You were probably asked to provide everything the designer needed to do the job: the concept, the content, and the images.
If that describes your business, consider these questions:
Does my website make a good first impression?
Is my website information current and up-to-date?
Can my customers find me and contact me easily?
What does my website look like to my customers on their mobile devices?
Are my customers leaving my website because it's slow?
Is my website getting enough traffic?
Am I using social media to connect with my customers?
Am I building a list of prospects and customers to target?
Am I keeping my customers informed?
Am I maximizing the income potential of my website?
Would an online store increase my bottom line?
Current Design & Information
Ensure your website is up to date because prospects really do judge a book by its cover.
Improved Customer Contact
Increase the likelihood that customers will reach out to you through Calls to Action.
Higher Search Engine Rankings
Be sure Google ranks you high as it compares your website to your industry leaders.
Measure Up Against the Competition
Increase the likelihood that your website outshines your biggest industry competitors.
Mobile Device Friendly Website
Make sure your websites is able to be properly viewed and navigated on mobile devices.
Improved Business Branding
Look through the eyes of your customers and prospects to see your authentic business image.
Improved Social Media Connections
Deliver your message to your customers in a friendly and more personally connected way.
Increased Speed & Functionality
Ensure your prospects remain on YOUR website and don’t leave for the competition.