QUOTE: “Why does validation matter? There are different perspectives on validation—at Google there are different approaches and priorities too—but the Webmaster Team considers validation a baseline quality attribute. It doesn’t guarantee accessibility, performance, or maintainability, but it reduces the number of possible issues that could arise and in many cases indicates appropriate use of technology.” Google.
I have my big problem to solve and I have the solutions but I don’t know how to let people know I can solve them. I’m a hair stylist so I can aproch a lot of problems from form to color or hair care or styling products. I like to find there needs and wants and educate my clients but I have a hard time reaching new ones. How do I aproch someone about there problem so I can offer the solution?

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Luckily, there are a few ways you can optimize your website to help generate more sales (almost) instantly. At Profitworks, we’ve learned a thing or two about conversion optimization and A/B testing, and we’ve uncovered a number of tactics to increase conversion. We found that as with most digital marketing methods, it can often take a little time to see results. However, you can implement these 10 tips on your website today and simply sit back and watch as they go to work for you.
Running a PageSpeed Insights test will show you which elements block a page from rendering quickly. The critical rendering path is formed by the object – like CSS and JavaScript – that have to load before the content can show up on screen. If this content is blocked, your page will render slowly or not at all. Pay attention to this and keep the path free of obstacles. At modpagespeed.com you’ll find several open source tools to help you with these issues.
It’s important to note that there is not a single agreed upon version of the funnel; some have many “stages” while others have few, with different names and actions taken by the business and consumer for each. In the diagram below, we’ve done our best to pull out the most common and relevant funnel stages, terms, and actions so this information is useful to as many marketers as possible.
Suppose your furnace goes out in the middle of winter. Your problem is obvious: you need a new furnace. And the solution is easy — you need to call HVAC providers in your areas for quotes. But say you need a new car. Should you look for an SUV, a compact car or a mid-size sedan? Even vaguer still, if you’re frustrated with how much your accountant is charging you to do your business’ taxes, you might not even be familiar with all the different solutions, like cloud-based accounting services.
We can’t stress this enough—the biggest challenge for a sales rep is to be able to identify qualified sales leads. Experienced sales reps probably know how to qualify their leads over time, and therefore effectively work on the right opportunities. But for the rest of them, this is still a burning issue. The struggle to pick out qualified leads in the funnel forces sales reps to chase them all. The result—getting nowhere.
What Google is proposing is not to turn the entire web into AMP, but rather to take some of the ideas behind the clever hacks that made AMP work, clean them up, and then make them a universal standard that has nothing to do with Google. That way, nearly any webpage could be distributed as easily and loaded as quickly as ones that are supported by AMP.
Konrath, a globally recognized sales consultant and speaker, knew she needed help, but found that advice aimed at typical workers didn't work for her—or for others who needed to sell for a living. Salespeople need their own productivity guidelines adapted to the fast-paced, always-on sales world. So Konrath experimented relentlessly to discover the best time-savers and sales hacks in order to deliver the first productivity guide specifically for sales success.
Most importantly, compare your data against a model that gives you a full-funnel view. You don’t want to discredit the importance of nurturing material by relying only on the material that brings leads in, or gets them to hit the “buy” button. A linear attribution model divides the sale’s credit up evenly between every touch point, which provides an even view of your funnel. However, not all touchpoints are equal. Because of that, a linear model can be inaccurate.
A marketing funnel with social networking helps your business become the first item a customer sees when searching for a product online. At the top of the marketing funnel, you accumulate "followers" across all online social platforms. Next in the marketing funnel, you could talk to 20 of your top customers and monitor their social conversations to become aware of opinions about your brand. As you optimize your business on search engines, customers see your business first when searching for your product, which may trigger a sale at the end of the funnel.
Only 10 percent of the waiting period is defined by the HTML response to browser requests, and the remaining 90 percent of the delay is caused in rendering pages, parsing HTML, executing code scripts and retrieving embedded assets. Website performance overhaul with optimization tools and script tweaks can scrape off sizeable chunks from page load times, but perhaps not as effectively as developing a speed optimized website from scratch. And the latter is more of a marketing strategy, a business decision and slight awareness in avoiding the most common mistakes that can potentially ruin online businesses by killing website performance.

If you’re unfamiliar, AMP is Google’s attempt to make webpages as fast and portable as other “instant articles” (like what you might read on Facebook or Apple News). The idea is that when you click a link on those other platforms, you don’t have to wait for the article to load because it’s already preloaded in an app. AMP’s goal is to bring the same performance to the web itself.
Time is one of our most precious assets and in the sales world, it is SO easy for time to disappear on the low-value and unimportant things. Jill's book isn't a typical time management book of trying to cram more into an already crazy day. No. She's digging into bigger themes that create selling success - like the work we choose, how we design our days, how we focus in a sea of distractions, and even how we take care of ourselves. There are a lot of simple, effective strategies in this book to help you to create more time - for your sales efforts, your results, and your life.
I work with luxury vacation property developers that are tired of hearing complaints from their home owners, property managers and real estate agents about the bad tap water. They are tired of hearing that its making their stomachs hurt. They are tired of having to explain where to go in town to get bottled water. They are tired of having to tell people not to “drink from the sink” They are tired of losing big sales to another developer just because he has tap water that doesn’t make your stomach turn.
Your server response time is affected by the amount of traffic you receive, the resources each page uses, the software your server uses, and the hosting solution you use. To improve your server response time, look for performance bottlenecks like slow database queries, slow routing, or a lack of adequate memory and fix them. The optimal server response time is under 200ms. Learn more about optimizing your time to first byte.
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