Unless you’ve got the memory of the Rain Man you’re probably struggling to manage all of the online passwords in your life. This is a problem and, let’s face it, a security issue. You don’t want to be resetting your passwords all the time, because you forgot which password you used for what site. Or even worse using the same password for every site only to find out you can’t access anything and a spotty teenager has stolen your online identity.
Like degenerate gamblers, Ecommerce store owners are hooked on their conversion rate. Higher conversion rate means more leads and ultimately money in the bank. Unfortunately the average conversion rate for a lightbox hovers at a measly 2% – 4%. Gamified optin forms changed all that.
In between watching viral videos of animals doing tricks, humans doing crazy things and liking photos of another person sitting with their back to the camera in a beautiful setting, people stop playing with their social media to consume content. A lot of content… In fact social media is one of the largest sources of referral traffic to websites.
Coming up with a great headline for your content is essential. Unfortunately your brain can feel like it’s on the wrong side of the Matrix. Tumbleweed rolls in that space between your ears where your brain should be. Whatever combination of words you come up with is quite frankly shit. Well, rest assured it happens to the best of us…
Photoshop is the ultimate designer’s tool. When you master it you’ll be as confident as Mr Miyagi waxing a sports car. The problem is you don’t need all that power for simple design jobs. Sometimes you just want a nice point and click solution. We’ve shortlisted the six best Photoshop alternatives for online designers.
Blogger crack, more commonly known as Pinterest. The site can send hundreds or even thousands of people to your blog every day. Once you see those analytics stats you’ll get hooked and you’re not the exception. Pinterest is the sixth most visited social media site online, but the second highest source of referral traffic to blogs (stat normally cited is from 2015).
If you create marketing material for a living you’ll have experienced the headache of trying to make product mockups. This inevitably involves 30 minutes on Photoshop attempting to create an iPhone, iPad, laptop or PC mockup that looks like it was made with Microsoft Paint. Then, after throwing your mouse at the wall, phoning your ‘go to designer’ to make it for you. Thankfully there’s an easier solution.