Having a website is one of the most important steps you can take when you’re trying to get the word out about your business. Consumers turn to your site to find out more about your company, your product or service, your employees—and about you. This is especially true if you work from your home rather than from a separate physical office. Your website becomes your storefront, the face you present to the world.
So ask yourself: Am I due for a facelift? (The virtual kind, not the literal kind.)
There’s one thing that’s almost as bad as not having a website—having an outdated website. Unlike social media, websites are usually full of what designers call ‘static content’—information that has no need to change constantly. Unlike your Facebook page, which should be updated at least every week, your website is less demanding. (Learn how important social media feedback is by reading this post.)
How to Tell If Your Website Needs an Update
It’s easy to forget about your site, especially if you’re busy. To find out if your website needs a revisit, answer these five questions:
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