5 Signs Your Website Design Needs a Makeover
For one reason or another, your website may have lost its flair and magnetic appeal. It may not be able to generate the same traffic as it once did. It may have worked once upon a time, but is no longer as effective. Here are several signs that may indicate your website needs a complete makeover.
- Dated Images, Fonts and Content
How long have you had your images, font and content posted and published on your website? They may have been impressive at the time. However, just like fashionable trends, web design trends come and go. If your images and font selection seem dated, this may be a clear telltale sign that a complete makeover is necessary.
- Abandoned Shopping Carts Increase
Eighty-eight percent of online consumers abandon their shopping carts and leave them behind, per Kissmetrics – over 40 percent of which do so simply because they were not ready to make a purchase. You can reduce your shopping cart abandonment rates by enhancing your website to focus more on keeping your customers interested and engaged. Integrate pop-ups when they may click away from your page – offering promotional codes or discounted offers to stay put and continue shopping.
- Accessing Website from Various Devices
Are you able to access your website with a variety of different devices without losing efficiency or encountering errors? Your website may look perfect and beautifully structured on a desktop or laptop computer. However, can the same thing be said when accessing your site from a tablet or smartphone? A complete website makeover that implements a responsive design can fix all of that for you, according to Inc. magazine.Responsive designs add a flexible element to your website infrastructure, allowing your site to be viewed and easily accessed without any hiccups regardless of the device or system used.
- Page Loading Times
How long does it take for your webpages to load? Per KissMetrics, most online users abandon a website completely if it takes longer than 6-10 seconds for the page to load. Further studies show that you will start losing engaged users within the first 4-5 seconds. Therefore, if you notice any type of delay when loading any of your webpages, it may be time for a website makeover.
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Our team of experts at Fu Dog Media can handle your website makeover on your behalf. We will first identify your current areas of concern and then work directly with you to create a strategic plan to redesign and revamp it accordingly. Give us a call today so we can get started!