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The end of a surprising year is upon us. Start the New Year with a fresh resolution towards excellence. Each day of January get an idea to improve your website explained by the emyspot team straight to your inbox. Enjoy the preview below.
As I was sitting at the desk thinking how to rephrase my question for the fifth time, I remembered that around this time of year we would have to write a Dear Santa letter for school listing what we needed for Christmas. Yes, I realize that needed may seem dramatic, but at six years old I am certain I needed that Skydancer. And as I write to customer support, trying to find the correct words to express my feelings about the problem, I realize how simple and useful Dear Santa letters could be.
Do you find yourself spending a lot less time these days doing useful stuff with your free website maker than you do cleaning up the messy leftovers of serial spammers? We at emyspot say screw spam. emyspot helps you manage the spam that starts seeping in when you create a website or make an online shop.
Create a website on emyspot with a few simple clicks. It is easy and free! All you need to do is choose the URL, select a theme and then activate the add-ons as you need. If you are like me, you enjoy a detailed breakdown of the process. So watch the video below as we guide you through the first steps of building your website.
Increasing the visibility of any business helps attract new clients, and if you have a bed and breakfast, you’ll already know how important it is to get out there and advertise, through brochures, accommodation directories, tourist information centers and a website. To help guests through the front door, they’ll need to know what to expect before they arrive, and whether you’re the kind of person they can relate to and connect with; after all, those connections are at the heart of every BnB.
The menu is fundamental for your website and necessary for an optimal user experience. It's one of the first thing the visitor will see and it determines the way visitors navigate your site. There is one thing you need to focus on when you create your menu: usability (and also aesthetics but that should be considered after usability)!