Prepare a Plan
Having a well-developed website is key to the success of many businesses. Many times, a website is the first time a potential customer has contact with your business.The first step is to recognize and acknowledge the areas where your website needs improvement. When piecing your website plan together, you must consider your budget, timeline, resources, and priorities first.
Your website must look professional and focus on your business’s value. Every element included on your site will affect how your customer perceives your business. Some of these elements include:
- Information organization
Keep your content fresh and relevant to engage your customers with your website. Some elements that will negatively affect your website include:
- Outdated graphics
- Old fonts
- Too many popups
- Slow loading times
Call to Action
Once your visitors arrive at your website, you need to help guide them through the site. Creating specific and clear calls to action is important because the end goal should be a place where you have to lead your website visitors to make a purchase. One call to action strategy is to direct the visitors to a page where they can learn more about your business or get in touch with you. Be sure that all the places you want your visitors to visit on your site are clearly marked and easily accessible.
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