Because SiteApps has hundreds of applications, it can be overwhelming to see what apps you should you on your website. We have created our new dashboard to surface what our analytics shows as the most impacting optimizations for your site at that specific time – but their are dozens of other opportunities you can also implement.
Thus, we just added a list of ways to implement SiteApps on your site:
Fundado em junho de 2012 por Luciano Kalil e Ricardo Monteiro, a plataforma SitePX é perfeita para o desenvolvimento de sites para empresas, profissionais liberais, blogs e até uma loja virtual completa, com todo o sistema de pagamento por cartão de crédito, cálculo de fretes além de uma lista de produtos e serviços com preços e descritivos. Com milhares de clientes, SitePX agora se junta ao SiteApps na mesma missão: mudar o relaciomento das PME’s com seus websites.
Hundreds of thousands of websites use SiteApps – but most of the magic happens behind the curtains. We are adding the ability for our clients to showcase that they are using SiteApps with a “Optimized by SiteApps” badge to their website.
You will notice a new feature on your dashboard that allows you to automatically install the “Optimized by SiteApps” button on the bottom right-hand corner of your website. Read More
There are some features that every single website should have, and leading this list is a simple, prominent contact form. You created your website so that your prospective customers are able to gather information about your business, learn more about your products and services, and ultimately if they are ready, to get in contact with you. And when someone wants to contact you they typically would like the experience to be as simple as possible.
Below are 3 “must-haves” for your contact form on your site:
WordPress is becoming the standard Content Management System (CMS) for websites. The blogging platform is now powering 18.9 percent of the Web, a 2.2 point increase from 2012 (source). What makes WordPress so ubiquitous is the combination of ease-of-use interface with an active open-source community. It’s impossible not to find a feature that’s already included in the platform or not available in their plugins or themes directory.
Well, almost impossible.