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The top 5 reasons you need to update your website ready for 2020.

01 - Your website isn’t generating you any leads or business

Ask yourself why you want people to visit your website. Does your website achieve this goal? Is there a clear call to action? Make sure you use analytics to measure how people interact with your site and make changes based on evidence.

02 - It’s not clear what your business does or what service you offer

People’s attention spans are short, you only have a limited time to get across your message. Make sure it’s obvious what you do and what you offer from the minute someone lands on your site.

You have just a few seconds to grab somebody’s attention online and hold on to it. Consumers want website design that provides an engaging experience, and gives them what they want quickly.

03 - Your website is not mobile responsive and it’s slow to load

52% of all website views are now on mobile so if your website is not optimised for mobile then your going to have a lot of frustrated users. And it’s not enough to just have a site that looks good on mobile you also have to consider how people interact with their mobiles and how that differs from browsing on a desktop.

52.2% of all website traffic worldwide was generated through mobile phones, up from 50.3% in the previous year. Mobile currently accounts for half of all global web pages served.

04 - Your website is not easy to update

There’s nothing more frustrating than not being able to easily update your website. A content management system is essential if you want to update your site without having to know how to write code.

05 - Your website is not collecting any data

Data is rapidly becoming a companies most valuable asset. Turn your website into a data-collecting machine, so you can target and remarket to your customers through digital marketing campaigns.

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