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Double Your Website Views Without Posting New Content

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How, you ask? This is made possible by the utilization of web flow’s role in our business as a design, development, CMS, and content marketing platform. This is one vital component in boosting your website. If you are wondering how this is possible, let me walk you through the whole process.

For starters, let us discuss a CMS other than WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla. A CMS is a platform or storage for all of your dynamic contents. The website references the dynamic content on the different web pages. So anytime you or your client creates or changes any content in the CMS, it updates all the pages where it’s referenced, instantly. This helps you gain full control over the contents that you publish, its structure, and how the said contents will be designed throughout your website. This allows the content creator to market its contents efficiently.

Now let us proceed to the good stuff. Here is how we can double our page view without really publishing anything new on your website:

At Sweor, a ROI-Obsessed Minneapolis Digital Marketing and SEO Agency, they call this technique: ‘The bike pump technique’.

Here’s how to your website views:

  • PRODUCE VISUALLY ENGAGING CONTENTS

    This is pretty much self-explanatory. Your presentation and its aesthetics are really vital in making your content engaging to the users. Any part of element of the content that you want to publish must be worthy of your user’s time.

  • CONSIDER STATIC VS. DYNAMIC CONTENTS

    Use static pages for very detailed contents because it allows for an even greater flexibility at the page level in creating custom designs.

  • OPTIMIZE TITLE AND DESCRIPTION TAGS FOR CLICK-THROUGH RATE (CTR) BRILLIANCE

    Okay, this one is also pretty clear. Would you want to click on boring and vague titles and description tags? No. This is why in order for you to optimize your blog, use titles that will entice readers to click and read. Switch up your existing title into something that would be more interesting to the sight of the users.

  • OPTIMIZE OPEN GRAPH INFO

    When using graphs, you need to fill out all necessary information that is relevant to the matter. It is as vital as title tags and descriptions. Failure to complete these important details such as graph title, information and images will affect how your content will be shown on other platforms.

  • ENJOY PEACE OF MIND WITH QUALITY HOSTING

    Webflow really helps with boosting your content because its hosting is not only fast, but it is also safe and reliable. It is especially ideal for websites with heavier contents because it also helps with the speed and downtime.

  • OPTIMIZE IMAGES

    When you are going to add an image, you have an option when it comes to the sizing. This will help you choose smaller sizes for your images so that it will not affect the speed of the page and to prevent affecting SEO in a negative way.

Discussed above is the benefits and importance of having a Webflow CMS in boosting your contents game. These tips will help you double your contents’ views in no time.

12 Web Design Terms Everyone Should Know

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Being in the world of web design can sometimes feel like learning a new language. You will read terms like CMS, hosting, compression, CSS. Do the terms ring a bell to you? Maybe yes, maybe no.

There are a lot of technical terms referring to the different aspects of web design and it can get confusing at times. For some who are just getting started with being a web designer or just someone looking to have their website designed, it can be really overwhelming at first.

Here’s a list of important terms that one non-web designers should know:

  • CMS

     

    • It means Content Management System. It is a platform that enables designers to develop and modify the content of a website without requiring one to have any technical knowledge about web codes
  • Domain

    • is simply the name of the website and it usually ends in .com, .net, .org. Domains nowadays can end with .me, .design, .io.
  • CSS

    • Cascading Style Sheet
    • Used to format the look of a website that determine how different the elements within the web page will appear on the screen by the user. It allows the different elements like color of the text, size, background, position of the different parts of the page to be set.
  • Compression

    • Optimization of file or data sizes in a format or reasonable size that takes up less space and that will eventually help to speed things up.
  • CTA

    • Call to Action
    • These are links or buttons prompting you to “Click here”, “Sign Up” that will vary depending on the website you are into is an example of a CTA. It entices or expects users to take a particular or predetermined action.
  • Hex Code

    • It is a six-digit code that starts with a #. Each hex code has its assigned color that will appear on the designer’s web page.
  • Typography

    • Refers to the arrangement and usage of different typefaces. With typography, websites are able communicate well with their visitors.
  • Hosting

    • Provides services by which data will be stored on a publicly-accessible server. Once it is uploaded, people are able to view the content of a website.
  • SEO

    • Search Engine Optimization
    • This enhances the likelihood of your website to appear or be discovered in various search engines such as Google, Yahoo, Bing, etc. Typical SEO techniques includes the use of keywords that can be helpful on the content portion and the use of metadata.
  • Visual Hierarchy

    • Web designers come up with a visual hierarchy before putting content on a website. This is important when figuring out what’s more important and what needs emphasis.
    • Helps to make sure your message gets across the right way.
  • Resolution

    • Refers to the image detail. So, when your images have a higher resolution, the higher quality it has. When a high resolution image is used in a website, it looks clear, crisp, and colorful. The image will have more details. When the opposite happens, a low resolution image will appear blurry and pixelated.

  • Responsive Web Design

    • When you say a website has a responsive web design, this means a website will fit in all screen sizes or different devices. This helps users experience optimal and seamless browsing on your website.