Questions to Ask When Evaluating the Competition’s Website

When you have lined up a development company to design your business website, it is tempting to look at your competitor’s site and tell your people to duplicate it.  Although you may feel your competitor’s site is the best thing since sliced bread, the reality is that it could have flaws that you are unaware of.   With this in mind, this post tries to pinpoint the right questions to ask when you evaluate the competition.

Do you know the site is working well for your competitor?

Unless you have solid insider knowledge about your competitor, you may not know how well the site is performing for the business.  Although it looks pretty and you may admire the design it is possible that it is failing to attract clients and customers to the business.  Good web designs encourage conversions, and goes beyond aesthetic beauty.  Your competitor’s site could easily look the business, but breaks the rules of conversion and as such fails to do the business.

Is there anything you dislike about your competitor’s design?

This is a good question as it forces you to look objectively.  It will also make you look at your competitor’s site with a customer/client eye, rather than as a business owner.  If you see something that should be improved, make a note of it and give it to your designer.  Explain why you don’t like it and why it isn’t suitable for your business.

Improving a Good Design

If you feel your competitor has a good website in place, try and see areas where it can be improved.  This should be done with a customer/client eye.  This will give you good insights into the site.  It might be an idea to bring in people that have no connection with the business to evaluate it for you.  Once you have seen areas that you want to improve, talk to your designer about it and explain why.

Is your Competitor’s Website good for your Customers and Clients?

It is essential and vital that your site is designed with your potential customer or client in mind.  This will make or break your site and dictate how well your business expands.  Try and be objective as possible and approach analysing it from the perspective of your customers and clients.  Is the site

  • Easy to navigate
  • Easy to find important information and products
  • Easy to follow instructions
  • Easy to checkout (if applicable)
  • Displaying information clearly
  • Usable on your mobile
  • Conveying feelings of trust and professionalism

The answer to these questions will help guide your own design. Always think about what your future customers want to see on the website, and not how you, as a business owners like things to be done. At the end of the day, your customers are the ones that need to be attracted to your website, and not yourself. It’s not that easy to think so objectively, so in some cases, if you have a group of trusted customers

Trust in your Designer and Instinct

The best websites are a fusion of designer know-how and ability and a business owner’s knowledge and insight about their business.  It is not uncommon for a business owner to be unsure about design elements a designer puts forward, only for them to be surprised when customers and clients start complementing the business owners for their great website.

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Make your User Experience World Class for Business Success

Make it Easy for your customers and clients to do business with you

User experience design is an important facet of your business website.  The better design, the easier current and future customers will be able to interact with your business.  Good user interface design gives your visitors direction and facilitates doing business.

This post focuses on the important aspects that make a great user experience.

User First Design

The better user experiences will always be designed with your customers and clients at the heart of it.  This can lead to conflict at first as you may have one idea about good user experience, while a web designer might have another.  It is prudent to listen to designers and here’s why:

A good designer will be up to date on the latest design ideas.  Layout, colours, copy, visuals, call to actions, will all be facets he or she can bring to the table.  These aspects are vital to the success of your business online, and fall under their umbrella of expertise.  At the very least this should be taken into account.  The designer will be able to show you evidence for their suggestions based on their own experiences, or from a rated blog source.


Increasingly more and more web surfing is mobile.  From smartphones to tablets, your visitors like to browse the web while watching television or preparing a meal.  If your site has a good responsive design then your customers and clients will interact with you on the small screen.  If not, then they will look at your competitors.

A good web designer will be able to create good small screen experience as well as big screen experiences.  The importance of this aspect cannot be overstated.

Think Colours Forms and Simplicity

A good user experience will keep your objective very clear and draw the eye to what you want your customer and client to do.  If for example, you want your customer or client to fill out a form, the form will be prominently displayed in a contrasting colour, with a nice big call to action ‘submit’ button.

A buy now button will be big and easy to see and good colour use will make it stand out, just begging to be clicked.

