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A Successful Website? 10 Essentials

Posted on by Karilee in Website Creation 1 Comment

Defining the Successful Website

It’s always a good idea, before you start any project or activity that requires some effort, to take a few moments to visualize what success would look like. There’s no question that this is important before you start the process of creating a successful website. So what would the requirements of your successful website be? Here are the ten requirements I think are most important for your businesses’ successful website:

  • Gets found easily by search engines, especially Google
  • Brings in targeted traffic (your “right people”)
  • Is easy to navigate and search
  • Is “sticky”. Visitors hang around and look at several pages of information
  • Showcases your products/services and evokes interest in them
  • Captures leads, to help you convert visitors to clients
  • Looks professional (design, lack of typos, writing style, no broken links)
  • Has an emotional feel appropriate to your business and you as an entrepreneur
  • Is easily maintained by you, keeping your costs down
  • Generates INCOME for your business Read more


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