Your website is likely going to provide the first impressions you make with your customers. When you have guests come over to your home for the first time, your goal is to make a great first impression right? You wouldn’t host people for dinner if the house is a mess, and you didn’t have food prepared would you? The same goes for your websiteYou want the website to be an asset for your business towards increasing brand awareness, driving traffic to your website, and bolstering sales. Here are 10 tips to improve your website:
In conversations with our clients, we often hear about challenges related to internal workflows. Employees may have tasks that are simple but maybe the process has started to consume lots of energy and time. Processes may be repetitive and unengaging, so it is difficult to maintain accuracy. These kinds of problems are not unique to your sector of the business “solar system” - in fact they are a common occurrence in the universe of business: there is a “black hole” in the process that is sapping resources.
Search engines are amazing tools. Within seconds, anything you can think of can be at your fingertips with the click of a button. Whether you want to watch a video about car repair, learn a new recipe, or view your company's ranking in the results, Google and other search engines will always have what you're looking for.
Seems like an innocuous question, but often people are surprised when they learn the truth. While the United States may lag behind quite a few when it comes to average internet speed, most of us still have a good enough connection to visit just about any site. So does how fast your website loads really matter? The truth is, it matters a great deal. Here are a few reasons...
Launch day is a big milestone and can be stressful. In our work, we launch websites all the time and have a defined process that takes the stress away. We work closely together as we make your website live. Here are some of the planning and preparation steps that can make your launch day as uneventful and smooth as possible.
With so many choices for creating a professional website, it can be difficult to decide what method is right for you and your business goals. It can seem like there are endless software platforms available for anyone who wants to easily build a website.
When someone asks our team to look at a website, there is almost always a disclaimer. Usually, a “don’t be too harsh” or “don’t spend too much time, just give me some quick thoughts.” For the most part, we assume this means they do not want detailed review of their site - just some top line things noticed, without an explanation. While this seems simple, it is something that our team is constantly trying to get better at doing.