Remind me: How many chances do you get to make a good impression? Oh, that’s right. One. Just one. If you don’t have the best homepage possible, that first impression becomes negative for website visitors. You lose that first impression forever. Will the visitor come back? Maybe. But you’re playing with fire. There aren’t any new statistics on web design aesthetics and first impressions, but an older study demonstrated that 94 percent of people’s first impressions of a business were related to web design. That’s pretty illustrative. If you have a beautiful, functional, easily navigable homepage, you’re more likely to…
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Sometimes the best way to teach a person something is to present it within a familiar framework.
Suppose you don’t understand fractions. Sure, we could try to teach you from a fourth-grader’s textbook or we could teach you with a pizza (or pie if you’re lactose intolerant). All of a sudden fractions aren’t so intimidating, and the information becomes (queue dad joke) digestible.
Seems JBH (a UK-based content marketing agency) noticed this, too, based upon its cocktail-inspired guide to content marketing.
What they’ve so beautifully done, is compared different content marketing formats to cocktails, and then dissected them into their different components — or rather, ingredients.
So a blog post, for example, can be compared to a daiquiri — simply combine 1 part strong examples, 1 part consistency and 1 part specialist industry knowledge, and you’ve got yourself a totally delicious recipe for success.
Are we missing any cocktails? Let us know in the comments?
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The Mixology of Content Marketing [INFOGRAPHIC]
Howdy folks! Welcome to another round of Smashing Magazine CSS Q&A — the final one, as of now. One more time, we’ll answer the best questions which you sent us about CSS.
It was a great experience to run this Q&A with you – thanks a lot for sharing all your questions with us! We hope we answered them at the best possible, and we’ll surely be back with new and exciting Q&A rounds in the future.
Coding Q&A: CSS Performance, Debugging, Naming Conventions
First, let’s set a few things straight: becoming a top WordPress developer is hard work — very hard work. It’s going to take a lot of time, energy and determination. If you’re looking for an easy checklist or some “fast pass” to the top, you’re going to waste your time. Being one of the best is hard, and statistically speaking, the odds are stacked against you.
By the way, installing WordPress, reading a few tutorials and customizing a few themes does not make someone a top developer.
How To Become A Top WordPress Developer