Developing a website is very similar to bookkeeping. If you start off on the wrong foot, it could cost you more to fix it. Addressing these issues correctly from the beginning will save you a lot of time and money in the long run.
1. Beautiful UX Design – At the least, your website should be able to clearly answer the main questions your visitors have about you as they review your website. If your design does not guide your visitors to the answer they’re looking for, they will find it elsewhere, ultimately hurting your branding and credibility as a business.
2. Strong SEO Descriptions, Titles – Fun Fact, Google and other large search engines don’t check a webpage’s meta keywords anymore. They now focus on the uniqueness and quality of Meta Descriptions and the Titles tags. Be sure to include a catchy Description or Title for each webpage on your site.
3. Proper Email…
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