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Customer loyalty: Creating loyal customers

5 October 2016 | 2 Comments | Michiel Heijmans

Getting customers is step one, but keeping these customers really is a totally different ball game. You may annoy people with too many newsletters, or spend too little time on social media engaging them. There’s more than one reason your once so good customer might abandon your ship to go shop elsewhere. Engagement, and creating …

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Creating loyal customers

Improve your small business SEO today

9 September 2016 | 2 Comments | Michiel Heijmans

Small business owners often struggle with their local SEO. You have your business, your customers, and now your website demands attention as well. I frequently talk to business owners that just use their website as a reference for real life customers. To be honest, that is a bit narrow-minded. There is so much more you …

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Optimize product images for your online shop

25 August 2016 | 16 Comments | Michiel Heijmans

Product images can make or break your online shop’s success. You can hire the best designer in the world to create a killer design, but when images are bad, sales will be bad. It’s the first thing a customer will look at. Even studies show that people that shop online value product images. The most important …

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Optimize product images for your online shop

Landing pages and why they matter

Landing pages are a very important part of your business. You see, if you optimize your landing page, you can be increasing both your traffic and your conversion rate. Obviously, you should tailor that landing page to your preferred audience, but there are a number of things that go for all landing pages. In this …

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how to create great landing pages






WordPress plugins and accessibility

WordPress recently announced that “all new or updated code released into WordPress core and bundled themes must conform with the WCAG 2.0 guidelines at level AA.” This means WordPress will be making the product more accessible with every new update. Rian Rietveld’s article WordPress goes WCAG clearly reflects her enthusiasm about this step forward in terms of accessibility. It aligns …

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