Maybe it’s been a few years.
Maybe you made that website yourself.
Maybe your website just doesn’t align with your brand the way it should.
Maybe it looks bad.
Maybe it’s not performing the way you want it to.
Whatever the reason, maybe it’s time for a new website.
How’s That Design Lookin’?
94% of first impressions relate to your site’s web design.
How’s that design lookin’ these days?
So many of our clients have websites that just look…
When a website looks terrible, customers automatically assume that your business is low quality.
On top of that, old websites often don’t align with how a business’ brand has evolved over the years.
If your website looks old and doesn’t align with your brand, it’s probably not generating the leads and sales that it could.
And let’s face it — with how the pandemic affected everyone in the world, it’s possible your business has changed significantly in the last couple years — and your old website doesn’t reflect those changes.
Upgrading to a new, modern design to ensure your website aligns with your current brand and looks great to visitors is a great reason to get a new website.
Is Your Website Mobile Friendly?
74% of users are more likely to return to mobile-friendly websites.
How does your website treat mobile users?
For a long time, Google has been indexing websites (deciding whether or not they should go on Google and how high they should rank) based on how mobile friendly your website is.
The majority of people who visit your website are going to be on mobile these days.
If your website is so old that it looks like crud on mobile, well…
You’re losing customers before they even have a chance to look at your content.
Is Your Content Converting?
The last, and maybe biggest, reason to revamp your website (or get a brand new one) is that your content just might not be pulling its weight.
If your website isn’t converting customers like it should be — especially if it still looks good — it’s possible it’s your content’s fault.
Content is ultimately what converts customers.
Sure, great design and user experience is important, but ultimately, it’s those words on the page that make people decide whether they want to make a purchase or contact you.
How’s your content lookin’ these days?
If it’s not that great, it’s probably time for a new website.
Ready for a New Website? Let’s Talk
If you’re reading this and thinking, “Dang, I really do need a new website!” then let’s talk.