Dress codes are complicated. They all sound similar, and there’s a lot of disagreement as to what a dress code implies across the board.
So how can someone hope to get and hold a job when they’re not even clear on what they should wear?
That’s why we made this infographic. WebpageFX hires a lot of fresh college graduates who majored in almost everything you can imagine. So not everyone is on the same page when someone says “business casual” or “semi-formal.”
If you find yourself in a similar situation — or if you just want some fashion guidelines — learn what to wear for your work’s dress code below.
Apple announced earlier this year that it has officially reached the 1 billion active devices milestone, setting it apart from many of its competitors. However, according to recent reports, the iPhone only occupied about 15.3% of 2016’s first quarter new smartphone market share compared to Samsung’s 24.5%. In fact, the iPhone has been behind Samsung for quite a while now when it comes to selling smartphones worldwide.
But this still doesn’t reflect iPhone owners’ web usage year after year in the United States. According to our own research below, we found that roughly 47% of all mobile web users in the United States are iPhone users.
Two of the best metrics for determining how effective your site is at providing the information your visitors want are time on page and bounce rate.
It stands to reason that longer user sessions and fewer bounces mean you’re doing something right with your content.
Unfortunately, it can be very difficult to diagnose the cause of short user sessions and high bounce rates.
Let’s dig into exactly what time on page and bounce rate represent, along with what you can do to improve both metrics for your website.
In marketing, headlines are huge.
You could write a book that turns your industry upside down and completely revamps the way a business operates. But if it doesn’t have a good title, nobody’s going to read it. The same is true for blog posts and online content.
It may sound easy to write a good headline, but considering what you have to say and the time you have to say it, it could be the hardest part of finishing a blog.
So below, we worked out five awesome practices you can incorporate into your headlines.
In 1995, Amazon sold their very first book.
In 2015, Americans spent over $341 billion online.
Over the course of 20 years, ecommerce evolved from a novel new concept into a major part of the world’s economy. But how did that happen?