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  • Name …pets….goals….what you do
  • What makes a site successful? The right people and the right tools for the job. Perspective. Redesign. Client. So you may be asking…..
  • 8 ways / areas to focus on for a successful redesign (or creation) BTW 8 is my fav number, ask me why after the pre
  • It’s hard to say what’s most important, but if I had to, I’d say strategy
  • How do I set a strategy and plan for the build?
  • Some would argue that design is most important. Make or break success. Craigslist.
  • Key elements of great web writing and How you can get involved
  • All these elements come together, you need someone to manage all of it
  • Once you’re rocking and rollin, don’t slack. Unfortunately you can never quit. Ever evolving, must keep up. Social media plays a huge part. Blogging, facebook and twitter are the three heavy hitters right now.
  • 8 ways / areas to focus on for a successful
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    • 1.<br />
    • 2.
    • 3.
    • 4. Strategy &amp; Planning<br />Design<br />Content<br />Code<br />SEO<br />Management<br />Analytics<br />Social Media<br />How can I get my website <br />back on the right track?<br />
    • 5. Strategy &amp; Planning<br />
    • 6. Set a strategy &amp; plan<br />Set a goal<br />Know your demographic<br />Focused &amp; Flexible<br />Realistic strategic goals<br />Look at existing analytics<br />Understand User Tasks<br />Prelaunch/Post to dos<br />be adaptive <br />“Effectively assimilate our diverse methods to meet and empower our clients “<br />
    • 7. Design &amp; Ux<br />
    • 8.
    • 9. Key design elements<br />User centric design<br />Good visuals = trust<br />basic html and css<br />Avoid Paralysis by analysis <br />Put the user first<br />
    • 10. Content creation<br />
    • 11. Great Web Writing<br />Get to the point quickly<br />No marketing fluff<br />Clear language<br />Keyword stuffing is so ‘98<br />Thou shalt not lie<br />Thou shalt not use industry jargon<br />IT’S<br />GONNA<br />RAIN!<br />
    • 12. Code consideration<br />
    • 13. Dev &amp; code guidelines<br />Keep it current<br />Choose based on needs<br />Validate!<br />What type of site = type of client<br />Ask your Dev smart questions<br />
    • 14. Search engine op<br />
    • 15. Spot SUPER SEO<br />SEO is Organic<br />Rapidly changing<br />These ain’tyomomma’s keywords<br />Watch out for too good to be true<br />Seo is a process<br />
    • 16. Project management<br />
    • 17. Pm and you<br />Design, dev, copy, seo<br />Wide knowledge<br />Translates wants into $$<br />Keeps scope in range<br />Strikes a balance in client relations<br />
    • 18. Analytics &amp; data<br />
    • 19. Analytics<br />Measure<br />Plan ahead<br />Make educated changes<br />Test<br />Don’t overwhelm users<br />
    • 20. Social media<br />
    • 21.
    • 22. <ul><li>Have a primary objective
    • 23. Create blogging policies
    • 24. Decide who should write
    • 25. Engage readers
    • 26. short, fresh, consistent &amp; pro
    • 27. Update regularly
    • 28. Decide how to Handle feedback
    • 29. Monitor frequently</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Make excuses
    • 30. Think it’ll magically generate traffic
    • 31. Act like a faceless corporation
    • 32. Make it a marketing blog
    • 33. Post robotic press releases
    • 34. Worry about competition
    • 35. Expect too much from your readers
    • 36. Give up</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>create a custom landing page
    • 37. Have a great profile pic
    • 38. Post multiple types of media
    • 39. Post often
    • 40. Engage with questions
    • 41. Use FB as a customer service outlet
    • 42. use places for deals
    • 43. Integrate via a “Like” button</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Turn off comments
    • 44. Use FB events
    • 45. Message your entire network
    • 46. Post multiple times about …
    • 47. Lose your professionalism
    • 48. Nobody likes a spammymcspamerson
    • 49. Trolls do exist!
    • 50. Post links on someone else’s wall</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>have a personality
    • 51. share links, photos, and videos
    • 52. Watch follow ratios
    • 53. Guide followers to help
    • 54. Balance your stream
    • 55. Have a relevant bio
    • 56. Use a link shortener
    • 57. Show interest</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Get carried away
    • 58. Retweet every compliment
    • 59. Negotiate with customers
    • 60. Make conversation one-sided
    • 61. Repeat after me: I will not auto dm
    • 62. Tweet too often
    • 63. Treat it like im
    • 64. Use hrblegrmr</li></li></ul><li>SEO<br />Management<br />Analytics<br />Social Media<br />Strategy<br />Design<br />Content<br />Code<br />