Market Hardware's One Thing

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To Market Hardware's "One Thing," a series of tips and newsworthy updates that we want you to know about. At any given time, feel free to check back to find One Thing you can improve upon. When you stack up a lot of small improvements within your Web Marketing, you'll start to see the BIG positive results your business deserves.

How to Create a Great Navigation Bar

7/7/18 4:00 PM / by Market Hardware posted in Website Best Practices

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One of the most crucial elements of Web design is the navigation bar. In terms of user experience, a poorly-designed nav bar can make your site clumsy and cause visitors to leave. In order to get the most out of this important design feature, there are some guidelines you should adhere to.

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Effective July 2018: Website Security Will Become a "Must-Have"

6/25/18 1:11 PM / by Market Hardware posted in Website Best Practices

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Over the last few months, search engines have increasingly encouraged the use of SSL Certificates to ensure a safe connection when users visit your Website. And now, starting in July, Google Chrome will make it clear any Websites that are missing these certificates as "Not Secure."

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4 Modern Payment Methods Every Small Business Should Accept

5/3/18 7:00 AM / by Market Hardware posted in General Posts, Website Best Practices

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This article is part of a series of guest posts from friends, partners and trusted experts. We're proud to feature this post from PaySimple, specialists in online payment software solutions. If you'd like to learn more about accepting payments on your Website, we encourage you to join us on our upcoming Webinar!

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Creating Services Pages That Convert

4/7/18 3:00 PM / by Market Hardware posted in General Posts, Web Marketing, Website Best Practices

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Services must be presented to users differently than products. While products can be returned, services cannot. So, when designing services pages on your Website, keep in mind that trust is the biggest selling point. Therefore, your qualifications and experience should be impossible to miss on the page. Demonstrating that people can trust your work is of utmost importance.

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