Website Building Tips
Discover Create's library of useful articles on Website Design and Optimisation. Learn how to build an effective website and promote it to your audience.
The About Page for patchesemporium.com focuses on the personal angle and story of the owner. It speaks about why they got started and the passion they found for their product along the way. They also use this page to display the many positive testimonials they’ve received. This is a perfect way to build trust and validate everything being said on the page. For more ideas and inspiration, check out our latest blog on creating your ideal About Page.
Bloom does a fantastic job of conveying to potential clients exactly what to expect from making an enquiry on their About Page. It can be daunting to reach out without knowing what the next steps are. Everything is outlined on the page along with details of who you can expect to be working with. They also include Case Studies of past work and a short bio about who you can expect to work with. Find out how to create your perfect About Page in our recent blog
Want some quick ways to make an impact with your website? Sometimes we can get overwhelmed by huge tasks we want to complete on our websites. It doesn't have to be like this. Some jobs can take less than 15 minutes and still move you forwards. Here's a list of 12 of our favourites. Which will you focus on doing first?
Which of these website tips can you tick off of your to-do list? Each should only take you less than 15 minutes to implement. These are just a few quick ideas to keep your website feeling fresh. Head over to our recent blog post to find out how to get started on any of these tasks.
WebP is a new image format that enables your pictures to load faster on your website. We've started automatically identifying images on your website that would benefit from being reformatted as WebP and take care of this optimisation for you. This will improve the loading time of your site with no detriment to the quality of your images. Find out more about what this means for your website:
Are you finding that your website visitors are bouncing from your content? They may not be able to find what they're looking for. At least, not as quickly as they'd like. One way to improve your bounce rate for your pages is to make your content more scannable. This helps people to quickly and efficiently find the value they hope to get from your page; thus building a better user experience. Check out our latest blog for more ideas on improving your website bounce rate.
How does the bounce rate of the pages on your website compare to these benchmarks? Improving your bounce rate will create a better user experience of your website and can contribute to better SEO. You can use these benchmarks when you focus on improving your scores. If you can get to around these numbers, you’re doing well for your page. If you can beat them, you’re excelling. Find out what improvements you can make and how in our latest blog post.
Are people visiting your website but not taking action? It could be time to look at your bounce rate. Bounce rate is an indicator of how helpful your website pages are to your visitors. A high bounce rate could be a sign of a problem you need to fix - For your visitors, and for SEO. Find out in our latest post: -Where you can see your website bounce rates - Benchmarks you should aim for - What to look for that might be causing visitors to bounce - And ideas for how to improve your bounce rate
Frustrated that you can't add links to your Instagram posts? You can work around this by building a Landing Page. #SomethingForTheWeekend A landing page will allow you to reference any posts that you share through the link in your bio, making it easier for your followers to find and engage with your content outside of Instagram. Find out how to build your own branded Landing Page in our recent article #SmallBusiness #BloggingInspiration #InstagramInspiration #WebDesign #WebsiteInspiration