Launching a website, app, or digital product online will require some upfront work.
One of the things that need to be done is to set up a pre-launch landing page that helps people learn about your upcoming product and allow them to subscribe to updates about your launch.
If you’ve got design skills, you have plenty of opportunities available to you for generating additional site traffic.
In this article, I’ll discuss some ideas and show you some examples of website content that have the ability to bring in a lot of site visitors.
Great content offers website owners a plethora of benefits.
That’s why brands, big and small, from Red Bull to your neighborhood’s coffee shop, are trying to better serve their customers by providing relevant and interesting content through various channels.
The widespread issue of website owners neglecting the value of their web content is a big problem.
We should talk about this problem because, if you think about it, when people go online their primary reason for doing so is to consume content.
E-books are a good way to earn extra money. The great thing is, as a designer or developer, you’ll also have your existing expertise and knowledge to look to in order to come up with a viable e-book topic, and many of the skills you already possess will make the e-book production process easier.
You have to know (or learn) quite a lot about online marketing in order to successfully pull it off, though.
In this short guide, I will outline a fundamental strategy for writing and selling an e-book, breaking it down in only 6 steps.
Content mapping is a visual technique that will help you organize and understand the content of a website. It can be a simple and valuable part of your site’s overall content strategy. This short and simple guide should help you get started.
I had a big problem building up my digital agency: organizing content.
Content was an outstanding bottleneck for most of our projects. Gathering content from clients is difficult enough, but even more troublesome is managing the infrastructure, workflows, publishing technicalities and approval process.