Wondering how to really know if your website
has passed its revamp-by date?
How to really know?
I work with heart-centered women in business, who work so hard on their brand, and their offers, and their web presence… and I know what a sore subject this can be. You worked so hard on your website the first time (and every time you’ve revised it), and it feels like it was just yesterday that you launched your baby on the world.
But time flies by, especially in the online world. Think about it. Facebook changes its interface and functionality every other day (kidding, but sometimes that’s just what it feels like). New websites that strive to engage your attention appear with mind-boggling regularity. Seriously. You had never heard of Pinterest a year ago, right? And now? How much time have you spent pinning and repinning content this week?
I’ve created a tipsheet for you—Seven ways to know when it’s time to update your website—which you can find right here on my blog, or you can download a handy pdf version here. The tips and the questions posed in each one can help you strategize next steps for your website, focusing on search results, browser compatibility, ease of updates and more.
If you’ve read through the tips and are still wondering what to do first and in what order, you may have thoughts and questions like:
- How do I get my website to be browser-compatible in a cost-effective way?
- I want to improve my search results on my own, as part of my regular content updates, but don’t know how.
- I see that I have some broken links and missing images; what’s involved in fixing this?