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Evaluating Your Web Redesign - 4 Steps To Help Get The Website Of Your Dream

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Getting the website of your dreams involves planning, research, and lots of patience but, when you do it right, the payoff is huge. Taking the time to evaluate your website redesign ensures that both you and your business stay happy. Use these 4 tips to help set you up for the most success.

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Evaluating Your Web Redesign - 4 Steps To Help Get The Website Of Your Dream

  1. 1. Evaluating Your Web Redesign 4 Steps to Getting the Website of Your Dreams
  2. 2. Hello! I AM DAVID FORMAN Lead Web Developer at Clarity Creative Group You can find me at www.iwantclarity.com
  3. 3. Define “Success”1
  4. 4. “ The accomplishment of an aim or purpose.
  5. 5. Define “Success” Before you ever make an appointment with a web expert, you need to make sure you’re prepped for success.
  6. 6. Create a Capable Team2
  7. 7. Ask the Right Questions You can’t get a good website without hiring a true expert.
  8. 8. Do-It-Yourself If your website is hosted on a user- friendly platform, you should be able to do much of the updating yourself. Create a Capable Team “In House” Team You’ll know that you’ve really made it as a business when you’re able to start hiring whole departments.
  9. 9. Outsourcing For the majority of you that fall somewhere in the middle, you have the option of outsourcing your website needs. Create a Capable Team Freelancers Tend to be experts in their field; sites like Upwork will let you find bloggers, coders, and more in any budget from all over the world.
  10. 10. Consultants They’re great if you have plenty of time for DIY-ing your website but only need a bit of direction. Create a Capable Team Agencies Like a combination of a freelancer and consultant. This hands-off approach comes with a steeper price tag than freelancers or consultants.
  11. 11. Evaluating the Results3
  12. 12. Evaluating the Results Revisit Your Goals Don’t let the glitz and glamour of your new website distract from your original purpose. Be Patient Most goals will take a while to achieve, so allow time for the results to show up. Think Long-Term When evaluating your web redesign, think “telescope” not “microscope”.
  13. 13. “Analyzing the results allows your digital efforts to evolve. “
  14. 14. Hold Your Team Accountable4
  15. 15. Hold Your Team Accountable Treat your digital marketing agency like you would any other employee. Any agency should be able to provide you with the numbers showing you how they met your goal.
  16. 16. Hold Your Team Accountable If they aren’t tracking their work, that’s a red flag.
  17. 17. Thank you! QUESTIONS? You can find us at www.iwantclarity.com share@iwantclarity.com

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