With a new year and a new decade upon us, many companies are reassessing their goals and looking for new ways to boost business in 2010. At dzine it, we recognize the importance of having a strong online presence, particularly in this shaky economy, so we've come up with three questions for businesses to ask themselves to decide whether or not their website should be redesigned.
1. Was your website built from a template?
Many business owners knew the importance of having a web presence and in a desperate attempt to get their name online; they purchased an affordable website template to get them started.
The truth is, any business that is still operating a canned website is likely losing business to competitors who have a more professional design and a solid Internet marketing strategy.
2. Is your website content stale?
Business websites that were made two years ago or more, most likely look dated or abandoned.
There is so much that has changed in the last two years alone. Websites need to be updated to meet web 2.0 standards at the very least. However, a stale website reflects poorly on the business it represents and that is reason enough to redesign a website.
3. Is your website optimized for good search engine ranking?
If a business's website traffic is law, chances are it is not being picked up by search engine spiders.
A good website redesign, with targeted search engine optimization, will get a website on track to compete against competitors.
Any website owner that answers yes to the above questions should contact a professional web design firm immediately to learn how to take advantage of all that the Internet has to offer.
In the fast-paced world of technology, staying ahead of the curve is imperative for success. Being behind the curve is business suicide.
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