Have you sometimes questioned yourself if you are providing a good, informative website to retain the connection with your target audience? If not, well here are some questions that you can start with in checking your website features.
Is your website user-friendly?
Obviously, you don’t want to frustrate your audience when they start navigating your website. Avoid using confusing terms and make sure that everything is grouped together accordingly. An easy-to-use website is very much appealing to users, so have a website that has a consistent section layout, with buttons or arrows to guide them and a website that provides what your audiences might need.
How was the design?
Want to attain readership? Contents is not only the key. Design is also a great factor in having your audience fall in love with you and your website. This factor goes with the navigation, if you have a site that is cozy and comfortable in the eyes, the navigation can be a lot easier. You need to keep an eye on the spacing, the use of white spaces, or perhaps filling spaces out. Keep it appealing and pleasing to the eyes. They say the beauty is in the eye of the beholder but maybe it is in the eye (and special tactics!) of your website design agency, right?
Are the contents original and fresh?
Again, do you want to attain readership? Well, you better work well on the content! Your audience go to your website looking for a specific information. Would you risk not putting it on your site? Websites must be an informative vehicle, and the content is your driver. Keep it original and fresh, of course. Outdated information is a no no for readers but fresh and new material is definitely a yes-o-yes!
Does your website design suits the attitude of your target audience?
For whom do you build up your website? Your target audience. Does it looks like it was made for them? The answer should be a yes. Give your website a feel that suits your audience’s attitude, behavior and interests. It should both reflect your company and your target audience.
Have you provided a contact form or your contact information in the website?
It is also a must if your site provide ways to reach you if in case they have suggestions, considerations or queries. It cannot be avoided that they might need to contact you or talk to your representative on a real time basis so better have your contact details including email address, contact number be it mobile or telephone, fax, and do not forget to tag your office address along with these information.
And the final question is, how are your answers? If you think you passed answering these questions with positive ones, then you are all set! Go and give your audience an awesome experience visiting your website.