Call to Actions

Call to Actions or CTA are vital for commercial success.  A good call to action will naturally lead your site visitor and turn them into customers and clients.  CTAs are parts of the site that provoke an action in your visitor.  ‘Buy now’, ‘Click here’, and ‘Submit’ are common examples.  The elements of a good CTA will include creative copy, the right page element for what you’re trying to do, i.e. buy, download, submit a request, etc, and be logically placed.  Again, the value of size and contrasting colours on your CTA cannot be overstated.

Bringing it Together

A good web designer will be able to see your objective and put together a design which gives your clients and customers purpose.  Digital success is a holistic endeavour, and the better designers understand this.

Discover the Value of Good User Experience

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Call to action… what it is and why your business website needs it

The Call to Action (CTA) is a very important part of your business website.  A good CTA when used in conjunction with professionally designed forms and web pages will help your customers and clients to navigate your site and provide a compelling and persuasive argument to buy. This post delves into call to actions and how you can use them to achieve business success.

Professionally Designed Landing Pages

Your CTA should be part of a professionally designed landing page.  This page should be compelling, highlight the USPs (Unique Selling Point/Proposition) of your product and service, and the CTA should give be clear, prominent and seal the deal.  Ideally, they should be a button, we us humans like to push buttons.

Here are some good examples of call to actions.  As you can see, they do not have to reinvent the wheel:

  • Buy now
  • Sign up
  • Subscribe
  • Download
  • Schedule your free consultation/meeting

When this copy is placed in a button, we just have to push it. It is how we are built.  As stated earlier, the CTA should form part of a landing page.  So let’s look at some hard and fast rules for landing pages.

Feature USPs on your Landing Pages

Unique selling points are still going to sell your message to your customers and clients and subsequently they are should be listed on the page, clear and prominent.  The CTA could well be one of the selling points, or the CTA could be reinforced by your USP.

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In this example, the CTA DOWNLOAD NOW is reinforced by the statement ‘And become a better manager’.  This is an example of how USPS can reinforce your CTA.  The other option is to make the USP a CTA.

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Colours on your landing pages are important.  Buttons and forms should contrast not just other colours on the page but each other.  A good professional will ensure a CTA colour to be the first thing that catches the eye of your customers and clients.

CTA Size

Size matters where CTA are concerned.  Ensures yours is big and beautiful for the best results.

OK CTAs are Important- What now?

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Avoid these Business Website Mistakes at All Costs!

Despite the 21st century being well underway, new websites are launched daily carrying several of these mistakes which will result into usability nightmares for your future customers and ultimately loss of business.  If you’re about to launch or commission a web design for your business, ensure these mistakes are not featured on your new site.  Ultimately they will cost you money.

Ensure you understand your Customer/Client Base

To make sure your website serves its purpose and your customers, ensure it is targeted towards the right audience.  Ensure that it has the right look and feel that your customers and clients will expect to find, and ensure that all of the content will be at least useful to them, and that your business sales message comes across.

Lack of Responsiveness

All business web designs have to look good when viewed on a smartphone, tablet or any computer of any sized screen.  If they do not, then it’s fair to say you will lose business.  Not only do they have to look good, they have to be able to be interacted with in a user friendly way on any sized device.

Recent research by Ecommerce Week shows that online purchases using mobile and tablet sales are accounting for one third of all purchases.  Search engines now also “punish” sites that lack responsiveness. That is how important such a feature is.

No Visual Content

Today’s web requires good visual content.  Videos and images should be used where possible to bring your USPs to life. Where you need copy to sell a product or service, you should break the content up into chunks to make it easier for your customer and client base to digest. If you look at this blog for example, you can see that each section is broken down into sections to make it easier to read.  You should ensure this approach runs through your site.

Also, consider using infographics where you can.  This is highly shareable content.

Avoid Automatically Playing Videos and Sounds

Always avoid automatically playing videos and sounds on a website.  It distracts from your sales message and many find this disorientating when they first land on your site.  If it is too much they close your site straight away.

Poor Call to Action

Call to actions are highly important for business websites. Your call to action should be clear and prominent and easily understood by your customers and clients.  If you can, try and avoid using click here on your product and service pages and use professional forms and buttons to make bring your call to actions to life and USPs to life.

