It appears that some businesses are changing or updating their websites as frequently as every few minutes. While this seems to make sense for news sites and those that want to provide readers with up to date info, does this necessarily make sense for YOUR business website?
You would like to show your visitors that you are continuously innovating your business, but at the same time, does changing all the time, give visitors the impression that you simply can’t make up your mind about what you've to offer?
Here is what you should think about before you build your company website.
If you have a business website, then one of your main goals is to improve the conversion rate of visitors into customers. Whether you’re selling a product, a service, a membership subscription or just building a fan base, your home page should be conversion focused.
The web design industry, though still very young, has learned much and evolved greatly over the past 20 years.
We know have a proven formula for designing and laying out content on a home or landing page.
Here is a detailed checklist of the type of content elements you should have on your home page to optimize it for converting your visitors into customers.
Is your website getting enough traffic?
More traffic means more customers buying your products, hiring your services, seeing your message, etc…
More traffic is ALWAYS a good thing!
Is your web PRESENCE optimized to drive waves of INTERESTED prospects to your offer?
Let’s run through the check list.
First we need to explore the whys and the what-fors of your website project so we can decide if it is a fairly simple undertaking (DIY) or a complex task best left to the professionals (Max Height Web Solutions).
I am often asked, "How long does it take to make a website".
The time involved in creating a website can range anywhere from a few minutes to several months, depending on the complexity of the website AND the knowledge and experience of the website developer.
If the website has only a few pages with text and images, it can be launched in less than 1 hour.
Whenever I’m asked how much a website costs, I always respond with the question “How much does a car cost?”.
The answer, of course, is “It depends”.
Websites come in all shapes, sizes, options, functionalities and price tags. Just like cars. The cost of a website can range anywhere from $50 to $50,000. Most business websites that we build end up between $3,000 and $8,000.
You may have seen the ads for WordPress hosting cost on the web.
$2/mo or $300/mo
Here’s why there is such confusion and such a wide range of prices around WordPress hosting.There are 3 terms that get used a lot during discussions of WordPress hosting.
If you have a website, you have most likely heard the term SEO (search engine optimization). SEO is not just a buzzword. It is a relevant step in helping to increase the amount of traffic to your website. Proper SEO best practices should be followed at every stage of your website development – from the content of your web pages and blog articles to the insertion of images and other media.