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As a Webs user, you’ve probably experimented in the site builder with different images, different calls to action, or even different button colors  on your website.

How do you usually decide which option is best or appeals to your customers the most?

Do you do user testing, ask friends, or just go by your own gut feeling?  Wouldn’t it be great if there was a tool to help you discover what site designs and images resonate with your customers the most and then provide you with the testing data to provide it?


It’s been a year of innovation here at Webs. Thanks to our intrepid engineers, we’ve been able to bring some really exciting new products to our users to help them make the most of their sites and build their businesses. In case you missed any of the updates along the way, we’re counting them down today!

February 2013: User Interface Redesign
The day we launched a redesign of the Webs interface for users was really exciting for everyone here. Our research and development teams spent a lot of time listening to users and figuring out ways to improve their experience. With this redesign came a new look and feel, and a dashboard checklist to help users make sure they were getting the most out of Webs’ tools.


It’s hard to overstate the importance of Google for small businesses. While big brands are using their big budgets on flashy advertising strategies, Google provides an avenue for the underdogs to get their content out there by optimizing their sites for organic search. It doesn’t matter how big your budget is if your site isn’t coming up in your customers’ Google searches!

Google offers a number of helpful tools to help small business owners turn their sites into well-oiled traffic machines. Two we’d like to recommend that you look into are:


Our Small Business Toolkit series continues today with a look at the most important tool in your arsenal: your website! If you missed our kickoff post, learn about online resources for small businesses here.

If you have found your way to this blog, you are most likely already aware of the importance of having a great small business website to market your business. If you’re not already aware of that, here are 5 reasons to create a website for your small business. If you’re not sold right now, please read that post and come right back here so we can all move on together.



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