I’ve always been into tech – I’m obsessed by gadgets and have a wide range of obsolete, discarded electronic items scattered around the house. In the late 90s I was convinced the mini-disc was the best music format (I have 2 players and over 40 discs.) Because of this history I urge you to not judge my wife too harshly. Continue reading “How to get a new iPhone 6 – a partner’s guide”
Internet browsing is going mobile – make sure you’re ready!
It goes without saying that a modern mobile site should be written in responsive design so that the content re-sizes to fit the screen size available. However, often scaling down a desktop site to fit the screen results in unreadable text and images lose much of their impact. Continue reading “Mobile Menus and Fonts – 5 Tips to a Better Mobile Site”
There is lots of useful information in your experiments’ page. Here’s a brief guide to help you find your way around.
The experiments’ page is designed to give you a visual representation of the results of the different layout experiments being tested by ezoic. The results are organized by device (desktop, tablet and mobile) and can be customized to show particular date ranges. Continue reading “Reading the experiments’ page”
We’re excited about it. And you should be too!
Business and Corporate Sites
Ezoic’s optimization technology is now available for business and corporate sites who are looking to improve their website’s usability. Get access to touch-and-swipe enabled mobile and tablet versions of your site along with modern, user-friendly desktop versions.
Google has reported that upwards of 70% of people are more likely to use a service or buy a product if the company has a mobile-friendly site. Don’t lose out on those potential customers! Continue reading “New Features June/July 2014”
Testing – Not just for ecommerce websites
Ecommerce sites are pros at testing their website’s layout. Take Amazon, for example. Their site looks different than it did a couple of years ago, especially on mobile and tablet. Does it look better now? That’s a personal question. Does it perform better? You can bet your last dollar it does. Continue reading “Website Testing: Not just for Ecommerce sites”
Here are a few basic tips/reminders you can try to improve your income from Adsense:
1. Use the most popular Adsense ad sizes, experiment with the new, bigger ad sizes and test their location on the page.
Picking adsizes that are popular with advertisers, you’ll get more competition for your inventory between advertisers and a higher cpc, so always keep plenty of wide ‘stock sizes’ on your site. Continue reading “Make the most from your Website with these Top 5 Adsense Tips”
- Write great content – update regularly
Content is King – a bit of a cliché maybe, but it is still absolutely true. Your content is the reason people come to your site and quality/quantity of content is also among the main factors in search engine ranking. Visitors don’t come because they like the look of the site, or because you have some fancy transitions for images etc. It’s all about the content. Continue reading “5 Practical things you can do to improve your site”
Which website to launch next?
Looking for a new website idea? Interested in making some good money from your website?
There is no secret formula to be successful online, but we think if you follow these guidelines you are more likely to succeed! Here’s a few tips – take it or leave it! Your call 🙂 Continue reading “Tips on picking the topic of your (next) website”
Free information on tap
We are truly lucky to live the digital age, where access to information on just about any subject imaginable is available at the click of a mouse, jab of a finger, or wave of a hand! And this information is – for the most part -free. Whether you’re looking for information about brain chemistry, gardening advice or to find that single elusive ‘fact’, you’ll most likely use Google or another major search engine and get an answer almost instantaneously. Continue reading “Advertising is not a dirty word: why advertisements are good for your site.”
For many of us, our best ideas don’t come to us when we are in a boardroom or sitting at a desk — they tend to come to us when nothing else is occupying our minds. For me, the problem with this reality is that it is a rare occasion when work or the kids isn’t consuming the vast majority of my mindshare — so the only time that I seem to “free” from distractions is when I’m sleeping (or supposed to be). Continue reading “Sleepless Startup”