Recession-proof website # Tip 7 Keep it Short & Simple

Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for Thumbnail image for thumb_chapman_pincher.gifIs your web site easy to understand. I’ve been researching a number of companies that all do the same thing – not that you’d know it from the guff on their websites – their main differentiator was confusion. You need to keep your message simple.  To paraphrase Kipling’s maxim on the 5Ws: Use these five serving-folk. They say just what they do. To make sense of any site just ask What, Why, When, Where and Who.

Does your website say: What you do. Why you do it. When you do it. Why you do it and Who you are  – nothing else matters. Yesterday, I linked to some guidelines for recession proofing your website that I’ve been through in more detail. Get yourself a copy they make a lot of sense. As they say: Keep It Short & Simple.

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Recession-proof website # Tip 9 Review Here's a quick review of the tips I've blogged about this week on recession-proofing your web site. If you have any others please let me know and I'll put them up as an addendum. Importantly, get someone to review your site from...
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