A good call to action is not just a very good navigation aid, when they work in conjunction with compelling content; they are a powerful sales tool.

No Analytic Tool in use

Some business websites do not have a way of measuring the amount of traffic that comes to their site.  This is a mistake and surprising, considering Google Analytics is free and provides you with the following information:

  • Amount of visitors your site receives
  • Where in the world they come from
  • Traffic sources
  • What pages they look at
  • What pages perform/fail
  • Key touch points if you set up goals/events and sales funnels

And this just scratches the surface.  With this information you can make changes to your business site with confidence.  The alternative is to have no information to make a good decision.

And Finally

Your business website is a sales tool so make sure you use it as such.  To that end don’t say ‘welcome’, say ‘50% off with your first purchase’.  Which one do you find more appealing?

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Use Search Engine Marketing (SEM) to your Advantage

SEM (Search Engine Marketing) is simply the use of search engines to market your business.  If you sell in demand products or services, then utilising search engines to get your message to a new audience can be hugely profitable.

As with all forms of advertising it is a question of cost vs. return.  For search engine marketing there are two methods to sell your products and services.  They are pay per click (PPC) and search engine optimisation (SEO).

Pay per click (PPC)

To utilise PPC effectively you must ensure that your ad catches the eye.  It is in competition with a lot of results on a search engine result page, and you only have a limited space to get your sales message across.  Every word in your ad is important.  Professional ad writers have stated that a change in one word can be the difference between 1 click and hundreds.

The second part relates to the keywords and demographics being targeted. It’s very important that the keywords you pick to deliver your ad are relevant to the product or service that you are selling to the right customer. Don’t restrict to only standard keywords you know of, but do some research of other keywords that your customers may be thinking of that may trigger interest in your offernings.

It is not just the ad and keyword which have to do the business.  Your site’s landing page has to do the business as well.  Landing page design is an art in itself.  To make a PPC campaign profitable, you must ensure your page looks professional, is clear with instructions, and has big clear forms and or buttons which make it obvious what to do next.  Your landing page and your ads and keywords should have context with one another.

If you can pull this off then your PPC campaign could be massively profitable.  PPC works on a bidding system a little like eBay where you pay for position.  So if your bid limit is £10, and your highest competitor bid is £8, you should appear first.

Organic SEO

The other way to market your business on search engines is to invest in an organic SEO campaign.  Instead of marketing via ads, you make use of onsite and offsite SEO elements to help appear organically in the search listings following a keyword search.  Costs can be a little murky but the results tend to be better than paid ads as they tend to be more trusted by users.

The downside to search engine marketing is that it can take time to get right, regardless of which route you go down.  Organic SEO can also take time and there are pitfalls which are easy to fall in.  Most businesses which successfully utilise search engine marketing normally use both PPC and organic methods.

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Bring in Customers and Clients via Search Engines

With the draw of search engine marketing being potentially massive profits, it is too big a marketing opportunity to turn down.  It has pitfalls however, and this is where our expertise comes into play.  Talk to us about marketing your site on search engines today.  Click here to learn more about our SEO services, or click here and complete the contact form in order to discuss your online marketing needs.  The sooner you do, the sooner you can capture the market share from your competitors.

Utilise Video for Business Website Success

Video has a lot of applications on a business website, and not just to give your visitors something to watch.  When used correctly, video is a very good business marketing tool.  It is fair to say that regardless of the industry you’re in, video will help you get your message to the people that want to hear it.

In this post we will look at how video will help you market your site, and a few ideas of the videos you can make.

A Picture A Thousand Words

If a picture tells a thousand words, then what does a video tell? Millions? If you can make videos that explain how something works, or demonstrate your product in action, or simply talk about your services or talk to your existing customers, then you are on to a win.  You don’t even need to spend thousands to do so, as nowadays most phones have a pretty decent video capture capabilities.

If you sell products online, often the manufacturers have their own video channel and will showcase the product.  Simply by dropping in this video into your business site and making it part of a playlist on YouTube, will give you marketing gold.

