Google Chrome on his cell phone. Moreover, not only are different customers visiting the website through a variety...

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