The 3 Point Website Makeover Plan

The 3 Point Website Makeover Plan

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So you’ve taken a fresh look at your website after reading my last post How to Improve Your Website and you’re a little worried.

Exactly how do you know if your site needs a makeover? Maybe you can wait a little longer. Here’s our lightning fast 3 Point Plan for assessing how desperate a rescue plan you need, and then how to make and implement that plan.

Appearance

Is your website looking dated? Does it look less than great? Does it still give you a thrill when you look at it? Is your website responsive? If it isn’t, your SEO is likely to be compromised. How does it compare with your competition? If they look more professional than you, it’s time for a website makeover.

Focus

Does your site still carry your message? Does it match your business objectives? Does it enhance your positioning? Does it help you do your job or make it harder? Over time, the priorities of your business may have changed. If your website doesn’t clearly focus on those priorities, it’s time for a website makeover.

Plan and Execute

Work out how your website could be better. Make a clear plan for redeveloping the site. Remove anything unnecessary, even websites accumulate clutter over time. Make sure the new plan makes the site easy to use, incorporates your strengths, and drives clients to you with clear calls to action. Then execute your plan quickly, without hesitating. It’s important to avoid over-thinking your website makeover.

The Next Step

If you’re not proud to show your website off it may be time for an update, makeover or even complete replacement. Assess your current site based on the 3 criteria above. Work out what the deficiencies are. Make a plan. If you need expert guidance with any of this call Design Inspiration. It’s what we do.

Ash Mashhadi

Ash is a Web Design and Social Media Specialist. He is also the founder partner at Design Inspiration. Ash is considered to be one of the area’s most prominent social media consultants. He speaks fluent Twitter for business. Ash is a respected and prolific writer; he is often asked for expert comment by the media and to write for professional publications and websites. Ash has appeared on national TV and radio. You can connect with Ash via Twitter where he is @inspirationguy

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