Intuitive Business Marketing


6 signs your website might be outdated

Ep. 78

There comes a time when every business owner starts to wonder if they need to update or refresh their website.

This could be through necessity, such as a lack of leads or sales. It could come through a design looking “tired” and needing a new coat of paint, much like a wall in your home. The brand could even be entirely overhauled to modernise or follow a change of ownership.

When you’re considering a website re-design, you need to establish the main reason for doing so. Your reason will guide the tasks and complexity of the project. There’s a big difference between updating some content and images on an existing website, and building a whole new website that is focused on generating more sales.

In this episode I take you through the 6 signs that your website might be outdated and what to do about it.

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