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Emotional Selling
Jul
27

Emotional Selling: Making the Most of Your E-Commerce Website

When you've landed on a particular page or visited a website, sometimes there are things that trigger your emotions and make you want to get the offer being presented. The combination of images and words may have a certain effect on you and thus lead you to make the purchase.

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IRCE Blog Pic
Jul
26

Topics and Themes from IRCE 2016

The Americaneagle.com team has been attending the Internet Retailer Conference and Exhibition (IRCE) for many years, this year included! As our presence at the show has grown over the years, we have also been able to send more staff to absorb more information on ecommerce trends and learn about the latest challenges e-retailers face.

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Maricopa County Parks
May
17

Finally, a Website to Match the Real-Life Beauty of Maricopa County Arizona Parks and Recreation!

There’s nothing like experiencing Mother Nature through a beautiful park or a fun outdoor activity amidst natural wonders. More and more people yearn to head back to the embrace of nature to relax, refresh, and revitalize.

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  • Digital Experience
Redesign
Apr
26

Top Factors to Consider for Association Website Redesigns

Associations often have different priorities for their websites than ecommerce or purely informational sites. Here we take a look at what we consider when deciding how best to serve associations with web development that enhances their specialties and is tailored to their target audiences.

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  • redesign
  • Americaneagle.com
Standards with Style
Apr
13

Enforce C# Coding Standards during Web Application Development with StyleCop.MSBuild

It’s no secret that transitioning site development to a different team is rarely done without a headache, usually for all the parties involved. However, these transitions are sometimes unavoidable since initial development and post development are often handled by completely separate teams.

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  • Coding
5 Important Blogging Reminders
Apr
08

5 Important Blogging Reminders You Might Be Forgetting

Daily blogging will not get you anywhere if you don’t do it right. No matter how exciting your topic appears to be, there are certain tips that you ought to apply in order to connect with readers and make them stay longer on your page.

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  • Strategy
Blog2
Apr
06

Accessibility Compliance: Helping Your Users While Protecting Yourself

If you haven’t really thought about accessibility for the web or heard of 508 and ADA compliance, which is pretty common, then there is something you definitely need to catch up on. The benefits of this knowledge not only help the UX and usability of sites, but also keep you protected against a quickly growing legal presence.

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  • 508 Compliance
improving your website using scientific method
Mar
31

Improving Your Website Using the Scientific Method

Running scientifically controlled experiments on your website is one of the best ways to ensure your site continues to evolve and improve. Successful split testing requires a repeatable framework upon which your ideas can be systematically tested and validated over time.

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  • A/B Testing
  • testing
Conquering Banner Blindness Blog Image
Mar
11

Conquering Banner Blindness

Have you ever heard the term “Banner Blindness?” It was coined a dozen years ago by researchers Jan Panero Benway and David Lane at Rice University. It refers to the phenomenon where a web page contains so many banners that visitors either consciously or subconsciously start ignoring them. Here’s a good example of it.

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  • A/B Testing
Radical Form Redesign
Mar
07

Radical Form Redesign Provides Thousands of New Leads for Dale Carnegie

Dale Carnegie is one of the world’s premiere training companies, offering personal development courses for business, career and life. When they asked Americaneagle.com for help last year in improving their lead generation, we had the perfect solution – a split testing program focused on their main lead gen pages

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  • A/B Testing