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A Web of Myths

by | Jan 28, 2022 | 0 comments

We can’t stress enough how your business or brand needs to have an online presence. Today, a person visits at least 2 websites in a day. Before connecting with you, every person will check your online presence to get a gist about you and your work. So while it’s an amazing thing people know about you, your website should deliver the same value as well. If you don’t want to be prey to these myths, let’s take out the StruxBuster cap for the last series and bust them down!

  1. Once the website is made, your work is done:

Like the never-ending agency work, a website’s work is never fully completed. You cannot forget about the website once it goes live. You may think the rest is a cakewalk after that, but it’s not. A website is always in a state of flux, just like humans. At regular intervals, you should fix bugs, update your site’s content, security extensions, and plugins. For your website to be successful, keep an eye on traffic, leads, and conversion rates.

  1. Content can be bland on websites:

Do you have a high bounce rate? Are people leaving your website within seconds of opening it? Seems like you have overwhelmed them with too much content. As much as people don’t want to read “lorem ipsum,” they don’t want to be bombarded with information too. Find the right balance between informational and engaging writing, and put it in a structured format. It is always possible to add a more detailed explanation on blogs. Remember: Minimal is Maximal

  1. Responsive and Mobile-friendly are optional:

Let’s talk about one of the most neglected myths of the century. We live in an age when everyone prefers things that are available and handy on their phones. If your website creates a cluttered space on any device that isn’t a desktop and is barely responsive, you will lose traffic easily. Optimize your sites for different screens, and ensure they are responsive with all features before launching them. 

  1. Having more features means it’s fancier:

It’s not necessary to keep up with all trends in the market. In the process of over-stuffing your website with call buttons and features, you’re just adding to your confusion. Not every website requires widgets, OR boxes, chatbots, and so much more. They will take longer to load and take longer to make tweaks or updates. You need to consider what’s more important to your business and how that feature could enhance a customer’s experience on your website. 

  1. SEO is not required for websites:

Working on weekends is okay and saying that SEO only works for blogs are myths too stupid to believe, right? The purpose of SEO is to increase traffic to your website by making it more visible on search engines. It’s not just for blogs, but also the content on websites. Your website works better and is more effective with Alt Tags, site auditing, and an SEO strategy. Make SEO a crucial part of your strategy since it isn’t just about presenting a pretty face. 

The world today is driven by the Internet. It is just as important to keep up with website trends as it is to keep up with your reel trends. Don’t give up on the idea of creating a website because of these myths. Bust them, and take down the myth-web. Reach out to us if you wish to bypass this complicated process and have a website designed for you!

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