Hello, we are looking for a new sales person to come and join our team.
Pop Creative specialise in website optimisation to improve user experience. We provide support, security and unlimited website changes are within our service.
We are looking for someone who has the ability to connect with the right people within a business and develop a relationship.
If you feel you would be a good candidate for the position then please send your CV to email@example.com. Please note, you don’t have to be local, we are happy for people who work for us to work from home.
Every day we support our clients and their websites. It might be helping them with a layout of a page, creating a new page, or fixing a bug. It might also be as simple as helping them with an issue they have on Facebook. With each job, we create a ticket (as you can see from the graphic, since starting our ticketing system we are on ticket 1,661), and once the ticket (job) is completed we ask our clients to rate the service. This is to make sure our clients are always happy.
We aim to complete tasks on the same business day that they are submitted. If you request a task over the weekend, we generally take care of it on Monday morning unless we deem it to be urgent. Below is an example of a happy client:
In the last 30 days we’ve had 100% positive feedback. If you’re not getting this level of service from your web team, why not give us a go!
We surveyed 200 people, selected at random from all over the UK, and asked what would make them leave a website within ten seconds. Here’s what the survey revealed.
72.64% said they would leave a website if the webpage was to slow to load
Anybody who has ever experienced delays, either being left hanging on the phone for your gas supplier, bank or even train delays, will be familiar with how quickly frustration turns to irritation and even anger.
There’s not a big difference when it comes to websites – except that with one click you can leave the website. Out of the 200 people we surveyed, an incredible 73% – that’s nearly three quarters of visitors – will leave a site if it takes too long to load.
51.74% said they would leave a website because of Pop-ups!
Just over half of the people we surveyed said that pop-ups on a website would make them leave. While we think pop-ups can be very useful they have to be done in a way that wont make the user close down the browser.
48.76% said they would leave if the website was broken in some way.
Anybody who has found a web page is broken in some way can be painful.
In our survey we found that almost half of all respondents reported that a website that was broken in any way would leave them rushing for the exit.
Sign ups are an important method for building your audience, but it is essential to follow online etiquette. Demanding immediate customer registration can cost up to half your visitors according to our survey.
Most of us no doubt know the lyrics, but who knows where to actually find Amarillo?
Over 35% of people said that bad navigation is their biggest put off.
Very old pieces of news and out of date content can easily suggest that the website or even your business is no longer active and put off almost a third of visitors instantly.
The majority of viewers now browse websites on mobile devices, and expect to have a great browsing experience. If you don’t serve your customers a great mobile version of your site, as many as a quarter will leave immediately.
When it comes to the copy on your website, an awful lot. Of the two hundred people we surveyed, 1 in 5 people said that they weren’t feeling the love when it comes to typos. Ensuring the spelling, punctuation and grammar on your site is perfect may be a daunting task, but it could clearly be well worth the investment.
At number 9 in our survey and a key off-putter for 15% of visitors is failing to offer your customers a chance to get to know you – that is, not having an easy to find ‘About us’ page.
It’s no surprise really that people would want to know who they are dealing with (as well as a legal requirement for certain information to be publicly accessible), and yet many websites are still weak in this area.
The round up
If no one is working to keep your website up-to-date and constantly testing the above, you may be losing business.
To talk about how we can help improve your website now, call us on 01691 662712 or contact us online here and we’ll be happy to talk about how we can help.
Whoohoo! We are celebrating after being awarded Google’s coveted ‘Partner’ status following a visit to Google’s HQ in London. The award is a coup for us, making us one of only a handful of companies to achieve this status in the surrounding counties.
The Partner status recognises companies that have in-depth knowledge of Google’s products and requires companies to pass two exams to show their knowledge of Google search. (https://www.google.co.uk/partners/) This means Pop Creative can work alongside Google to help grow local businesses.
Living in a rural area means people go online to look for services and products much more than they do in cities where they can find them on their doorstep. Being online and having a strong presence can really boost local business and trade with things like ‘click and collect’ services which are becoming very popular.
As well as advice and support we are also able to offer Google discount vouchers and offers to help local firms grow their businesses online. If your interested in finding out more about what we do then why not give us a call on 01691 662712 or drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Curteis Jewellery is one of the UK’s largest and most recognised quality jewellery manufacturers for the retail trade industry. We are proud to have worked alongside Curteis for a number of years on many projects, from the design and build of their website, design and print of their catalogues to their exhibition stands.
WordPress 4.0.1 hit today which includes security updates. You can read more over at https://wordpress.org/news/2014/11/wordpress-4-0-1/ but this release fixes a few security issues recently found in the 4.0.0 and earlier releases.
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