In today’s global marketplace, it’s not enough to just have a digital presence. To capitalize on opportunity and captivate real, live, human readers, an optimized, functional, interactive website is a must. Unfortunately, the Internet is swarming with poor website designs that miss both the technical and content mark. Worse yet, clients and developers alike continuously contribute to the current outbreak of design delinquency in equal measure.
A new website should be an opportunity to improve SEO, conversion rates and digital marketing as a whole. Unfortunately, it can also be an invitation for disaster — if the right steps aren’t taken to ensure a smooth transition from old website to new, you can damage the SEO equity your site has worked hard to build over the years.
Search engine optimization is almost always an afterthought for businesses when re-designing a website. Tasks like reviewing mockups, organizing content, getting photography done and completing the hundreds of other tasks necessary to make a website come alive are enough to deal with on their own.
Website design and organic search performance are intrinsically linked, which is to say that design has an observable effect on a website’s ability to rank well for relevant terms. This can become problematic for companies with isolated teams, where design and marketing don’t work closely together, or in cases where marketing is only brought onto a project after a site has already been launched. Sites designed without SEO in mind can cause ranking issues down the line.
If you want people to take action on your website you need to make it easy to do so. There are a lot of ways to improve the usability and increase conversions on a website, but here we’ll focus on one crucial element of your website’s design. Color. This is what it comes down to: You need to use…
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