Social Media and Video – a Marketing Match

The great thing about videos is that people love to share them.  How many videos of cats and dogs have you seen?  A billion and one?  And I’m being reserved.  Although your videos will not get the same love as a cat falling off a table, they will be shared by your customers and clients with similar tastes.  This means that if you are doing a good job with your videos, your content will be shared, with people who are also interested in your products and services.  These people are your future customers and clients.

Moreover, videos are easier to spread the word than say a blog post.  There are several good video channels where you can show your videos.  YouTube, being the best as it receives the most traffic.  Also, if you create a channel, you can share videos for your products made by others.  This gives you good opportunities to showcase your work.

Conquer Search Engines with Video

The other plus point where video is concerned is that they often appear high in search results.  This is especially true if your videos are on YouTube, and they have plenty of likes and shares on the video social network, and other social networks too.   Trying to climb the search engine mountain is time consuming and expensive using other means, using video however, can and does see instant results.

Making a Video

If you decided to use video always make one with your target audience in mind.  That is to say, provide information that they want to know, rather than what you find fascinating or like.  You’re trying to sell here more than anything else.  So give your audience what they want to know.  They are more likely to buy if you do.  Remember, they are looking so they are interested in what you offer.  All you have to do is make the video that will make them reach for their purses and wallets.

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Email Marketing – What it is and How to use it

Email marketing is a great way to generate traffic to your business website.  Simply by promoting products, services, and providing useful information to your customers and clients, not only will you be attracting visitors to your website, you will also be keeping your brand alive in the minds of your customer and client base.

In this post, we look at useful email marketing tips.

IMPORTANT: Obtain the email addresses in a legal way

It is very important that when you are trying to build your email database, you must ensure that you are doing so with consent of the subscriber. Subscribing an email address to a mailing list is potentially illegal and may in some cases cause legal issues or cause reputation loss.

Please ensure that you do not do any of the below:

  • Never purchase an email address list, no matter where it’s coming from.
  • Never manually or automatically collect email addresses from websites or also web directories
  • Do not borrow any email address databases from other companies
  • Do not rent email lists unless it’s coming from a reputable company that is legally compliant

And ensure you do the below:

  • Anything you use to collect email addresses, ask for explicit permission to use that email for marketing purposes.
  • Send welcome emails to new subscribers to the database to re-inforce the agreement

Have an ‘Open me now’ Title

The importance of a good title cannot be overstated.  If your title fails to engage and capture the interest of the reader they simply will bin it.  People respond well to special offers, the promise of success, something free, and so on and so forth.  Always take the time to come up with a good email title.

Copywriters are taught the value of a title as follows:

“A person receives three emails, one is a bill, one is a personal email from a friend, and the other is your e-shot.  Which one do they open first?  Unless you have an open me now title, it is clear yours will probably not be opened at all.”

Personalise your Emails

Any email marketing provider worth its sort will provide you with the capability to personalise your emails.  So instead of ‘Dear Valued Customer’ you have ‘Dear Laura’.  This subtle touch could be the difference between landing a customer and client, or not landing them at all.

To this end always ensure you sign off your emails as a person rather than a company or department.  People prefer dealing with people, and they like to put a name to the email sender.

Measure your Email Success Rates

Open rates measure the success of your title.  It is not a good measure of your email in itself.  To measure the email’s effectiveness, you have to measure the click-through rate (CTR).  This will tell you if your email is a success.  This can be taken further by seeing if someone bought or went for your special offer if you offer one.

Ensure Context between Email and Landing Page

The importance of context between traffic driver and landing page cannot be overstated.  Although this is widely known for PPC advertising, not many deploy it in their email marketing to their cost.  Whatever you do, ensure that your email and landing page have context.

To this end ensure the branding is consistent and the same title runs between the email and the landing page at the very least.

Unsubscribe Button

It is extremely important that each email used for marketing purposes contains an unsubscribe feature. This is important so that if a subscriber is not interested anymore in the emails that you are sending out, they have the option to unsubscribe, and remove themselves from the list. Also make sure that all unsubscribe requests are honoured in the shortest time possible to avoid the user getting frustrated, and start marking your emails as spam.

