Be in the Know
- Nintendo’s Ring Fit Adventure has the perfect party games for when you’re slightly drunk.
- Watch out Waze. Google Maps on iOS will soon let you report speed traps and traffic slowdowns
- T-Mobile partners with Jeffrey Katzenberg’s mobile streaming service Quibi.
- Imgur won’t support Reddit’s NSFW communities anymore because they put its ‘business at risk’.
What Makes a Good Website?
That’s a loaded question, right? ☝🏼
Unfortunately, the answer isn’t one-size-fits-all either.
Regardless of your industry, here are some tips on making your website good.
- Your website satisfies user intent and has a clear goal: The ol’ build it and they will come days are over folks. The core of a good website is knowing who your audience is and why they’re coming to your website. What do they want? Are they looking to make a purchase? How did they land on your site? Map out your site based on these audience answers.
- Your website has technical prowess: Before you get into the SEO weeds, focus on the basics. Website speed, easily crawlable, not bogged down with large images, etc. Good sites are without technical errors. If you’re a WordPress user, we’re big fans of Yoast. They’ll point out the errors for ya.
- Your website is trustworthy, safe and secure: We all know what a sketchy site looks like. Don’t be that site. “Use up-to-date software, have your SSL in order, make strong passwords, use tools such as Cloudflare to protect your site from DDoS attacks, etc.”
- Your website has a great design and stellar UX: Attention spans are becoming shorter and shorter. From your messaging to your CTA’s, focus on giving the user a great experience. Get to the point and get to it quickly.
- Your content is on point: Take off your sales cap for a second and give your users the content they actually want. This ties back into tip #1…know your audience.
- Mobile-first: It’s 2019. This a no-brainer. Design your site with mobile in mind first, not the other way around.
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