The world has gone mobile. According to the latest figures from Statista, in the second quarter of 2020 mobile devices generated 51.53% of all web traffic.
This follows the growing trend emerging in the eCommerce sector. Since 2017, mobile devices have accounted for around 50% of all traffic each year. It also highlights that there’s no better time to start focusing on mobile app development.
These days, everyone has access to a computer or a smartphone, so technology is always around us and keeping us connected. These devices allow us to interact with each other in multiple ways from texts to emails or communication through applications.
All of this communication can be overwhelming and usually needs to be organized or prioritized. One way to stay on top of your emails is to use email notifications. Email notifications can be a way to stay on top of priority information as you are immediately notified via email of any changes.
WordPress users are familiar with the WordPress login page screen. This is a login page that everyone has to access in order to login to WordPress in the beginning. However, the WordPress login page is also completely customizable.
A login page is an essential page that every website needs to have in order to be more secure and control the access that users have to specific content. Any website that operates as a directory or membership website, forum, social network or other community-powered entity, will require a user login.
Technology has become a huge part of our everyday lives – shaping every single thing that we do in countless different ways. New technologies are even impacting the way we shop. In 2020, the changes are becoming even more tangible, with new technologies emerging and gaining speed.
WordPress is one of the world’s most popular content management systems. WordPress is ideal for both beginners and more advanced users of web design, is affordable and has plenty of themes, plugins and other items to add to create a truly unique web experience.
WordPress themes totally show the look and feel of a website and many times are the first impression that people get when they visit your website. A WordPress theme is a collection of templates that order the appearance of a WordPress page.
Here at CreativeMinds we like to think we’ve got our finger on the pulse of the eCommerce community, and that includes knowing what’s what when it comes to the latest news and trends around the world.
Core Web Vitals are a new metric introduced by Google to measure a key aspect of your website: user experience. Previously, user experience has had no impact on how your website ranks on Google, but this is changing.
Here we’re taking a look at why Core Web Vitals are so important, the latest metrics being introduced by Google, and how you can work to monitor and improve your own website’s vital signs.
Voice search is one of the biggest eCommerce trends. With more people buying voice activated smart speakers, and consumers using their smartphones for voice search more than ever, now is the time for eCommerce owners to take voice search seriously.
These days, billions of people across the world spend hours a day online whether it be for work or enjoyment. A major part of having an online presence is being involved with social media pages.
Did you know that over 4.4million blogs are published to the internet every day? Or that 409 million people read 20 billion WordPress pages every month? The rate at which news breaks and trends change is astonishing, and even the most clued-in internet lovers can struggle to keep up.