Today is Santa’s List Day. What is on your list for Santa for your business? Perhaps a new or updated website?
As the year winds down, it is a good time to reflect and think about how your blog has served your over the past year and make any needed changes to rock 2019.
Let’s take a few minutes every couple days to get your website ready for the new year!
Assuming you already have a website, what can you do to make it better for 2019?
Let’s do a website review.
Think about your website and ask yourself some questions:
Does your current website reflect who you are now?
Has anything changed with your target market?
Do you offer products and services that are not currently listed on your site?
How easy is it to navigate through your site?
Is your phone number or other contact information on the home page?
When was the last time you viewed your website on the latest phones and other technology on sale for the holidays?
Are your photos old and outdated? Do you need new ones?
These are just a few of the items you need to consider. We will be going into detail with all of these topics and more as we go through a “Do it Yourself Website Audit.” Join us to improve your website for 2019.
Start thinking about the above questions and how you can improve your page. We will get down to the nitty-gritty details in the next post.
With a little time and the “DIY Website Audit,” we will help you gear up your website for 2019 and make it a stellar year for your business.
Check out our book of tips, 50 Tips To Turn Your Website Into a Sales Machine.
I’m offering my ebook for 99 Cents as a way to help non-profits and small business owners get a good start to preparing their website for 2019.
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