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Jennevie Tanzon-Corre

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Tracking Email Conversions Will Never Be the Same Again With Google Analytics Widgets and Heatmaps!

Many of us are aware of what Google Analytics does. For one, we all know that Google Analytics helps us understand our users. However, did you know that it can also help in increasing our email conversions? Google Analytics tracks traffic channels and visitor demographics, among others. Thus, it is also capable of determining the exact number of emails your…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
March 11, 2015
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Technical SEO Audit Guide

Here comes another year, and what better way to start your new year than auditing your website’s health with our version of the simplest technical SEO audit guide that even the non-SEOs can understand and implement. MOZ offers a short checklist created by Geoff Kenyon on how to conduct a technical audit. The items are specifically included in determining why…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
January 28, 2015
SEOtraffic-relatedWeb Design

How Important Are Sitelinks for SEO

We only show sitelinks for results when we think they’ll be useful to the user. If the structure of your site doesn’t allow our algorithms to find good sitelinks, or we don’t think that the sitelinks for your site are relevant for the user’s query, we won’t show them. --- Google Chances are, you have already seen sitelinks, but just…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
January 20, 2015
mobile-relatedWeb Design

Do Responsive Web Designs Convert Better?

Now, we can safely say that 2014 is indeed the year of mobile. Smartphones had taken the place of desktops, laptops, and even tablets. And why not? You could have and do everything you need with using a phone. This also motivates Google to predict that by the fourth quarter of 2014, people will prefer a mobile-first lifestyle. In this…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
December 19, 2014
Web Design

How to Outsource Representative Users

Tell them that you are testing the website, not them. Representative users are those who will test the site. Don’t misunderstand, but deploying real users is more acceptable more so during a redesign. At this point, your digital marketing Philippines may ask for assistance such as to provide a few names that can be representative users. Finding these users may…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
December 3, 2014
Web Design

The Basic Visual Test – Eye Tracking as a Useful Tool

After the redesign, the necessary next step is testing. Testing improves the site’s performance. Unfortunately, only a handful of digital agency Philippines conducts testing without realizing that there’s a very simple way of performing usability testing. Another unfortunate aspect: those who conduct testing, however, are doing it wrong; they don’t test the site with their users – not even representative…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
December 2, 2014
SEO

When Is the Perfect Time to Outsource Content Marketing?

Unfortunately, there is no definite answer to the question. Every firm is unique in the sense that it has its own digital challenges as well as business objectives, marketing budgets and a host of other factors. By all means, you may consider doing in-house and outsourced content marketing to an SEO company Philippines at the same time. In fact, according…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
November 14, 2014
Web Design

10 Ways to Make A Website More Accessible

Have you heard of inclusive web design? If you haven’t, the idea behind it is simple: considering the needs of a variety of people in the entire design process. Inclusive web design means focusing on those people who are engaging with your website and not necessarily the technologies they used in reaching your site. So whether you are commissioning the…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
November 7, 2014
blogWeb Design

A Scrutiny of User Experience Design (UXD)

You must’ve heard the term user experience (often abbreviated as UX) by now. Put simply, UX refers to creating the greatest experience possible for those who will be using your website. Easier said than done, but not so. The secret to creating good user experiences is making the flow as natural as possible that the users need not think what…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
November 6, 2014
development-relatedWeb Design

7 Responsive Web Design Myths Busted!

Myths can’t be translated as they did in their ancient soil. We can only find our own meaning in our own time. ~ Margaret Atwood What every mobile app developer Philippines, as well as the web designers and developers in general, must know is that there are responsive web design myths out there. Don’t misunderstand, but responsiveness has immense benefits.…
Jennevie Tanzon-Corre
October 23, 2014