Given that visitors form a first impression of a website within 50 milliseconds (or 0.05 seconds), optimizing your website design isn’t just recommended, it’s crucial for business success

Keywords: content marketing , design , development , digital marketing , search marketing , websites

Ultimately, optimizing your website design may boil down to consistency, clarity, functionality, and personality. Your website can be one of the most powerful tools in your digital efforts – working towards creating connection, establishing brand credibility, and ultimately, edging visitors along in their buying journey. Let this powerful tool work overtime for you, with a website redesign. 

https://blog.brandrep.com/website-design-for-ultimate-customer-conversion

Always remember who your website is for (that would be readers, in case you forgot)

Keywords: Blog, Marketing

There’s a lot more you can do with your author website, but I’ll leave you with one challenge. You may remember that in the first post, when we talked about the why of an author website, I explained that my goal is to make readers know their way to my website in case I ever lose my social media. But to draw readers to a site consistently, you have to offer something to keep drawing them in. You have to offer something special.

http://www.hashtagiwrotethis.com/blog/essential-elements-of-an-author-website

Before starting to craft a website, our primary obligation is to think of what our target audience wants from the website?

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The websites we create are powerful tools for our customers and prospects. The website we put in our customers’ hands should help them gain a competitive advantage in their industry and improve their business presence. Our main objective when we create a website is that the site offers many benefits, such as enhance the business brand, improve customer service, increase sales, get more leads, and newer clients.

https://moss51.com/target-audience-want-from-website

WordPress has more professional users than casual ones (which means more customers with the knowledge about coding)

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The paid themes in WordPress are SEO optimized that will make your site score good ranks in search engine. Along with this it gives excellent customer support. When you pay for things, you start expecting more from the product and WordPress doesn’t disappoint you with it.

https://vwthemes.home.blog/2020/04/09/wordpress-themes-a-customer-review

Bounce rate is the percentage of single-page sessions in which the user leaves your site from the home page without referring to another page

Keywords: vps hosting

If you want to increase your website traffic, a major goal is to reduce the bounce rate of your website. If your website has a high bounce rate, that may indicate that you’re not attracting the right visitor to your website or that the user experience is poor.

https://www.accuwebhosting.com/blog/ways-to-reduce-the-bounce-rate-on-your-website

The old adage “Keep it simple” couldn’t be more appropriate when talking about website design

Keywords: Web Design Agency in Bangalore, Web Design in Bangalore, Website Design in Bangalore, Website Development in Bangalore

Here are Some of Those Benefits:

  • Faster Loading
  • Easier to Navigate
  • Content is Key
  • Be Realistic
  • Not Visibly Simple

https://zinavowebdevelopment.wordpress.com/2020/02/13/benefits-of-keeping-web-design-easy

Character Website – Final Presentation

website pitch

Learning on the go

After working in different stages of this Character website project, I have compile a presentation to pitch  the different stages of this project.

Starting with Research,  where I conducted a competitor analysis. I was able to gather ideas of what works best and what to avoid.

Followed by a persona analysis. I wanted to know my customer and my customer’s potential customers. What are their fears and what are they actually expecting from a boat/yatch  sale company.
This help me to propose to my client the main areas he should include in  his website.
By interviewing my own client made me understand what are his priorities and purpose of going online. Andy basically see  other business getting more customer not only locally but internationally. And he feels that is a good opportunity to expand his products.

Based on what i have learn for the potential users I sketched some…

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