Tuesday, September 20, 2011
by SEO Roy
Mobile websites’ homepages beat the pants off regular websites’ homepage designs at achieving a homepage’s goal: driving the visitor deeper into the site.
Q: Why are the homepage designs of mobile sites so much more effective than the design of ordinary homepages?
A: The reduced space on mobile screens forces choices in what to display, and this is especially true on the homepage.
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by Michael Erin Strong
Trusting your social experts is the key to success (if you’ve hired the right team, that is); but, how do you know that they’re right and not just opining blindly? Here is a simple guide to help you understand which content type is right for the topic or idea that’s been selected.
It is asymmetrical, either because objects are not on an invisible grid, or the balance is off. This can be fixed by pre-screening IGs with Feng Gui, and by using grid lines to align text and objects to invisible columns.read more at
[While Luke Wroblewski was writing his well-received book, Web Form Design: Filling in the Blanks, he asked if I could think of an example where a change in a form's design made a noticeable difference in business. "You mean like $300 million of new revenue?" I responded. "Yes, like that." said Luke. So I wrote this article, which he published in his book.]
read How Changing a Button Increased a Site's Annual Revenues by $300 Million ?
Sunday, September 04, 2011
More great news, Feng-GUI service is now faster and cheaper than before.
The recent service update v3.6 includes improvements to our IT systems and provides faster response time to Dashboard and Web API customers.
Feng-GUI systems are now more scalable and we want to share this success with you and let you use Feng-GUI even more, and under the same price.
Therefore, we have doubled the credits for all packages, reducing the price from $5 per image to $2.5 per image.