How to Make a Successful Website: 11 Critical Factors

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How to Make a Successful Website: 11 Critical Factors

We need our websites to be a destination for our sales and marketing efforts. Learn the 11 factors to drive users to your brand.

What Makes A Great Website In 2023? (New Concise Webinar)

In this webinar, you will learn our most important success factors for a good (or great) website. To start with, we highlight 21 essentials for solid foundations a good website needs. We then focus on our top five new or trending topics to know and get right in 2023.

Please also see our 21 point checklist “Does Your Website Have Solid Foundations?” You can use this as a checklist to review your own website, and plan how to improve it. (Here’s the link: )

This Concise Webinar was held ‘live’ on 22 March, 2023. Concise Webinars are intended to be helpful and educational, with no waffle or BS, and are usually about 20 minutes in length. They are free to attend, and you can watch the replay video for free too.

00:00 Introduction
00:43 How to check if you have a good website
01:53 How to check your own Core Web Vital Scores
07:17 How to use Google Voice Search
11:29 How to improve online sales using Doofinder Search
14:11 How to approach AI in 2023
17:31 When to set up Google Analytics 4

How To Build A Website in 2023

Everyone should have their own website. It’s something I’ve always stood by and in this video I’ll be going over everything you need to know about setting up a website from why create a personal website to how to pick a platform & domain and, finally, what to do with it once you have it.

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00:00 Intro
00:51 Why you should have a website
06:03 How to create a website
14:27 What to do with it

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Web Design Tips (The Top 8 Elements to an Effective Website)

It doesn’t matter what business, market, or industry you’re in, your business needs a website. But not just any website will do. After all, your businesses website is often your customers first point of contact with your brand and is the central hub for all your digital marketing activities. It’s also a controlled and owned piece of digital real estate which makes it extra special in today’s sea of rented and borrowed attention that comes along with using social media. So why then are so many websites just so bad? And how can you make sure you’re not making the same mistakes?

The sad reality is that like many other pieces of the marketing puzzle, websites seem to get pushed to the bottom of the priority list, and are only ever invested in when something breaks, or the information on them is so outdated and useless that something simple must be done.

So to help you avoid this here are 7 elements to an effective website so your site can get back to doing what it was meant to do all along – make you money.

Web Design Tip #1: Design Matters

Web Design Tip #2: Confirm to Convert

Web Design Tip #3: ONE Call-To-Action

Web Design Tip #4: Simplify Your Services

Web Design Tip #5: Make It Responsive

Web Design Tip #6: Don’t Make Them Think

Web Design Tip #6: Prove It

Web Design Tip #7: A Video is Worth a Million Words

Website Wrap Up

At the end of the day the key to designing a successful website is remembering that it’s not about you, it’s about your customers. When you put their needs, their experience, and their desires first, and ensure you’re following the tips and guidelines we just talked about you really can’t go too far wrong. If you’re looking for help implementing these tips and strategies then I highly recommend checking out who specialize in everything we just talked about.

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