Hey there, Amanda Ross with Brand In A Snap. And this is video number two in our ten part series on ten ways that your website is saying no to your clients.
In number two we’re gonna talk about, the nineties and how they want their website back. Yeah, go back there.
Basically what I mean here is that if your website was built, maybe even five years ago, you’re pushing the limits on modern design because in technology and web design things change like quick, quick, quick, quick, quick, fast, fast, fast. So your website is probably a little outdated by the five year mark.
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It could possibly be a lot outdated depending on who developed it for you because unfortunately if you do things that are super trendy, that actually outdates you quicker. Which means, if your website was actually done in a super trendy way then you might actually be outdated at three years.
Definitely take a look at your website and see if, kind of remember, when was our last major update to our website, and see if it’s maybe time for an adjustment because the worst thing is when you go to a website and you like, Oh my God, this is so old.
I’m gonna go into some other areas in the ten list here that we’re going through that go into deeper reasons about how we can tell that your website is a little bit old, a little bit old, needs a little upgrade.
Take a look at sort of, how long ago did you do your website and is it time to make some changes? An update or a total revamp, what does it need? Is it time?
If you want more of these kinds of tips head over to brandinasnap.com where I’m going through the ten ways that your website is saying no to your clients.
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