Google Tells You Where To Place Your Content




WebProNewsDE (Enable Images to Fully Enjoy)
News and Views for Internet Professionals in Germany WebProNewsDE (Enable Images to Fully Enjoy) News Archives About Us Feedback WebProNewsDE Home Page About Article Archive News Downloads WebProWorld Forums Jayde iEntry Advertise Contact
February 02, 2012
Is Your Website Content In The Right Place?
By Mike Moran
Everyone knows that you must place the most important content at the top of the page, right? Everyone knows that you should write like newspaper reporter. Put the most important stuff in the headline, don't bury the lead, blah, blah, blah. And especially-don't put important stuff "below the fold." Below the fold once meant that you keep the good stuff on the upper half of a broadsheet newspaper page, but on the Web it has come to mean that you put the best content at the top of the screen so that people don't need to scroll down to see it. And I knew all of that. At least I thought I did.

My friend Robin DeCato-McCarthy from Converseon alerted me to a new tool from Google that brings this home with shocking immediacy. If you haven't seen it, check out the Google browser size tool. It's such a simple but important idea-put any URL in and it will show you what percentage of browsers see what parts of your screen. Here is what it showed for the Biznology home page:

Continue Reading


Today's Top Videos:
Animals in Super Bowl Ads Are Better Than Celebs, Says Ace Metrix
The Super Bowl is less than a week away and people are already talking about the commercials. What will the brands come up with this year?
Voters More Apt to Go Online for Political Information
Popular forum Topix and Equation Research recently conducted a study to learn more about the relationship between the Internet and politics. The companies surveyed 1,000 U.S. voters...
News of Autistic Boy Allegedly Put in Bag Sparks Controversy Online
Just before Christmas, the story of a 9-year-old autistic boy from Kentucky began to gain attention both on and offline.
Recent Articles:
What Is A Copywriting Motivator?
Well, before I answer that, think for a moment about what it is that makes you decide to buy something. First off, you'll have a need (whether you're conscience of it or not). Whether it's a party coming up that you need a new dress for (and shoes, bag, make up etc.), or a problem with your business that you need a solution for, something will trigger a potential buying decision. Last week, I was leaving my Accountant's office at about 5pm. It had been a long day and I'd not had a lot to eat. As I walked back to my car, my stomach was...
Read More...

How Do You Prepare For Meetings?
Regardless of what business you're in, conducting a meeting is bound to be part of your marketing process. Whether you are meeting a new client, pitching an idea to a new investor, or...
Read More...
How And Why To Use Pinterest For Business
These days we get a new "it" thing every few months. Right now a newish service called Pinterest qualifies as next year's Google+ or Twitter. Essentially, Pinterest is a social bookmarking site...
Read More...
Over 100 Ideas To Help You Grow A Great...
I have some really useful marketing and business development ideas to share with you today. Developing a highly profitable business You work hard and deserve to see the rewards. I want you...
Read More...
Other iEntry Business Resources:
- WebProNews.com
- Jayde.com
- MarketingNewz.com
- SalesNewz.com
- CareerNewz.com
- InvestNewz.com
- eCommNewz.com
- WebsiteNotes.com
- ManagerNewz.com
iEntry
 
--This email is a service of WebProNewsDE--
iEntry, Inc. 2549 Richmond Rd. Lexington KY, 40509
2012 iEntry, Inc. All Rights Reserved Privacy Policy Legal