Have you ever thought about how many web apps you use every day? Both for personal or business use? It is astounding to think that in December 2021, 75,800 android apps were released through the Google Play Store, with around 30,000 iOS apps in the same period. That is a serious amount of apps to release to the market.
There are so many different elements to your site's landing page, and they're all important. However, they're all affecting the speed at which it loads. In the age of super fast broadband internet, your visitors will expect the page to load right away. What's causing your landing page to load slowly, and how can you fix it? Here's everything you need to know:
It's no secret that selecting the correct content management system (CMS) is crucial to increasing your revenue and keeping current. Even still, according to W3 Techs, 40% of websites aren't utilizing a known CMS, and while not every business requires a CMS, most companies aiming to scale will eventually require one.
In a highly competitive world, websites are vital for businesses to interact with their customers
Only a few years ago, application development followed a starkly different model than it does today. Traditionally, a development team would write code and fix bugs while communicating with an operations team tasked with building and deploying it towards the production stage, setting up monitoring, operating, and maintaining the infrastructure.
Were often asked what the core team uses as our development stack. We tend to lean towards BYOD strategies. As long as a craftsman is using good tools and loving them, who are we to tell them what is better? That said, one of several apps that is universally loved at PortlandLabs for working on concrete5 is PHPStorm.
You've done your research and you have content. Your inventory is ready and your landing page is good to go. Your 301s are done and search console is set up. Everything meets your standards and now you're just waiting for the right time to launch your website. Well now that you've launched your website, what should you do? Here are few things you need to do a couple days after you launched your website.
You have about 15 seconds to impress a visitor to your website and make them want to stay. You can do this in many ways including the design, page speed, and content. However, one overlooked method to optimize your website is to optimize your 404 error page.
A 404 error occurs when a visitor lands on a page that doesn't exist and the standard page is just the browser telling you that the page can't be found. This standard page certainly isn't going to impress anyone.