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It's What's On The Inside That Counts

Thursday, May 24, 2018

It's What's On The Inside That Counts

A website may not have feelings or a personality, per se, but it is meant to exude personality in order to muster up some sort of feeling from the visitor that graces your website. With this in mind, it’s important to remember that the quality of your website should be at the top of your priority list when embarking on the journey of building a website. If you keep this in mind, you will most certainly see the benefits of a well-developed site.

The Objective of Your Website

Just as with any other project you start, the first question you want to ask yourself when developing your website is, what is the objective of the website?

Here are a few questions to ask yourself when narrowing in on what your objective is:

Is your objective of building a website to bring awareness to your business?

If so, you’ll want to provide your visitors with information and insights about your business. What products or services do you provide? What’s important to you and your business? This is also a good opportunity to (visually) show off your branding.

Is your objective to create interest in your product or service?

If the objective of your website is to create interest in your product or service, then you would want to develop the homepage of your site in such a way that the visitors can interact and learn about the benefits of your product or service. A video or graphic is a great way to spark interest in your offerings.

Is the objective of your website to get conversions?

Conversion is a typical objective that everyone has when building their website, but this doesn’t always mean it’s the main objective - unless it is. If getting conversions is your main objective, then the way you develop and build your website, specifically your homepage, is very important. The way you guide your visitors from your homepage to other pages within your site is crucial in the conversion process - hence, why the way the backend (or inside) of your website is set up is imperative. If your visitors are having a hard time finding their way to your products then they’re more than likely to leave your website out of frustration.

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