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Redesigning Your Website? Consider These 5 Questions First

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QArea Expert Marketing Manager
October 23, 2014
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Are you planning to redesign your website? This is actually going to be a good thing that is going to happen with your website. Redesigning is just like reconstructing your house to make it look good and attractive. Also with the changing trend and advancement in the technology you need to design your websites with a difference.

Before you decide to redesign your website here are some questions that you need to ask to the web designer so that you are sure that you are taking the right step for your business.

Question 1: What are some obvious problems with your website’s functionality?

Sometimes you go into the site remodelling just for the general agenda of updating things on your website and making it the best one for reflecting your products and services to the world. If you really want to see progress with your business, you need to redesign your website.

Question 2: Do all the customers have similar complaints?

Ask your website designers if every person who visits your website have the same reason for not visiting again or they have some different reasons? Find out what those reasons are and redesign your website according to the reasons that you find are apt.

Question 3: What your competitors are doing?

Ask them about your strongest competitor. SEO people always analyse what their competitors are doing and how they are working on their websites to reach the top rankings. Follow them and find out what necessary changes do your website needs. Make changes and see what your website will give you.

Question 4: Ask them if all your applications are working?

If you have applied tools to your website that are originating anywhere else make sure that you are using the most updated version which will ask you to make some changes with your website and maintain the compatibility of your website.

Question 5: Are you going to change your products and services?

Ask yourself if you are planning to change your products and services then you need to redesign your website. Website redesigning is always a good work and it will definitely show you results in very less time provided you have made changes the way it is supposed to be. Make positive changes. Change the look and feel of your website to grab maximum of your customers.

At the end, you need to redesign your website even if you do not find any flaws with it. If there are no issues then try to make minor changes on a monthly basis just to show that you are constantly updating your website and this will make Google to crawl your website and will make people visit you again and again.

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