a) Logo development & Business Consulting: A business without a brand is just another “someone” out there. Put a face to the business and bring it to life with a well designed business logo. Consulting at a fixed rate for small business start-ups (Costs are on par with the government subsidy for small businesses but more detailed and less paperwork).
Fast forward to today, I now have a professional video team for my videos, and even though they cost about $1,000 per video to produce, I can still give them away each week because I’ve got a system in place that generates sales. I can also happily hire expert web designers, professional photographers, developers, and more, all because I have the balance sheet to support it.
Solution: QueensOfDistraction.com offers online group coaching in a secret, private room headed by me, a national expert in the field of ADHD who, along with other women with ADHD, will help you to get things done in weekly hands on sessions. Members in this pro-active “roll your sleeves up and jump in” group are able to tame the clutter, manage paper, and get things done through assignments and check-ins.
Make it as easy as possible for mobile visitors to buy whatever you’re selling. This may involve an extensive overhaul of your checkout process (see tip #18), or the design and launch of an entirely separate mobile site. Amazon’s mobile site is an excellent example of how mobile ecommerce can (and arguably should) be done, but you don’t need Amazon’s resources to create a compelling, user-friendly experience for visitors on mobile.
Google also has a great page with plenty of tools for the web developer serious about improving website load times. I will no doubt introduce some new things over time that will increase my download times again, but I will be sure to keep an eye on things. I’m sure there are a few other things we could do to increase the download speed of our pages, but that will do for now.
AMP JS, on the other hand, ensures all of these elements load in an effective way. In my opinion, the third component, AMP Cache, is really AMP’s bread and butter. With AMP Cache, your landing page is cached by Google (or other third parties) so when a visitor requests your page from a platform like Google, it is served almost instantly. Which means the visitor isn’t stuck downloading every single image on their measly 3G connection before they can see your offer.
Browsers cache a lot of information (stylesheets, images, JavaScript files, and more) so that when a visitor comes back to your site, the browser doesn't have to reload the entire page. Use a tool like YSlow to see if you already have an expiration date set for your cache. Then set your "expires" header for how long you want that information to be cached. In many cases, unless your site design changes frequently, a year is a reasonable time period. Google has more information about leveraging caching here.
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