Web Design Dwell Time
Website Design

Engaging Web Design: Tips for Increasing Dwell Time

Getting website visitors is great, but your business needs more than just page views. Your website needs to be converting searchers into viewers and viewers into customers. Today we’ll look at an important metric that will track your success in this area – dwell time. Our web designers spend a
Web Design for Conversions
Website Design

Web Design for Conversions

Getting conversions is the bottom line for almost all marketing efforts – whether it is social media, direct mail, or website design. Today we’ll look at how our web designers build websites that are focused on getting conversions for your business. Plenty of web designers can build a nice-looking site.
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Understanding (and improving) AdWords Quality Score

Google makes PPC advertising easily accessible with an AdWords account. But a quick look around the AdWords dashboard shows that there’s more to a successful PPC advertising campaign that picking out a few keywords and waiting for results. For advertisers, the most important thing to understand is Google’s Quality Score
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Marketing, Social Media

New Year Resolutions: Social Media Marketing in 2017

Resolutions are hard, and now that we’re a solid week into 2017 the novelty has worn off. So, whether you’ve already slipped up or are going strong, here are five resolutions to consider for your social media marketing in 2017 – and I promise they’re all less painful than going
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Advertising, Marketing, Social Media

Creating Target Personas

Whether your concerned with branding, advertising, social media, or content creation; it is important to understand your target audience. The best branding strategy, social media campaign, or blog is useless if it is not reaching people who care about your content. Given the importance of understanding and reaching your target
website design, website development, ecommerce, shopping cart, conversion, user friendly, Fusion Group USA, Grand Junction, Colorado, Phoenix, Arizona
Website Design

Abandonment Issues: Shopping Cart Problems

Did you know the average abandonment rate for online shopping carts is around 69% according to a Baymard Research Institute study? That is way too high! It means people are getting all the way to checkout and then deciding at the last minute to not purchase the items in the
social media ads
Social Media

Using Social Media to Get Conversions

Social media is great for business in a lot of ways. Using it to make sales just seems like the natural thing to do, especially if you’re spending a lot of time and effort on social media. There are a number of ways to optimize your social media account and
website design, eCommerce, website development, call to action, navigation, responsive design, Fusion Group USA, Grand Junction, Colorado, Phoenix, Arizona
Website Design

10 Tips on Increasing Site Conversion

So you’ve got a website, but you’re concerned about whether or not it’s helping increase business. This would mean you’re looking to improve your conversion rate. What is a conversion rate? It’s the percentage of prospective customers visiting your site that take the action you want them to – it
SEO, website design, website development, eCommerce site, load time, conversion, Fusion Group USA, Grand Junction, Colorado, Phoenix, Arizona
Website Design

How Fast Is Your Site?

Did you know your site speed impacts your search rankings? There are a number of things that can impact your load time negatively, decreasing your rankings and conversions. However, there are some things that you can do to decrease your load time so that your website is more successful with
conversion, website design, website traffic, website development, SEO, Fusion Group USA, Phoenix, Grand Junction, Colorado, Arizona
Website Design

Tips on Increasing Traffic For Better Conversion Rates

In the world of online marketing and website design there is something called “conversion” – this is when online users convert into paying customers. The purpose of your website is probably to increase your conversion rate, generating more business. But what if you’re running into some issues getting online traffic