Your website needs to be mobile-friendly nowadays. For your users and Google. Since Mobilegeddon, it’s just a basic requirement to have a website that works well on mobile. Not sure how mobile-friendly your website is and how to improve your mobile SEO? Google provides a test to check your website: the Mobile-Friendly Test. It runs a check …Read: "Basic SEO training: Mobile-Friendly Test"
User eXperience (UX) archives - Page 7 of 9
Recent User eXperience (UX) articles
Usability is important: for everyone. To make sure your site can be properly used by all your visitors (even if they’re (visually) impaired), you have to optimize your site’s accessibility. Every software developer should at least have some basic interest in this. Well-known WordPress accessibility expert Rian Rietveld has trained both our review and development team and although …Read: "Accessibility matters"
Our Basic SEO training teaches you how to optimize a website in a holistic way. Holistic means that we won’t focus on one aspect, we consider all important aspects that can make your site awesome and rank well! That’s why we included a module on usability and conversion in the Basic SEO training. One topic we discuss is …Read: "Basic SEO training: clear call-to-action"
In our previous post about local SEO, we explained how to set up local landing pages for your site. In this post, we’re going to highlight one of the other features of our Local SEO plugin. A helpful tool for your visitors The store locator isn’t something that will directly help your site’s SEO. It’s mostly …Read: "Local SEO: using our store locator"
We’ve written quite some posts on Conversion Rate Optimization and A/B testing on yoast.com in the last few years. However, we’ve never really touched the subject of multivariate testing. In this post I’ll explain what multivariate testing is, its pros and cons and when you should (and should not) be using it. What is multivariate testing? …Read: "Multivariate testing: what it is and when to use it"
We’ve written a few posts on how to set up your A/B tests. However, the setup of your A/B tests is only the first step, obviously. Once you’ve set up a test and you’re getting some results, what should you do then? In this post I’ll be explaining how you can interpret your A/B test …Read: "Interpreting your A/B test results"
Call it a hunch, but I probably don’t have to tell you that mobile traffic has quickly taken over desktop traffic. In this article, I’d like to talk about the practical side of optimizing your mobile content for devices with smaller screens, like mobile phones and e-readers, since this is an important part of mobile …Read: "Optimizing your mobile content"
With the current trend of larger and larger header images being used on homepages, there is one thing that seems to be forgotten a lot: the purpose of a website. How often have you found yourself browsing a website, to find out only after a couple of minutes what it is the website owner wants …Read: "Focus on Clarity First"
Do you have a mobile website? Is it responsive or did you use a plugin to make it look good? Does it convert? With the use of internet everywhere, your mobile website’s user experience (or mobile UX) should get as much attention as the user experience of your desktop website. In this post, I’d like to …Read: "10 ways to improve mobile UX"
A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about cultural differences between websites. In the comments, some readers left amazing examples of differences between websites of China and websites in Europe. For instance, this example was given by Piet from WP Tips, left is the Chinese site Taobao as seen from China, right is the …Read: "Cultural differences in online shops (part 2)"