Website Redesign

Remodeling Your Online Store

Remodeling your online store.

Your website is your store online. It’s the first impression you give visitors when they “click in”. If they see what they want sometimes they stay to have a look around or they quickly “click away”. The average time people stay on a site before they click away in under 15 seconds. A lot of people are gone within 10 seconds. We get them to stay.

 

Website Redesign – Remodeling your online store.

Your website is your store online. It’s the first impression you give visitors when they “click in” for a second. If they see what they want sometimes they stay to have a look around or they quickly “click away”. The average time people stay on a site before they click away in under 15 seconds. A lot of people are gone within 10 seconds.

We can give you a brand-new site that looks great on all platforms including PC, tablet & mobile devices!

In case you have missed it – tons of people are using their smartphones to search online for what you’re selling. When someone visits your site you want to make it easy for them to get the information they want in a simple quick way.

If they have to ….

  1.     Do a lot of “pinching and squeezing”.
  2.     Have to spend time combing your site for the information they want.
  3.     Try to find your contact info etc.

They will not want the “hassle” and click away and head straight for your competition!  Bye bye sales! Our new mobile friendly makeovers start at just $1250. 

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7 Reasons for a Redesign 

There are several advantages to redesigning a website, including:

  1. Improving user experience: A redesign can make a website more user-friendly, making it easier for visitors to navigate and find the information they need.
  2. Increasing conversions: By improving the design and layout of a website, it can be optimized for conversion, resulting in more leads and sales.
  3. Enhancing brand image: A redesign can help to reinforce a company’s brand and message.
  4. Improving search engine optimization: A redesign can improve a website’s search engine rankings. 
  5. Keeping up with technology: Redesigning a website can ensure that it stays current with the latest technologies.
  6. Mobile-friendliness: It’s important to ensure that a website is optimized for mobile.
  7. Better analytics: Redesign can help to add new analytics tools or improve the existing ones.

 

 

 

The process of redesigning a website typically involves several steps, including:

Planning and research: This step involves gathering information about the current website, identifying the goals and objectives of the redesign, and conducting research on the target audience and competitors.

Sitemap and wireframe creation: Based on the research and planning, a sitemap is created which outlines the structure and organization of the new website, and wireframes are created which provide a visual representation of the layout and design of the website.

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Design and development: The design and development of the website is completed, with a focus on creating a visually appealing and user-friendly website.

Content creation: The website’s content is created or updated to ensure that it is engaging, informative, and relevant to the target audience.

Testing and quality assurance: The website is thoroughly tested to ensure that it is functioning correctly and that there are no bugs or errors.

Deployment: The website is launched and made live on the internet, and an ongoing maintenance plan is put in place to ensure that the website stays up-to-date.

Optimization: The website is optimized for search engines, making sure that the website content is optimized for the target keywords, meta tags are in place, and the website is mobile-friendly.

Analytics and tracking: Website analytics and tracking tools are put in place, to help understand how visitors interact with the website, which pages they visit, and how long they stay, which can help to make data-driven decisions.