Let’s talk about your website design. When you look at your company website, you might say that it looks fine, right? It has everything it needs to show and communicate… right? But, is it really doing what it’s supposed to be doing?
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Are You Leaving Leads On The Table?
To stay ahead of their competition, companies find themselves needing to implement new ways to capture the attention of their customers online. Not using tactical options can cause companies to turn customers off and walk away from potential leads and revenue.
Get ready to drive better results this Holiday season!
This Holiday Season is likely to be much different than years past. Online activity has grown even more popular since the COVID-19 pandemic, and people are buying more and more products online.
That can be really good news, if you are prepared to capture that opportunity.
After 20 years in the website design business, we’ve seen it all. By the looks of some website designs that we’ve come across, we can almost determine the designer’s skill level and the approximate length of time the company has been in business.
By reviewing some business websites, it’s easy to place them in a predefined website design phase. At VisionFriendly.com, we call these ‘The Four Stages of a Company Website’.
Are you not seeing the benefit of your social media marketing efforts?
Are you posting content with an overall guiding strategy, or are you simply “Checking the Box” and getting your name out there?
In some cases, when clients come to us for social media management help, we quickly find out why and how they got to a point of desperation.
So, you got a customer to your website. They either found you on Google, clicked on one of your social media ads or email newsletters, but you’ve got them. They are learning about your products and services. But, are they making purchases?
You may now be asking, ‘Why aren’t more people buying?’ or, ‘Why haven’t I seen a lead in weeks?’
We all know that every business should have a website… because we all know that when consumers have an interest in a specific product or service, they’ll most likely jump over to the good ole’ “Interwebs” to search for it… right? So, businesses need to be ready to give those consumers (those potential customers) what they’re searching for on their websites, right? I mean, at least enough info that tells them they’re on the right path to getting what they’re searching for… right?
We recently sat down with VisionFriendly.com website designers, Kyle Lisson and Dado Karabegovic to learn about some of the most unique website design elements that clients are excited to see land on their website design projects. We bet that once you learn about these features (and see them in action), you’ll want them on your website, too.
In May of 2020, Google announced their biggest change in algorithms ever. While Google has never announced an update with this much lead time, it causes us to believe this update is going to be a crucial one. The algorithm update, called Google Page Experience, is scheduled for early 2021.