If you’ve read anything that we’ve put out lately here at Dyn, you would know that we are very into Internet Performance. Improving your website’s performance will help better your customer experience and ultimately help with acquiring and retaining customers. While Dyn’s products can help with improving your back-end performance, there are many additional things that you can do to improve your website from the front end.
Take a look at the following links to learn how good SEO, Usability, Design & a CDN can help your website’s performance on multiple levels:
Beginner’s Guide To SEO: Best Practices
SEO broken down into 5 categories: Keyword research, search engine friendliness, development, on-page SEO, link building, and analytics.
3 Ways to Transform Your Blog Into a SEO Machine
Putting the emphasis on plugins and how knowing how to use them can help transform blog traffic. Knowing what keywords work the best and using them in the appropriate places will help the plugin work more effectively.
5 Key Principles Of Good Website Usability
A website cannot just look good, it also has to work well. A website has to be easy to learn, navigate, and be credible. Simple steps to making a website more user friendly.
5 Guidelines For Improving Your Blog’s User Experience
When it comes to blogging, bigger is better! Use bigger fonts, and more space. This article examines how clutter, and small cramped spaces make looking at and reading a blog unappealing.
Usability 101: Introduction to Usability
What, Where, When, Why and How of usability. Identifying what it is and how to improve your website’s usability to ensure a great visitor experience.
10 Principles Of Effective Web Design
Exploring how visitors think and look at websites. Visitors do not read, they scan a web page for information. This page includes a heat map of where on a page information is most likely to be seen and paid attention to.
Content Delivery Networks (CDN) Best Practices
A PDF checklist of CDN best practices largely for ecommerce businesses. Tips for getting the most out of a CDN for web pages.
Kailyn is a marketing intern at Dyn. She is currently a senior at Saint Anslem College where she is studying communications.