Over the past couple of years, there has been a growing trend of new websites with infinite scroll incorporated. For those of you unfamiliar with the term, the idea of infinite scroll is that you cannot physically scroll to the bottom of a web page. If you get toward the bottom, either additional content will automatically load at the bottom… read more →
How often do you hear business and marketing pros refer to user experience and usability as the same concept? It’s true that usability is a key component of user experience design, without question. But they are absolutely different ideas. User Experience (UX) for Content Marketing On Friday September 27, 2013, I conducted a training for local Austin Content Marketing Meetup… read more →
Google+ has come a very long way since its inception. Overall, they simply added features and functionality to Google Plus during the earlier months of its existence. However, today they converted me over to their new interface. I must say, I like the changes! The entire User Experience has taken a major leap forward. It is easier to use and… read more →
I remember the days when you could launch a website and get back to business as usual, knowing that it was likely to provide some value just by existing. These days, websites remain the key to successful marketing strategies However, online marketing includes much more. This post outlines a framework for mapping marketing objectives to a more holistic view of your… read more →
Anchored links are good for helping direct users to the right part of a web page right when they click through to view the materials. This post explains the basics of anchored links and how they impact SEO.
I cover a variety of SEO topics on Return On Now, but it is often important to take a step back and consider the full realm of online marketing. While SEO is most important for presenting your best game face to the search engines, it is not the only variable at play. You also have to keep a close eye… read more →