The Biggest Website Mistakes You Might Be Making

Are you trying to grow your business – or get it off the ground – but your website feels like it’s just “good enough?” Don’t settle for that! Your website should be one that you’re super proud to show off. It should also be one that creates consistent income and success.

It all starts with knowing what NOT to do. Below are 3 of the biggest website mistakes that I see people making.

  • Bad content. It’s easy to tell when someone’s core message isn’t clear. Your website content should make several things very obvious: who you are, what you do, who you help and how you help them. Write that information out in great detail to gain fresh perspective and a better understanding of your core message. This becomes the foundation for all of your content.
  • Outdated website design. Have you ever visited a website that looks really outdated? It probably makes you think, “Hmmm…these people don’t really know what they’re talking about anymore.” Your prospects want to know that you’re modern, up on the latest trends and a leader in your industry. That requires a current/of-the-moment website design. Your website is the hub and heart of everything you do online … and your design deserves to be great!
  • Not mobile friendly. People are largely looking at your website through their iPhone, Android, iPad and other devices. Yet, most people still don’t have a mobile friendly site. Have you ever tried viewing a non-mobile friendly site from a mobile device? Sooo frustrating! Your website visitors deserve a great user experience. And remember, spending to make your site mobile-responsive is a smart investment because your site will likely perform and convert better than ever.

I want you to be proud of your website! I also want your site to generate income and success. Set aside some time to closely look at your website and ensure that nothing is holding you back from getting the results you deserve!

(ps) If you wanna know what other deadly websites mistakes you might be making (and how to avoid them!), you’ll want to see this.

xoxo,
Amber Vilhauer

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