Explore Shipping Costs for Your Online Shop
As a shop owner you already know that online customers are quite savvy—especially when it involves looking for gifts during the pre-holiday season. They hunt for the best deals, and you look to provide the best service while still staying profitable.
One key to mastering this balance is understanding your shipping cost options. Shipping costs can be a make-or-break factor for customers when purchasing online. So we have put together some tips to finding the right shipping options for you.
It’s worth it, especially before the holidays!
How to Add a Donate Button to Your Website
'Tis the season for giving, and if you’re running a nonprofit organization or fundraiser this may be your busiest time of year for donations. Fortunately it’s never been easier to add a donate button and accept donations directly through your website, and there are lots of different ways to do it.
Whether you want to keep transaction costs low or you’re looking for some bells and whistles, here are our suggestions for ways to take donations on your Jimdo website:
A Simple Guide to Google Web Fonts
There are thousands of fonts out there, and thousands of people who enjoy exploring their subtle differences and forming strong opinions about them. If this is you, you’re in for a treat because typography is going through a bit of a renaissance these days, and there are lots of websites and Pinterest groups dedicated to font aficionados.
For everyone else, you might be wondering what you actually need to know to pick some nice, readable fonts for your website. It’s the alphabet, right? How many possible ways could there be to display it? Well, you’d be surprised—but here’s information that can help:
Get Your Online Shop Ready for the Holidays
If you have an online store, you know it’s never too early to start planning for the holiday season. Well, maybe March would be too early... But with Christmas shoppers starting earlier every year, and Christmas decorations appearing next to Halloween candy in many stores, now is actually the perfect time to get your store in the Christmas spirit.
Whether you’re a seasoned salesperson or this is the first Christmas in your online shop, we’ve got the tips you need to get everything spruced up for the holidays.
5 Tricks to Turn Your Website Fears into Success
Remember when your parents first took the stabilizers off your bike and let go? The moment of fear, then the exhilaration when you could ride on your own. Creating your website can feel like you are preparing for a fall when you put yourself out there on the internet. However, there are some tricks you can use to conquer those inner doubts and drive yourself forward.
Rather than ignoring your concerns, make sure you acknowledge them and question the underlying assumption behind the fear. Maybe your inner voice is telling you that “building a website is too hard”, even though this doesn’t have to be the case. We have some tricks to help you out and get you on track!
I spoke to some of the experts in our team to gather the techniques that work for us here at Jimdo.
Choose the Best Color Combinations for Your Website
In a world of millions of websites, color is one of the best ways to make yours feel distinct. Color also plays a huge role in helping people recognize your brand quickly. So it’s not just fun, it’s useful!
After you’ve planned your site and started building it, you’re probably excited to get to the more creative part. If you have a color in mind already, or you’re not sure where to start, this article will walk through some of the basics of picking colors and applying them to your website, including:
3 Web Design Principles Every Beginner Should Know
You see them every day. You probably have a few favorites that you visit again and again. But what, exactly, goes into a well-designed website?
When you start building your own website, it feels like you have millions of options for fonts, colors, styles, photos, and more. But the truth is that most successful websites use the same underlying principles to make themselves easy on the eyes, and easy for visitors to navigate. There’s a reason for this, too. According to Google’s research, users prefer simple and familiar designs—and they make this decision in less than the blink of an eye.
In this post I’ll go over the basic concepts of web design that will take some of the mystery out of building your own site. If you want to dive deeper, there are many more techniques and ideas you can use, but these provide a good place to start.
8 Website Shortcuts for Busy People
When you start your own website, you're confronted with so many choices: colors, fonts, how to lay out your pages, what to put on each page, etc. It can be overwhelming! The good news is that there are a lot of shortcuts to help you get going, so you don't have to start from an entirely blank page.
Here are some of our best hacks to save you time on setting up pages, choosing colors and fonts, finding photographs, and more.
Email Newsletters: Your Website's Best Marketing Tool
When it comes to online marketing, you’d be forgiven for thinking that it’s all about social media these days. While platforms like Instagram or Facebook are great for branding and creating an online identity, they are not necessarily the best way to get people to actually buy your product.
My colleagues and I have seen (and tested) it all when it comes to email marketing tools, and we think it’s one of the best ways for small businesses to cultivate ongoing and productive relationships with their customers.
Read on for more about what makes a good newsletter, the tools that can help you create one, and how to integrate it with your Jimdo website.
Build a Resume Website That Employers Will Love
Whether you're just graduating from school or you’re a veteran in your field, you’ve probably spent time staring at your resume or CV, wondering how you can make it stand out. The bullet points, the black and white text, the awkwardness of writing about yourself in the third person—it’s hard to write a resume that really reflects what you’ve done and what you can do.
There’s a better way to describe your work experience and grab the attention of hiring managers, and that’s building your own resume website. It will add some much-needed life to your resume, and it’s easier to build than you might think.