Website creation blog

  • 5 emyspot tutorials for e-merchants

    Emyspot is an online CMS that allows you to create websites, online store or blogs. Each type of website has it's own specific features, creating and managing an e-commerce site not quite the same as creating a booking page of a restaurant. You can find tutorials about all the website possibilities emyspot offers. Overview and step by step creation process, tips and illustrations to better understand our tool.

    What follows is a list of 5 useful tutorials to help you setting-up a successful online shop.

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  • 4 practices to avoid and improve your website referencing

    Website referencing is to make it appear and visible in search engines such as: Google, Bing, etc.. If you aim to achieve good results, then you will need to do it step by step as if you were following an Meringue Pie recipe. Today we list some common practices to AVOID in order to have a good SEO.

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  • Put a spotlight on your association with a website

    There are many associations and each one has a very specific purpose (international organisations, non-profit associations, community associations ...). Whether it is a sport, humanitarian or a cultural association, to make it work, your organization must be known. The digital age provides us the perfect tool: a website!

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  • Manage your brand's online community

    Build a strong customer relationships to boost your business, improve customer retention and increase the emotional connection between your brand and your community!

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  • Google fonts came to our CMS

    Emyspot offers hundreds design options that allows to create your dreamed website. The typography election is one of them. Now, emyspot users are able to personalize even more their website by adding Google Fonts to their site settigns and use them in the blog and colums system.

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  • Use Open Street Map to display maps on your website

    Maps are very useful on the Internet. They allow us to identify sale points, how to get somewhere and how made take a road trip and so much more. There are many solutions available, with not doubt, Open Street Map is the most complete and customizable available solution. It's a good alternative since Google Maps became payable in July 2018.

     

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  • Add icons easily to your website

    You might have noticed, in the emyspot's Visual Editor there has been news for some weeks. Now you can easily add icons to your text using the library proposed by FontAwesome. You will be able to boost your content and simplify the lecture of your website users.

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  • Clear booking: effective practices to succeed

    Have you thought about your 2019 spring and summer vacation or your next family reunion? I bet you have, guess what? Your customers as well.

    Travellers are hyperconnected and now more than ever they have access to a large and worldwide selection of many incredible places to stay. Whether your are providing rentals for business or leisure travellers, you must provide your futur guests with instant, quick and easy booking as your competitors do.
    Therefore it's not easy to stand-out from the crowd.

    How about a little help to improve your spring and summer rentals?
    At emsypot we have been monitoring websites that perform best and have selected the most effective practices for you.

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  • What is GDPR and how it will affect your website?

    General Data Protection Regulation is a set of rules that applies to organisations in all EU member-states and has implications for businesses and individuals across Europe, and beyond.

    Within the framework of the new general data protection regulations (GDPR), the emyspot team has made some important changes regarding the personal data of the entire emyspot community.

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  • Google Maps API: Payment charges for third-party applications

    Following the launch of Google Maps Platform and changes to its products, Google has announced its developments for Maps service for professionals, as well as an application of pricing based on Javascript API "calls" effective since 16th of July 2018.

    Since 11th June, Google has been implementing this plan by making Google Maps API only accessible to application developers and publishers that have activated credit card billing and have an API key.

    If you use this service on your website, to display a map or a route, then you are affected by this change.

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