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.
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]
Personalized calls-to-action targeted to the user perform 42% better than calls to action that are generic. (Source: HubSpot) [Tweet this]
“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]
"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]
“Crawling is not a guarantee you’re indexed.” - Rand Fishkin, Moz [Tweet this]