Content Management

Let's Get Physical (less digital)

Nothing earth shattering but you may have noticed that I made a slight change in the list of categories displayed across the header of this website's pages. The topics of Marketing and Social Media have been removed and replaced with Experience Management as well as Vehicles (planes, trains, automobiles, and motorcycles). These changes are a reflection of my longstanding desire started two years ago to diversify the topics covered on the website socPub.

12 Additions You Should Make to Your Business Site

Have you ever visited a website that created a strong impression and made you want to return again? What is that special formula that makes one site appealing and another boring? A basic website includes some features you'll see over and over again. You can expect a navigation bar, a footer and content. However, you can make a number of simple additions to a business website that enhance the user experience (UX) and help your site stand out from the competition.

Website Templates vs. Custom Web Design – What are the Differences and Which One to Choose?

Do you require a website for your business or you want to have online representation for your offerings? Then there are many ways to build a website and present it to the public. While building a business website, there are many things to consider as well as different choices to make. In any case, the primary consideration to make is whether to go for custom website design or to adopt the smart method of using website templates?

WordPress.com Premium Plan now offering Google Analytics

After years of maintaining and hosting my own WordPress and Drupal sites myself, last year I decided to give WordPress.com a trial run for one of my websites. I opted to subscribe to WP's Premium plan over their Business plan. The initial quantity of content for my website was low and I could not justify the higher cost of the Business plan for this site.

Episerver Survey: Over One-Third of B2Bs Plan to Invest in Personalized Content in 2020

Nearly nine in ten (84%) of B2B decision-makers say increasing digital expectations from customers or partners is their top external threat according to a new survey from Episerver™, the company transforming digital experiences. In the face of these rising expectations, B2B leaders look to automate marketing, ordering and personalization with the help of artificial intelligence and key technology investments.

The Importance of Design in Storytelling

Storytelling is in our genes. It’s how we share experiences with others, as we all have similar yet different stories to tell – common ground for understanding each other and forging meaningful bonds and connections. 

Because of these reasons, storytelling has been a part of branding for decades but started gaining true recognition with the advancement of technology and the internet as well as with inbound marketing taking over. It’s what made design matter even more, helping the business create a unique story, with your customers and your own brand being the main characters.  

Episerver named a challenger in Gartner Magic Quadrant for digital commerce

London, UK Sept. 17, 2019 – Just one-in-five online consumers (20 percent) say all of their online purchases are pre-planned according a global survey from Episerver™. Companies offering frictionless experiences for both consumers and business buyers on the web stand the best chance of giving visitors, who were just planning to browse, a reason to order. The data indicates many factors can, however, stop the sale whether it is inadequate content or commerce functionality, a lack of personalization or insufficient product search – requiring organizations to prioritize digital experience technologies helping the end-user experience, not hurting it.

How to Create a Style Guide for Your Industrial Business

No matter what type of business you run, a style guide helps solidify your brand and present a consistent image across multiple media. The style for an industrial business may vary slightly from other types of businesses. People want to know they can trust you, so consistency and reliability become even more of a factor than, say, for an e-commerce store that sells kitchen gadgets. However, some of the rules are similar.

Top Reasons Why jQuery Is So Popular and How It Can Be Made More SEO-Friendly

Programmers and web developers are forever looking out for new techniques and tools that will allow them flexibility and enable them to improve the performance of their websites. Simultaneously, they are also conscious of the need for websites to be SEO-friendly to ensure that the businesses that use them are competitive. This means that they prefer the websites to be easy to streamline for search engine optimization so that they get good ranks on the SERPs and can generate adequate website traffic. JavaScript is already a very popular programming language for web development. According to statistics, some 1.6 billion websites exist globally, and JavaScript powers more than 95% of them.