Blog Design

    • 5 Tips to Make Sure Your Blogs Works on Every Browser

      Making sure that your blog looks and works correctly is one of the major things you need to get right. Your readers will not take it kindly if something does not work on their browser or mobile device. But how to make sure that all works correctly? Today let us take a look at the top 5 cross-browser testing tips to quickly test your blog.

      The Blog Herald- 12 readers -
  • 7 Key Design Elements for a Mobile Landing Page that Converts

    … to design a high-converting mobile landing page. Have you tried any of these tips before? How did it affect your conversion rate? Do you have any questions about mobile landing pages? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments. And if you need any help optimizing your website, blog, or landing pages for conversions, you can get in touch with me…

    @ProBlogger- 16 readers -
  • SPI 260: Undergoing a Website Overhaul with Rocket Code

    … At this time last year, got a serious facelift. With the help of the amazing team over at, we revamped the website to make it faster, sleeker, and more searchable, all in pursuit of providing you guys with the best experience possible. In today’s episode, you’ll meet two of the people who made this website…

    Pat Flynn/ The Smart Passive Income Blog- 29 readers -
  • Cheap Blog Design Hacks for Non-Designers

    … You could argue that when it comes to writing, the essence is far more important than the presentation. But although this principle might work for textbooks and novels, it won’t for online blogs. Keep in mind that design is a major factor in user experience. Design affects the growth of your readership. Unless you are a popular person…

    Christopher Jan Benitez/ Growmap- 38 readers -
  • 9 Reasons I Hate Your Blog

    … tips like this article in his ebook and bi-weekly newsletter service. The post 9 Reasons I Hate Your Blog appeared first on ProBlogger. Related Stories 5 Google Font Combinations That Will Make Your Blog’s Design Sing Get Your First 1000 Readers: Here’s Your Step by Step Plan Could Marketing Automation Be Hurting Your Blog-Reader Relationships? …

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 20 readers -
  • How I Tweaked My Blog’s Design and (Almost) Doubled Signups

    … One of the beautiful things about running your blog on a self-hosted WordPress setup is that you have complete control over its design and functionality. If you can think it, it’s probably possible. Last month I decided to make a few changes to my WordPress theme in order to see if I could improve the reader experience at the same time…

    Blog Tyrantin Affiliate Blogging How To's- 33 readers -
  • 9 Simple Steps for Choosing the Perfect Name for Your Blog

    … Whether it’s your first day at school or a new job, there’s something to be said for starting off on the right foot. Launching a new blog is no different. Think about it – in the coming days, weeks and months, you’ll be devoting hundreds of precious hours to this thing. You might as well give it all you’ve got right from the get-go, right…

    Jeffbullas's Blogin Blogging- 18 readers -
  • The Best Typography Tools To Make Your Blog Super User-Friendly

    …. A blogger with a good understanding of typography can use their skills to influence where attention is drawn on a web page, which information stands out, and even the order in which readers will look at text and images. Imagine the ways that you could use these skills to increase the emotional impact of your web page design and blog posts, or how…

    @ProBlogger- 26 readers -
  • Create Beautiful WordPress Content With This Drag & Drop Tool

    … StudioPress themes and Twenty Sixteen) and they have all worked. Make use of the free trial to see how it works. See VC In Action I’ve created a video to demonstrate how the plugin works. Download a free trial of Visual Composer here. Related Content You May Enjoy OMG! Web Design Made Easy 7 Tips To Make Your Blog More Personal Selling Ad Space With OIO Publisher 42 Fabulous Free Web Tools Starting a Blog is Easy, But… …

    Lisa Irby/ 2 Create a Websitein Content Blogging- 34 readers -
  • 5 Tips for Recruiting a UX Designer

    … As your blog have increasingly become your first point of contact with potential consumers, you might want to look into hiring a professional UX designer to help you set your blog apart. This is because engaging and thought through online user experience could be very crucial to the success of your blog. In 2014, DMI produced a report…

    The Blog Herald- 23 readers -
  • 3 Key Tips On How to Make Your Website User-Friendly

    … website from both the vendor’s and consumer’s point of view. Guest Author: Stephanie Norman is a professional writer with 4 years of experience from Sydney. Also, she works as web designer and content marketing specialist in Australian Writings, a company that offers assignment help for students. You can follow her at Facebook and Google+. The post 3 Key Tips On How to Make Your Website User-Friendly appeared first on Jeffbullas's Blog. …

    Jeffbullas's Blogin How To's- 24 readers -
  • Are You Ignoring This All-Important Aspect of Your Blog?

    … got you covered. With the intuitive information and guidance found in this post, you’ll be able to take action and give your blog a simple adjustment it drastically needs. Study Consumption Patterns Every blog is different, but users often consume information and interact with content in similar ways. Over the years, web designers have studied…

    @ProBlogger- 20 readers -
  • Should a new blogger get a custom design for his blog?

    … There are some things that people take for granted without questioning them. Call them sacred cows, if you like. But we learn and grow from questioning, and when you have a bit of a rebel streak in you, as I do, you are likely to ask blasphemous questions. For instance, “Does a new blogger really need a custom design for his blog?” Just quickly…

    Famous Bloggers- 40 readers -
  • The 5 key elements your blog’s ‘Start Here’ page must have

    … This is a guest contribution from Kelly Exeter. Imagine this: you’ve written a killer blog post and it’s being shared all over the place. Woo hoo! Your traffic is going through the roof and it’s great fun watching those numbers climb. There’s just one problem; all those new readers are reading that one viral post and then leaving your site…

    Stacey Roberts/ @ProBlogger- 38 readers -
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