Email marketing is a very effective marketing channel, especially if used in combination with a professionally designed business website.

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6 Reasons why your Website is Failing

Are you unhappy with the amount of Business you conduct online? There are millions of websites out there but how many of them are actually generating the success their owners hoped?  Here are a few reasons why your website may be failing to bring in the revenue you want.

Professional Look and Feel

Each industry has its own stamp and feel where an online presence is concerned.  Your potential customer and clients will subconsciously expect to find this feel when looking for your products and services.  Winning web designs have this feel, and the bigger brands actually set the trend of what this look and feel should be.  If you feel you have a website which does not ‘fit’ your industry, you may want to ask a professional designer to take a look.

Immediate remedies include consistent style guide, easy navigation, and professional quality photos.

Inconsistent Branding

Inconsistent branding can turn potential customers and clients away.  Missing or different logos on your pages, too many fonts and inconsistent punctuation, typographic mistakes, and just a lack of something which appeals and looks professional, could be sending customers and clients to your competitors.

Lack of or Poor Content

Another aspect which could be adversely affecting sales is a lack of, or poor content.  Think about adding blogs, videos, polls, information about the products and services your offer, ask for opinions and create thought leadership content.  Try and think what your clients and customers want to know and what would be useful to them and provide it.  If you look at successful businesses they usually have engaging blog content as a main traffic driver.

As part of your content strategy, ensure you give out plenty of giveaways as these are always a good draw, and consider using vouchers to attract customers and clients.

Poor Landing Pages

Landing pages are the pages which sell your products and services to your customers and clients.  Ensure you implement landing page best practice guides ensuring your call to actions are on the money, and your link ratios are reduced to the bare minimum.  When you drive traffic to these pages, ensure context runs between your traffic driver and your landing page.  If you can do this, you will see more conversions.

Marketing is Non Existent

It is not just a question of having a quality professional website; you have to spread the word to attract customers and clients.  To this end always:

  • Utilise Social Media
  • Consider a PPC ad campaign
  • Ensure your site has good onsite search engine optimisation (SEO) and all content adheres to best SEO practices
  • Ensure videos are showcased on video channels such as Google and Vimeo
  • Always share your content as much as possible

Your Site Drives Away Mobile Traffic

Today’s web requires your business to have a responsive website.  If your site cannot be used on a smartphone or tablet, your potential customer and client will turn to one of your competitors.  Responsive sites are also necessary to appear on search engines on mobile devices.

Taking a Holistic View

Good web design, good business, and good marketing should be viewed as three necessary components to online success.  To start the process, get in touch and let’s make your business an online success.  Click here.

Utilise these Online Marketing Trends and Drive Business your way

A few years ago page 1 of Google’s search engine was the holy grail of online marketing.  Although it’s a great marketing channel to leverage, appearing organically in search results has become harder and harder over time.

This post gives you some good ideas to leverage other online marketing channels to drive business your way.


There is no shortage of ad options online.  There are various agencies which have all fought for a place in the ad space market.  Two of the most popular channels are Googe AdWords and Facebook ads.  These ads are very useful for branding, educate your audience, inform customers of company news, updates and special offers sell products directly and can also both be used to increase your following on social media.

One thing to remember is that you want your ads in front of a relevant audience.  Say for example you advertise on Google Adwords and you’re selling beds (for example), you want the keyword to feature ‘beds’ and not tangents of the keyword.  This is because you’re audience is looking to buy beds.  Facebook ads leverage an audience by interest.  So if you sell cycles for example, putting your ad in front of a cycling audience is key.

The trick is to experiment with ad platforms to determine which of them generates the best results for your business.

