Why it's still important to optimise your website for mobile and how to do this

Mobile is now officially more popular than desktop when it comes to the way consumers today choose to go online. Given that the number of smart phone users is set to grow to 2.5 billion in 2019 it’s perhaps not surprising that mobile is such a crucial channel for marketers and businesses. Ensuring that your website is optimised for mobile – and designed in a way that will enable your business to capture more mobile consumers – is going to be key. So, how do you do it?

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How can metrics help you to get better conversions through your website?

Insight enables improvement – that’s the same whatever the industry and whatever the context. When it comes to the performance of your website, metrics provide that essential insight that can help to improve the volume and quality of conversions that you achieve.

Laying the foundation for success

If you’re keen to use metrics to improve conversions through your website then this starts by establishing which measurements you’re going to use to support your business in reaching this goal. Some of the options include:

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Connecting online: website tips with James Caan

One of the Directors at CommuniGator sat down with James Caan to discuss how to connect with businesses online. With best practice advice on website technology & techniques, there were some startling revelations both for sales and marketing. 

The below is a summary of what we learnt from the interview editorial, but if you would like to read the whole article, you can read it here.  

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An update from Facebook's F8 Conference - What's coming up?

Facebook recently held its annual F8 conference in California. As the biggest social media giant in the world any public announcement that Facebook makes is to be treated as key thanks to the impact this could potentially have on any business that relies on social for customer engagement. So, what is coming up in the world of Facebook in the foreseeable future?

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