Online, your business must stay relevant to stay competitive. A whopping 94% of visitors reported they closed out of a website or didn’t trust it simply because of an outdated design. (Source) Growth-Driven Web Design (GDD) is a new approach to web design that stops this issue in its tracks. In a Growth-Driven Web Design approach, websites are
Traditional web design is broken. The struggle with traditional design is that almost immediately after a site is launched, the design and content begins to grow stale. The internet is an ever-evolving beast, and when your site doesn't evolve along with it, it ages quickly. A whopping 94% of visitors reported they closed out of a website
Your website is your biggest marketing asset, and the centerpiece of all of your marketing activities. It’s where people go to learn about your company, your products & services, where you’re located in Minneapolis, and more. It’s also your best “salesperson” - or should be. Research by HubSpot indicates that a prospect has already moved
I'll let you in on a little industry secret: even writers don't like writing. Writing can be invigorating, watching the pieces fall into place...but more often than not, it's a deadline breathing down your neck and a creative well run dry. Like many things in life, you have to fake it till you make it. If you're not a writer by nature, that's ok.
It's not about you. It's about them. One of the fatal mistakes business owners make on their websites is focusing on what they want to see, and not what their potential customers want to see. Often, we fall back on phrases like "since 1975, we have...." or "we lead the industry in..." which, while impressive, don't really matter to your
2012 was a great year. The world didn't end. Marvel's The Avengers was released. We saw the transit of Venus for the last time until 2117. But if your website was last redesigned in 2012, that's anything but great. Traditional web design is broken. The struggle with traditional design is that almost immediately after a site is launched,
Your website is the most important online sales tool you have - unfortunately, it's often also the most neglected. If you aren't seeing online leads like you'd hoped, it's time to re-evaluate. Why Your Website Isn't Working 1. It's Not Mobile Responsive If your site can’t be read easily on smart phones and tablets, that’s a huge red flag.