LaWanda Engle

LaWanda Engle

WordPress Web Developer

5 Signs You Need a New Website

LaWanda R Engle WordPress Web Developer

5 Signs You Need a New Website
  1. A High Bounce Rate- What is a bounce rate? Google Analytics defines it as the % of single-page visitors to your site. That means it is the % of people who come to your site but only check out one page that they land on. Updating your website could help with that so that you make them want to visit the rest of your website.
  2. Your Page Load Speeds Are Too Slow- Does it take forever for the pages on your website to load? Visitors are not going to hang around for a page that takes forever to load.
  3. Your Website Doesn’t Reflect Your Brand- What is your Brand? Your style? What do have to offer? It should visible on your website. Your website is your online storefront so when a potential client comes to website they should know right away what you want them to do.
  4. Your Site Isn’t Mobile Friendly Or Responsive- Mobile website traffic makes most of visits to your website so if it is not compatible for mobile you are going to miss out on big group of potential clients. Check the web design you use to make sure it is mobile friendly before even starting to create your new website.
  5. You Have Confusing Website Navigation- Dozens of menu options in the menu bar, many sections that are hard to understand, then it is time for an upgrade. When clients visit your site they should know how to navigate your pages and not have to wait for graphics to load.
These are just some of the signs that it is time for a new website. What others ways have you found that you needed a new website? Or maybe you don’t have a website yet. 

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5 thoughts on “5 Signs You Need a New Website”

  1. Howdy just wanted to give you a quick heads up.
    The words in your article seem to be running off the
    screen in Opera. I’m not sure if this is a format issue or something to do with browser compatibility but
    I thought I’d post to let you know. The design look great though!

    Hope you get the problem solved soon. Cheers

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