Social Media Conversions

Although leveraging social media traffic has been talked about for years, it’s getting conversions (sales) that count.  The fact is that millions of users (or thousands thinking of this through a Maltese perspective), several of which will be looking to buy what you offer, is something you cannot afford to miss out on.  There are several aspects to consider to make a successful social conversion, but in essence:

  • You have to make sure that the content you post to your social media mediums is relevant to your business, products and services you are selling
  • Make sure that you clearly specify a call to action – what should the customer do upon seeing your post? Click the link? Call for details? Visit your business premises?
  • In case of a link, make sure that the page on your website that displays all the information to your customer is clear, easy to understand, short and to the point and that it also displays an adequate call to action so that the customer can take the next step, for example “add to cart”, provide your company contact details so that the customer can get in touch or any relevant booking forms.

The context between the social update and the landing page being key, and some products and services work and some don’t.  It is a case of experimentation, and patience.  If you can get the combination of update, landing page and sale in the right order, you will see your revenue streams increase.

Content Generation

Content generation is not a new thing, with blogs being one of the most popular options. Using formats, away from traditional blogging may allow you to leverage new target audiences.  Videos, podcasts, infographics, free downloadable resources, research and trends, surveys and more could give you a good opportunity to get out there.

That said, traditional blogging to promote your sales message remains just as important today as it did five years ago.  So keep the content coming.

Email Marketing

Email marketing has always been strong, and now it is fair to say that utilising a good copywriter will bring results.  When combined with content to generate new subscriptions to grow the reach of your marketing, you will find that promoting your products and services using the medium can and does yield success.

Email marketing is as much about providing good content to build subscription lists as writing good sales copy to get results.

Search Engine Optimisation

Some marketers are moving away from trying to feature on the first page of Google and Bing.  This is not without reason, given the recent updates the two search engines have brought into being.   That said, if you have a brand, and you can build links, you may have a shot at taking on the big guys.

The question to ask is, should I invest the time and effort into search engine optimisation, or should I look at the other options to build my business and brand.


Every business is unique and different marketing options will work for you.  The key is experimentation to perfect your online marketing options.

6 Reasons your Business Needs a Responsive Website

Attract and Retain Mobile Customers and Clients

In today’s world where the web is available while your customers are out and about, the importance of a responsive website cannot be overstated.  Responsive websites are specially designed to fit the screen your customers are using to view your site.  This enables them to engage with it while out and about without the need of a laptop or traditional desktop.  If they can engage with your site on their phone, then they can make use of your business services at their convenience.

In essence, a responsive website enables you to put your sales message in the palm of your customer’s hand.

There are other reasons to, read on to discover what they are.

More and More of your Customers and Clients are using Mobile Devices

According to various statistics, mobile use is increasing thanks in part to 4G technologies, and indeed the responsive design of websites.  Not having a responsive design will result in a considerable loss of engagement and sales.  Whereas if you have a responsive site you are in a much better position to make sales.

Avoid Google Penalties

In a recent Google update, they have started to penalise sites that are unusable on smartphones and tablets.  This means that if you have aspirations to appear on search engines, you have to have a responsive or at least a mobile friendly website.  If you haven’t got one you can forget it.

Staying Ahead of your Competition

Picture the scene, your customers and clients are looking for your products and services, and they find your site.  It is not been updated to a responsive site yet, and after much pinching the screen they search again.   They find your competitors, nice, new, and a shiny responsive site with big clear call to action buttons, and guess what; your competitor makes a sale.  The sale you would have made if you had a responsive website.

Make More Sales

As stated, your customers and clients can’t place orders unless they can use your site.  The fact is the web is becoming more and more mobile, with 4G technologies ensuring sites load faster, and as such making mobile web more accessible to more people.

If your site can keep pace with this trend, you will make more sales.

Newsletter Signups

A proven marketing method is to provide useful information via your blog and newsletter.  With a good mobile design in place your customers and future customers can interact with your site on all their devices.  This will enable them to read your blogs and sign up to your newsletter, allowing you to tell them about your special offers and company developments.  With a responsive site in place, your business is ensured of capturing as many leads as possible.

Future Proof

With so many devices being developed so quickly, there can be no doubt that a responsive design is the way forward for your business.  It will ensure that no matter what the future holds, your business will be accessible and usable by your customers and clients.

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Sources: Smart Insights