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SilverDisc’s Top Ten Blog Posts of 2015

Happy New Year! It’s 2016 and the question on everybody’s lips is of course “What were the most popular blog posts on the SilverDisc website in 2015?” Let’s find out! Read More...

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How Can Customer Profiles Help You Build Your Online Business?

Instead of simply launching into a marketing campaign, marketers can benefit from taking a step back and creating a picture of the person they are writing about or marketing to. With this person in mind you can develop a more personalised, tailored approach to ecommerce. Read More...

The Great British Bake Off

5 Conversion Rate Optimisation Lessons From The Great British Bake Off

Your website is like a cake - or at least it is for the purpose of this blog post. With The Great British Bake Off final coming up on Wednesday, what better time is there to talk about how your website should be just as appealing as a chocolate gateaux? Read More...

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4 Ways To Help Your Customers Get Used To Your New Website

So your business is getting a new, updated website. Congratulations! A website overhaul is exciting, but if you are a well-established company with a lot of regular online visitors, any big changes could result in confusion once the ribbon has been cut and visitors come flooding in on opening day. Read More...

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Cart Abandonment: What Makes Potential Customers Jump Ship?

Whether you are an online clothes retailer, a travel agency or a psychology expert trying to sell your first eBook, the purpose of your website will ultimately be to turn visitors into customers. For many businesses this means customers complete an online transaction, but some users don’t quite make it that far – leaving their basket, and your product, abandoned at sea. Read More...

Can I Get Five Stars?

Making the Most of Your Testimonials and Product Reviews

Testimonials and product reviews are a great way to encourage people to purchase from you. Here is a guide to why you should use them, how to get your hands on them, and where to put them once you’ve got them. Read More...

Website Interaction and State of Flow

Let's add a little psychology to proceedings this Friday afternoon and talk about the relationship between good website design and the psychological state of flow. Flow has been described as a state of completely focused motivation and immersion, and a well-designed website can induce a state of flow in users. Read More...

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Web Forms: Your Clients' Foot in the Door

Forms are a major part of most websites. They can either provide a pleasing, quick and straightforward experience, or they can be very frustrating, damaging your potential clients' user experience and opinion of your brand. Keep reading to find out how SilverDisc can help you get it right with your Website Forms. Read More...

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