Each day begins with an opportunity to start something new. Wherever you are in the world, whatever device you have available, we want to provide the tools necessary to embrace this opportunity, which is why we are so proud to see Weebly for iPad featured in Apple’s Change Everything Campaign.
Do you know where your website visitors come from? How about what content they love, or which products they like but aren't yet ready to buy? Answering these questions and more like them is possible with Google Analytics.
Made to Measure
Now a decade old, Google Analytics is the most comprehensive and most-used website analytics tool on the Internet, and making it work on your website is easy. First, you'll need to create an account using your Google username and password. You have a Google username and password if you use Gmail, Google Apps or other Google services (e.g., YouTube, Voice, Google+ and so on).
Everything from basic product images to well-placed CTA buttons can influence a visitor’s decision to make a purchase from your website. Here are a few eCommerce website design tips to help your online store attract and keep customers.
Promote Great Images
A well-composed product image is great for attracting potential customers and not only drives sales but also promotes social sharing. Invest in high-quality product photography and let your audience see the best of what you have to offer.
The Google search algorithm was recently updated to give mobile-friendly websites better visibility in mobile search results. In fact, all mobile-friendly sites will be labeled as such in search. Websites that are not mobile-friendly may experience a drop in mobile search rankings.
The media has called this update "Mobilegeddon" but you don't need to worry – Weebly websites are mobile-ready. The latest site themes are fully responsive while the older themes serve a separate version for mobile devices. Both mobile options pass the mobile-friendly test with flying colors. We will be focusing exclusively on responsive themes moving forward because it keeps site design consistent across all devices. We created a brief help guide to show you how to ensure your Weebly website is mobile-ready.
Have you ever noticed that tiny icon at the top of a browser tab and wondered how to add one to your website? With a Starter, Pro or Business site, it's easy to add this extra detail, called a favicon, to your website.
In this edition of “How'd They Do That," we'll show you how to add a favicon to your website in just a few easy steps.
Elements are the foundation of your website. These fundamental building blocks allow you to create a compelling mix of text, videos and images that bring your website, blog or online store to life. We’ve made sure that your digital foundation is flexible and scalable by making it easy to copy and move elements across your entire site.
The website of Mr. Dunne's biology class, the subject of our latest installment of "How'd They Do That?" highlights this unique design feature.
We love new technology and want to make sure you always have access to the latest tools and devices pushing the boundaries of mobile access and functionality. With this in mind, we are very excited to announce today’s release of Weebly for Apple Watch! Now you can monitor website traffic, manage blog comments and even check store orders and inventory right from your watch.
From newsletter signup forms to Pinterest buttons we’ve been inspired by the creative ways you’ve integrated third party tools with Weebly. Your ingenuity has helped motivate us to do more on our end, with the recent Square partnership for eCommerce and Facebook/Disqus integration for blog comments, we’re working to develop new integrations that let you do even more with your website, blog or online store.
Basic automation strategies can improve customer and visitor interactions on your website, blog or online store. Automating these important, yet repetitive communication tasks will allow you to do more with less, and provide a great experience for visitors, while saving you both time and money.
Here are two tools that can help you automate customer communication.
Uservoice is a customer service tool that helps you connect with visitors through a basic feedback widget that you can place on any page on your site. A visitor can click on the widget to ask questions through a simple contact form.
"How'd They Do That?" continues this week with a look at the newsletter signup form, one of the most powerful tools you can employ for converting readers into subscribers and building an email list for your website, blog or online store.
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