A website “redesign” doesn’t necessarily mean that you completely scrap your old website and start anew. Laying out your homepage or other key pages differently might not require a new look and feel, but might help visitors find things easier.

BASIC REDESIGN

$550
  • FULL CONTENT PAGES
  • RESPONSIVE DESIGN
  • 3 CUSTOM SLIDERS
  • 1 FORM
  • CONTENT PROTECTION
  • BLOG
  • CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
  • RESPONSIVE DESIGN
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CUSTOMIZATION

  • LIVE CHAT SUPPORT
  • SEARCH ENGINE OPTIMIZATION
  • GOOGLE ANALYTICS
  • MULTI-LANGUAGE
  • PDF DOWNLOADS
  • VIDEO GALLERY
  • SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
  • PHOTO GALLERY
  • CUSTOM FORMS

So what are some sound business reasons why you might want to redesign your website?

You don’t know if your website is getting results
At least once a week, we talk to companies that don’t know if their website is getting the results they need. Sometimes, there are no measurement tools in place. Other times, there are measures in place, but the measures don’t bring any real value to the organization. There are other instances where companies invest tens of thousands in a new website but do so without measurable goals and objectives.

When you redesign your website, you have to begin with the end in mind. What are the sales or lead generation goals for your organization? What percentage of your company-wide goal is the website responsible for? How will you design for optimum visitor flow? Once the website is live, how will you promote your content to achieve your goals?
Remember, a well-designed website is one of the most effective marketing tools you’ve got – make the most of it by keeping it fresh, up-to-date, and easy to use!