5 Things that annoy people
"Tidbits of Web Site Information" from Borsche Digital


TRUE or FALSE

You should use as many keywords as possible on you web pages.


Read the answer


Text alt tags on images are not needed.


Read the answer


One long page of information is good.


Read the answer

 

 
  • Clutter
    If there is too much clutter the main point of the page may be lost.
  • Scrolling sideways
    Most people will scroll up and down but most do not like to scroll left and right.
  • Too much animation
    A web site that uses more than one animated image tends to be distracting and not professional looking.
  • Too many different fonts
    Lots of different fonts and font colors are distracting and make the page harder to read.
  • Pages that are long
    In most cases if a visitor has to page down more than three times to get to the bottom, the page is too long
What annoys you about web sites you visit?
Does your web site annoy visitors?

Thanks to all of you that helped:
MDA Lockup fund raiser I was able to raise over $1,100 in bail money for my MDA Lockup fundraiser event to support the Muscular Dystrophy Association and help area residents with neuromuscular diseases. For more information go to my MDA Lockup page


Call Joe at Borsche Digital today at 630-310-8612 to set up your free web site evaluation, a $100 value, to see how we can help your business by improving your web site functionality.

The goal of this newsletter is to provide you with information and ideas that will allow you to improve your web site and your business.

Joe Borsche
Borsche Digital
630-310-8612
joe@borschedigital.com

Newsletter created by Borsche Digital   -   Copyright 2008 by Joseph Borsche      Volume: 1 - Number: 6

Join Our Newsletter Mailing List and receive a FREE website evaluation.
Email:
For Email Marketing you can trust



Copyright information     Return to top of Page     Return to Home Page    Return to previous page
Created and maintained by Borsche Digital, LLC   -   Copyright © 2004-2017 by Joseph Borsche