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10 Tweetable Tips To Inspire Your Next Website Redesign

By Carly Stec

10 Tweetable Tips To Inspire Your Next Website Redesign

10_Tweetable_Tips_To_Inspire_Your_Next_Website_RedesignIf you've been in business for a while, it's likely that your website's original design is beginning to feel a little antiquated.

If you haven't been in business very long but the website you have in place isn't helping you reach your goals, it's likely that you're begining to feel a little frustated. 

Whatever your case may be, it sounds like now is a better time than ever to stir up some change. After all, a website is meant to help your business, not hurt it. 

But change can be scary, right? Often times we resist change simply because we have a fear of stepping into the unknown. 

We get that.

However, the truth is, the website redesign process is only as scary and complicated as you make it out to be. 

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In fact, with the right approach, we can asure that it's really not that scary at all, which is why we've taken it upon ourselves to provide you with a bit of guidence. Below you'll find 10 tweetable tips aimed at helping you take control of your website redesign efforts. 

1. Responsiveness

52% of users said they would be less likely to engage with a company if the mobile experience on their site was bad. (Source: Google) [Tweet this]

2. Personalization

Personalized calls-to-action targeted to the user perform 42% better than calls to action that are generic.  (Source: HubSpot) [Tweet this]

3. Integration

“The HubSpot COS is a live stage where all of the marketing channels you’re already using – blogging, social media, email and even third party apps like Wistia or GoToWebinar – are working in concert, not in silos.” - Tom DiScipio, IMPACT Branding & Design [Tweet this]

4. Messaging

"Consumers shouldn't need a doctorate in business jargon or a masters degree in marketing to decode what you're marketing and selling. Make it simple, make it clear, and make it concise.” - Dharmesh Shah, HubSpot [Tweet this]

5. Professional Design

"That brilliant solution you made for that annoying problem needs to be visually organized and communicated in the most effective way possible to get people interested.” - Amir Hamdi, IMPACT Branding & Design [Tweet this]

6. SEO

“Crawling is not a guarantee you’re indexed.” - Rand Fishkin, Moz [Tweet this]

7. Conversion optimization

“Relevance boosts engagement. Engagement boosts conversion." - Doug Kessler, Velocity Partners [Tweet this]

8. Customer proof

“Creating customer case studies lends itself to our human instinct to share, tell a story and give advice.” - Magdalena Georgieva, HubSpot [Tweet this]

9. Social proof

“Product reviews are 12x more trusted than product descriptions from manufacturers.” (Source: Econsultancy[Tweet this]

10. User experience

“A product designed with the user as the focus, will always end up the most successful.” - Danny Lopez, IMPACT Branding & Design [Tweet this]

Looking for more guidance?

There's a lot that goes into making a website great. We get it. That's why we created a free guide to help walk you through it. Simply fill out the form below and it's all yours.

 

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Topics:

HubSpot
Marketing Strategy
Published on September 20, 2014

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