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No matter how much we talk about traffic or impressions, conversion rates are often ultimately the most important metric websites track. After all, without conversions, there would be no earnings, and subsequently, no website. Today, we’re looking at ways to boost your landing page conversions with...

The short answer is that, YES, pagespeed does affect SEO. PageSpeed is a direct ranking factor. However, load times can also affect rankings indirectly, by increasing the bounce rate and reducing dwell time. The long answer is a lot more complicated as you have to understand...

In our social media world, millions of people spend hours trying to get the perfect picture to post online to share with their followers and friends. Or during the quarantine, how many of us have taken a million photos of our pets or our kids....

I recently finished the book 100 Things Every Designer Needs to Know About People by Susan Weinschenk, Ph.D and decided to write a TL:DR version of it, highlighting the information that stood out to me and that can be easily applied to web design. With no...

Web design is incredibly important for every kind of business. The internet has revolutionized how people make purchases, and its effects reach further than just online orders. According to recent studies, 82% of smartphone owners use the internet to inform their in-store purchases. To make the...

Boostability helps businesses succeed online, and it’s only possible because of our incredibly talented workforce. Meet more Boost employees here, and find new ways to join our team here.   Tommy Le, modern-day Li Shang and web designer extraordinaire Tommy's been at Boostability since September of 2016, but he's...

Purchasing a website can be difficult and confusing. There are thousands of options available with differing costs and features. Every option has it's pros and cons depending on your budget, business model, and website needs. Generally, websites fall in two categories: templated websites and custom websites. Let's take...

Google Webmaster Tools (GWT) was rebranded to Google Search Console in May 2015. The name was changed to be more inclusive to its users, and the user process is still the same. Working for an Internet marketing agency, I see inside many Google Webmaster Tools accounts....