We won’t beat around the bush: we’re back and we’re here to SXO this place up. Yesterday, we discussed some of the foundations of SXO, but today, we’re about to delve further into the nittier and grittier details. Everyone back in! Arms and legs inside the vehicle until it comes to a complete stop. Let’s[…]
So you’ve heard about SEO, the ruler of Google hits, but have you ever heard about SXO, the high monarch of user hits? There’s a strong possibility that the answer is no. But fear not, good friend: we’re here to set you straight. What is the difference between SEO and SXO, anyway? Great question! This[…]
Think back to high school. Oh, stop. You aren’t old. Anyway, do you remember the egg drop competition? Your teacher gave you one vulnerable and exposed egg that could possibly break with the slightest bit of pressure. Then, they told you that you were going to drop it from an extreme height and hope that[…]
Know what Google’s ultimate purpose is? To seek out new pages and improved content and to boldly provide the user with the exact information they’re looking for. That means your pages need to be easy to use and navigate, while being full of evident and relevant information while also enabling the user to get where[…]
You know that feeling you get when you find a company (while searching for them on Google no less) that seems to “get you.” That feeling that you trust them already, and you know choosing them for the service or product you’re looking for will be all around a great experience? Yeah, that feeling.
And yes, it’s the same feeling you get when you read our blogs or interact with us. It’s that warm fuzzy feeling that keeps you coming back for more.
That, our friends, is what we call “user experience,” or UX Experience.