You can bet your very last Euro on it. 69% of Irish people are regular Internet users and 50% of Irish consumers look for advice online before purchasing.
Posts Tagged ‘website’
This post is about lessons we might be able to learn from Google’s web design. If you are more interested in web design for better rankings in Google, that’s fine too. Try this post: Google SEO and Web Design.
The Google web design is basically a blank white page with a logo written in bright colours and a search [...]
Websites, succeed or fail based on how cool they look, right?
The other day I read this post on Bob Bly’s copywriting blog: Web Copywriting: Ted Nicholas vs Jacob Nielsen. For anyone who doesn’t know, Jacob Nielsen is probably considered the World’s foremost expert on web usability (on making your website easier for people to use).
I was wondering how many different answers I would get if I asked 20 people - ‘What is content management?’ I am absolutely certain that many responses would imply the changing of content on a website from one version of static information to the next, a bit like printing next year’s brochure. This is understandable, [...]
Many people running brick and mortar companies just don’t get how the Internet is important to their business. This is 2009. The goldrush is over and I’m not here to tell you that you have to have a website or that it will change your life. I’m going to try to explain why today’s companies probably can’t afford to “not get” the Internet for much longer.