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  • Mastering keyboard shortcuts can cut down on production timeā€”and, even better, make you look like a pro. Get started with this list of more than 50 WordPress shortcuts.

  • Is your website trustworthy? The answer to that question can have a big impact on whether people purchase—or go elsewhere. Check out this infographic that explains how to make your site more credible.

  • Local business websites shouldn't always follow the same practices as those of bigger, international retailers. Check out this diagram for a visual guide to the do's and don'ts of your local website.

  • In this Teach Me How seminar, you'll learn how to identify your customer's current online experience and how you can make it unforgettably delightful. You'll leave with tools and tips to ensure every interaction your customer has is so positive that they can't wait to return.

  • All roads lead to your website. You need to ensure it not only communicates your brand effectively and distinctively, but also serves as your round-the-clock sales force. A website that works maximizes customer acquisition and retention while saving time, money, and human resources.

  • Many components of content marketing are controllable and predictable. What isn't? Your audience's response. Here's what you can do when a piece of content you've created simply doesn't produce the right results.

  • Let's be honest: Website visitors hate to fill out your lead generation forms. Luckily, there are proven ways to reduce form friction and get prospects to hand over their valuable information.

  • Consumers say the biggest mistake a small business can make with its website is to include outdated contact information, according to recent research from Vistaprint Digital.

  • Lead generation landing pages that are short and use simple language have significantly higher conversion rates, according to recent research from Unbounce.

  • The share of visits by smartphone users to US websites across all industries jumped 18% from 2015 to 2016, according to recent research from Adobe.