25 Features Every Online Business Must Have in 2017

For a business to truly succeed online, you need to make sure that your website is packed with features! There are tons of small details that can make a huge difference – both in terms of increasing trust with customers, and also giving them extra functions that aid conversions and improve the overall user experience of your site. It can make your business truly unique from others offering a competitive edge.

This infographic shows 25 features that are key to improving your online business from showcasing your contact information to ensuring that you have a great UX structure that’ll boost conversions and aid usability. Both of which are key in 2017! Building trust within your site by adding testimonials, contact information and social media profiles is a sure way of increasing conversion rates. You can increase conversions through design and also by choosing a reliable web hosting provider.

At UK Web Host Review we’ve tested only the best web hosting companies and have featured some fantastic options for find your next hosting company.

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The Trillion Dollar Industry of Cyber Attacks

Cyber attacks are in the news. They are happening more often, and the types of attacks are now including “ransom” type attacks that demand money to unlock your files or remove the infection.  The cyber attack industry is fast growing, and these services are greatly needed.  Read through this infographic below detailing the types of attacks and costs to all of us.  Infographic provided by PWNIEExpress.

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Facebook or SEO: Which is Better?

Two primary marketing channels for webmasters these days are SEO and social. Though, let’s be honest here; when we talk about social marketing, we’re mostly just talking about Facebook. Sometimes Twitter squeezes in, and sometimes LinkedIn, Google+, and a few others pop their heads in, but Facebook is where it’s at.

There’s a bit of a misconception out there that you should focus your efforts on one or the other. Facebook marketing is part of an overall large marketing plan. So is SEO, which is itself comprised of onsite factors and external content marketing and link building.

Savvy marketers know that you can do all of this together. You can do paid ads on and off Facebook, you can do link building that involves both social networks and blogs, you can work with organic SEO, and a lot more. However, for the sake of this post – and the graphicwe’re comparing Facebook marketing with organic SEO.  Infographic provided by http://boostlikes.com/

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See the Country, Stay Connected: Streamlining the Way Travelers Access the Internet

We are proud to showcase our latest infographic that explores how mobile WiFi is changing the face of travel! Whether you are an avid boater or RV lover, our WiFi In Motion solution can transform your traveling experience, by keeping you connected all the way! Connect with friends, family, and even work whether you’re in the deepest valley or at the peak of a mountain. Infographic provided by http://www.yoursinglepoint.com/

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Family and Teen’s Cyber Security

The Internet is an essential tool in our daily lives, but it’s becoming increasingly complicated for users, due to safety concerns. It poses many dangers that both parents and kids need to be aware of and informed about. From inappropriate content to cyber-bullying to sexting, there are serious issues that all families have to face these days.

Keeping kids and teens protected from cyber crimes, and even internet addiction, is no easy task. You can surf the web safely, but it does take an awareness of the potential problems that can harm kids of all ages. Even adults can fall victim to internet crimes.

Social media is playing an increased role in the daily lives of youths and adults alike. With more than 2 billion estimated users worldwide, it’s no surprise that social media addiction is becoming a problem, especially for young people. Parents need to know what to look for when it comes to social media addiction.

The following infographic from Family Orbit team, breaks down what parents and kids need to know about family safety. It gives details on what types of threats to lookout for, stats and figures that you may find surprising, as well as some helpful advice on how to keep your family protected.

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Public Transit & Mobile WiFi: Millennials Lead the Way

For today’s generation of Millennials, those between the ages of 18 and 34, public transportation is a way to exercise good stewardship in regards to caring for the earth, the economy and local community. As the largest generation in the nation, 70 percent of Millennials choose a mode of transportation based on their needs, making them more multimodal than Baby Boomers and Gen X-ers,  according to the American Public Transit Association’s study, “Millennials and Mobility.” Similarly, this young generation is at least two times more likely to use public transportation once a week, especially when it offers attractive amenities, such as mobile WiFi.

Millennials represent the future of American ridership, as they will pass on their stewardship values to the future. In fact, up to 80 percent of riders under the age of 40 prefer a 50-minute commute if public transit mobile WiFi is available to a 25-minute car drive. As more individuals move to urban areas to be close to work and recreational attractions, the number of quality public transportation options increase. The following infographic shows the differences in ridership across the generations and how public transit mobile WiFi is one of the most sought-after feature among Millennials.

Want to build a better commute? Learn more about SinglePoint’s hardware and software solutions for public transportation agencies.  Infographic provided by SinglePoint.

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