This Friday, we’re all about websites. Take a look at these great resources to solve your website development problems, take your web design a step further, or just to get ideas.
A fantastic resource for gorgeous, clean web design, this blog tackles problems you didn’t know existed and answers questions you didn’t know you had.
While a lot of this is common sense, it’s always interesting to know why. Researchers conducted a study, Eyetrack III, to determine the eye movement of a sampling of people poking around at content online, and the results reinforce what we’ve long suspected about online readership and attention-grabbing. Review this brief summary, or click through to the study’s website to get at the nitty-gritty of font sizes and multimedia.
Maximize conversions with this free tool; testing your changes and monitoring the resulting traffic flow has never been easier. You guesswork days are over.
SEOmoz brings a wealth of free tools to help you do everything from locate authoritative links, to gain keyword insight from a variety of search engines, to crawl websites’ SEO content browser-style.
As it turns out, AdWords and SEO optimization aren’t mutually exclusive. While not for the faint of heart, this is a comprehensive look at how paid ads can play a part in driving organic traffic to your website.