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Mark Kelso

Mark Kelso

Digital Consultant @GlazeDigital Joined over 4 years ago via an invitation from Robert S.

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  • Posted to Mashable goes Black, Oct 21, 2016

    This looks like it is a sponsored take over by Netflix for the new show Black Mirror. Which explains the colours.

    5 points
  • Posted to Bulletproof solution to find new design clients, Jun 16, 2016

    I am guessing you mean *Bulletproof

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  • Posted to Featured: See How Your Visitors are Really Using Your Site, Feb 11, 2016

    I have looked at HotJar, but I always seem to go back to Inspectlet. Its the simplest and the easiest I find to use, it now also does Form Analysis where you can analyse how many fields people fill in. We find this essential for Event marketing campaigns. It also is cheaper.

    Check Out Inspectlet

    0 points
  • Posted to 46 Of The Best WordPress Articles You Don’t Want To Miss in 2016, in reply to Davis Brown , Jan 02, 2016

    The link brings you to the homepage, it does not point to the correct article, the reason for this is that the correct article does not exist or has not been published. The last post on this website was on the 31st December 2015. I also find it hard to fathom that 46 articles that are worthwhile have been written in two days...

    1 point
  • Posted to How to set up UIUX freelance fee on the proposal?, in reply to Endang Pergiwa Mahayati , Dec 08, 2015

    Hi Endang,

    I am here to visit and work, my girlfriend lives in KL, so we are travelling around Penang, Singapore, Bali etc for a while but I will be remote working as well. I have been stung in the past for non payment for these sort of things so just be careful, sometimes the client just wants a second quote to get the first person to lower their price.

    0 points
  • Posted to How to set up UIUX freelance fee on the proposal?, Dec 07, 2015

    Hey Endang,

    I am visiting KL for a month this Friday, looking forward to seeing your part of the world! I usually ask for a 30% Deposit to schedule in the time for me to work on a project. This does not mean I start immediately, this means I block out time to start the project. Once started I come up with a payment schedule based on deliverables to the client.

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  • Posted to Redesigning an online Pet Store. , Dec 07, 2015

    From having a quick look through the site I think the client needs more than just a redesign, it needs to be better optimised for SEO, especially the inner pages.

    Before I would even start mocking up a design I would ask to see the analytics, this will allow you to get a better understanding of how people are using the website, are people searching for products or are they searching by pet type? I would also install something like http://www.inspectlet.com/?u=glazedigital and watch customers use the website..

    On Ecommerce websites its all about conversion which is what you client wants. For him to become the leader he needs to focus on optimising the website as well as doing some content marketing which will entice people in.

    A Few Ideas

    • Build a blog around shareable content
    • Focus on individual Pets, what I mean by this is when you click into Dogs, it is not just limited to products, it gives you tips and advice on how to train, look after a dog etc.
    • Support Local groups, like dog walking clubs or trainers, get them to do interviews online and blog about it
    • Have an Ask Section where people can Ask questions and get them answered.
    • Build a personality around the Paws, maybe a paws character that can be used through email, social and web presence. Similar to how Mialchimp have the chimp character.

    These are just a few tips I think could work, Hope that helps...

    8 points
  • Posted to ASK DN: Which is the best hosting provider for a creative?, Nov 02, 2015

    I just moved every site I manage to http://wiredtree.com. I have been very impressed, from importing sites tovery fast support to going the extra mile to keep the customer happy.

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