Let us say your small-medium business has an online presence, a website. When was that website created? When was the last time you checked to see how often visitors came to your site? How responsive is your website?  You aren’t sure how to answer any of these, or your answers are mostly negative, then you probably need to redesign your website. Well, the fact that you are in doubt may mean you need to redesign your website anyway: you could contact us at DigitPaw Inc. for a consultation on that.

Is Your Website Responsive?

Responsive websites are all the rage now. People use their mobile devices more and more to surf the web, so it is necessary to have a website that adapts to any kind of device.

Does Your Website Load Slowly?

Loading times for websites are getting faster, literally every day. A website that takes too much time to load drives visitors away, to a different website (aka the competition). Redesign your website if it is too slow: it is costing you customers.

How Recent are Your CMS and Website Technology?

Content Management Systems (CMS), and Website Technologies evolve all the time. Having an outdated CMS can affect your website, making it difficult to keep it updated. You may not need to redesign your website entirely, but you can contact a website solutions provider to update your CMS and Website Technology for you.

Is Your Website Search Engine Optimized?

This is important, because to drive traffic to your website, you need to be indexed by search engines. To be indexed by search engines, your website needs to be search engine optimized. Without SEO, your website is probably not listed anywhere in any search results because search engines can’t see your website: they don’t know it exists.

How Dated Does Your Website Look?

The way your website looks matters, because it is your online store front. Change the colors, revamp the logo, just make your website look fun and professional, something visitors will love to see and keep them glued to your site.

Does Your Website Have Features You Don’t Use Anymore?

Another reason why you should keep your website up to date is that some features are no longer used. If there is a feature you haven’t used in months, and it doesn’t look like it will be useful in months to come, remove it.

You need to redesign your website if it has any of these on it. As said earlier, it must not be a complete overhaul: you might just need to fix some things to make your website more functional and more up to date. At DigitPAW Inc., we provide this service for small and medium online businesses with any kind of budget. Contact us at webdesign@digitpaw.com to let us know what you need done, or for a free quote; and check out our website at http://digitpaw.com/ to see testimonials of satisfied clients and our portfolio.

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