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Bespoke vs Web Design Templates

A writer has a moment of inspiration, finally that elusive topic for their next story has presented itself. They sit, ready to produce that one piece of content that will get them noticed. They stare at the empty white page, cursor blinking, and they sit a little longer, sure they know what to say just not how to say it. This is writers block.

This doesn’t just apply to writing stories, how about when imagining your website? You’re sure what you want you just don’t know how to apply it. To make matters worse, once you have finally moulded the website in your image the price sends you past writer's block and into a coma. What if there was an alternative? What if you could choose from a set of pre-designed templates to get your creativity-juices flowing and then adjust them to you, whilst also saving money? Well, this service exists, and is becoming increasingly popular amongst smaller businesses. So, what’s all the fuss about? What are the benefits of web design templates?

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Best Log-in Page Designs

A log-in page is so much more that just a form. Well-designed log-in pages help a user to take the plunge to signing up to a website or interacting with it's user-based features. Here are some of the best from around the web.

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How to Get Repeat Traffic to Your Website

Beyond the actual maintenance and technical issues, running a website has three major challenges; getting people to go to your website, getting people to stay on your website, and getting people to return to your website.

Repeat traffic is massively valuable. If a user has visited your website and enjoyed the experience so much they have returned, it proves that you are doing the right things. This is gold dust. Returning users are massively more likely to purchase from you, share your content, and engage on comment sections. The question remains though, how do you get people to come back to your website? Read on to find out.

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How Far Do Users Scroll - Scroll vs. Click

Unlike printed content, content on the internet can be endless. You can write reams upon reams of content to your hearts content, safe in the knowledge that there is no ‘bottom’ of the page. You do not have to fit your work into tight word constraints so it can be published in a magazine or newspaper. No, websites have released our shackles and given us the freedom to babble on to our hearts content.

Except in actual fact they haven’t. The opposite is true really. Online users have an even smaller attention span than those flicking through a magazine. So, if you listen to the general online consensus, your content should reflect that; considering many variables regarding scrolling and content structure… or should you?

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