Do's And Don'ts To Build A Dog-Eat-Dog Website [Part 2 of 3]
Hey, it's a dog-eat-dog world after all!
If you know the tips and tricks in web development, then your website can be the most dangerous marketing weapon you'll ever have. Would you do it right, or would you screw it up? Read on to save yourself.
- Develop your own content. One thing that could seriously slow down your web development process is your content. If your website has a product catalog, you must get product shots and have your product descriptions ready. If you are a service-provider, start writing about the services you offer.
- Make your visitors do something! Give your visitors a nudge on what they must do next. As part of your web development, incorporate good calls to action in your contents.
- Why, oh why? A well-thought out web development strategy must always answer the question "why". A good call to action is not enough. It couldn't stand on its own, after all. You must give your visitors a reason why they should sign up for this, why they should click here and click there, why they should follow you on Twitter, the list goes on. A clever web development must be beneficial for the visitors.
- With Mr. Designer, I trust. A web development is bound to fail if you don't trust your web designer. Expect worst-case scenarios if you approach your designer with "I know what I want, just do what I tell you" attitude. To start off, you hired a professional to do your web development, meaning he knows more than you do, right? Let them do what they do best.
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