How Well Does Your Website Represent You
Written by Joe on Tuesday, June 14, 2011
Your Website Should Reflect the Quality, Services/Products Your Susiness Offers
Many people who are looking to re-design their websites, are looking to do so because they aren't getting the business the thought they would. What most business owners fail to recognize when initially developing a website is that the website will be their store front on the internet. Many business owners rush into something "Just to get something online" and fail to properly plan a website. I hear that all of the time and it kills me.
So How Do You Avoid This Common Mistake?
Hire a professional website designer. A professional website developer will help you plan and develop a website that will meet all of your business needs. Understanding how customers use a website and what you are trying to offer your customers will allow the developer to determine the best approach to meeting those needs.
Already Have A Website? Not Getting the Results You Expected?
No need to worry. Open up your website and ask yourself some of the following questions:
- Does this website look like something YOU would buy from?
- Does this website truly reflect the quality, services and or products your business has to offer.
- Is your website easy to navigate?
- Can you easily find important services/products from the homepage?
- If you were a person searching the web for a particular service/product, is that product easy to find?
- Does your homepage inspire visitors deeper into your website or to contact you?
These 6 basic website usability ideas will help you determine if your website is ok as is or if it's time for a change. Since you are reading this article I'm going to assume you aren't happy with your current website and are ready to change. Now is a great time!
Kick Start Your Online Presence With A New Website
If you are ready to change and get a website that generates results, contact us. We would be glad to check out your website and come up with a plan to help turn it around. Give us a call at 732-925-4044 or fill out the contact form and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
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