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Jan Gordon

Curatti Best Articles of 2017 – Part Three

Curatti Thank You 2017

4 years and going strong! And we couldn’t have done it without our readers, our contributors and our good friends. As with any website, you will see our evolution if you go to earlier posts. No doubt, this will continue into 2018. The last year has seen a site redesign. The most obvious changes that


Jan Gordon

Curatti Best Articles of 2017 – Part Two

Curatti Thank You 2017

4 years and going strong! And we couldn’t have done it without our readers, our contributors and our good friends. As with any website, you will see our evolution if you go to earlier posts. No doubt, this will continue into 2018. The last year has seen a site redesign. The most obvious changes that


Simon Walker

6 Tips to Consider When Updating Your eCommerce Website

Things to Consider When Updating Your eCommerce Website

Let’s face it guys; the internet world is totally unpredictable. It seems like there are changes every day. New features are being introduced at incredible speed, helping the web to stay relevant and inspiring. And the competition is insane! If a website fails to “Adapt, Improvise and Overcome” the changing dynamics, it will inevitably and


Lesley Vos

How To Write Great SEO-Friendly Content in 2018

Search engines are becoming smarter and concentrating more on users’ behavioral factors. Meanwhile, marketers are struggling to broaden SEO processes far beyond blind link building with nothing but market-defining keywords. Yes, backlinks and anchors matter; but the catch is, they all reshape all the time for content better optimization and promotion. That said, the rules


Ann Smarty

How to Play Around With Google Suggest to Come Up with Content Ideas

Google Suggest

Google is pretty much the only search engine that matters. Yes, others may be used more in certain regions, such as Baidu (with around 8% of overall usage, followed by Bing at 7%, according to Smart Insights). But even with those and other search engines, Google takes more than 77% of the searches across the


Irina Weber

7 Practical Ideas to Revitalize Your Content and Improve Blog Performance

Improve Blog Performance

You’re blogging for business. Of course, you want more traffic, and all that comes with it… As we know, one of the surest ways to improve blog performance is by kicking your content game up a notch. In other words, you need to focus your energy on creating the best and most engaging content that’s


Emma Miller

How Website Design Influences UX of eCommerce Stores

How Website Design Influences UX of eCommerce Stores

B2B eCommerce is growing at an astonishing pace. According to the latest Forrester’s research, 74% of B2B buyers make least half of their work purchases online. Moreover, the same study claims that this industry is expected to reach $1.1 trillion by 2020. In such a competitive landscape, it is user experience that can make or


Anna Rud

How To Turn Your Good Idea Into a Great Article

Turn Your Good Idea Into a Great Article

Blank pages are the deepest fear of everyone who is involved in the process of writing. Every day you’re looking for the topics that you believe your audience will love. Once your post is ready, you face another problem: what heading to choose so that your great article might shine? Well, in short, there are


Avinash Nair

3 Reasons Why Site Speed is an SMB’s Most Important Metric

Why Site Speed Is So Important

If there is one thing almost everyone living in the ‘first world’ agrees on, it’s the sheer frustration of a slow-loading website. For SMBs working tirelessly to break into the market, this can be the grim reaper of all their efforts. To put things in perspective, in 2016, experts found the threshold for eCommerce website


Neil White

6 Proven Ways to Create a Mobile-Friendly Website

mobile-friendly website

In 2015, Wired website published an article predicted that in less than two years, smartphones would overtake actions and operations previously done by computers. Today, this prediction, as well as other very similar from other expert portals, has almost completely come true. And although Mary Meeker’s (of Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers) report for Internet


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