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Website Wizardry: 6 Easy Hacks for Taking Your Site to the Next Level

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Every remotely experienced business owner will tell you that there’s no success or expansion if your company doesn’t have a website. And when we say website, we do not refer to something that’s ordinary and plain.

No way Jose. Ordinary sites are for people who couldn’t care less about any progress, however, if you want your company to flourish, then you must invest a lot of time and effort into this, otherwise, no one will ever know or care about your firm.

Therefore, if you’re interested in improving your website, but simply do not know how, then you should take a few minutes of your time to read this guide because it will tell you exactly what to do.

Prioritize Web Hosting

If you are currently focusing on developing a site, then remember that you need to opt for web hosting too. Why is it necessary? Well, that’s because it powers any web page and delivers its data directly to the visitors.

No website can ever exist without web hosting. It’s like you are practically renting a virtual space that’s going to allow you to normally run your website. That’s how pivotal it is. But the question is, how to pick the best web hosting services?

The truth is, this can be a bit hard, due to the fact that there are so many of them. What we do know is that over the past couple of years, a lot of people have turned to quality WordPress hosting services for a variety of different reasons, starting from the fact that it provides top-notch security, excellent performance, reliable support, etc. But, after all, it doesn’t necessarily have to be that one.

Whatever you opt for, just be sure that it’s the type of hosting service that will allow your website to run smoothly without experiencing any problems. 

Focus On Boosting The Speed Of Your Website

This is one of the most crucial things to remember. Even if you have the most visually appealing site, if it takes too much time to load, a vast majority of people are going to give up on it and move on to another one. 

Keep in mind that people are not as they used to be, meaning that their attention span become drastically shorter over the past several years and that they have become a lot more impatient. Many surveys have shown that over eighty percent of users stated that slow loading time is one of the main reasons why they tend to leave a particular website.

Generally speaking, sites that are pretty fast have a much higher conversion and are ranked higher on Google in comparison to the ones that are relatively slow. So how can you improve this? There are various steps that you can take, starting from:

  1. Optimizing and compressing photographs and videos in order for your pages to load quicker
  2. Enabling browse caching
  3. Employing a content delivery network for caching web pages

Clean Colors And Fonts Is The Way To Go

We talked to several entrepreneurs concerning this topic, and many told us that they love to use a simple web design that comes with clean fonts and colors. Now, a lot of people (especially beginners) think that they will blow everyone’s minds if they opt for something that’s too flashy and complex.

But that’s actually not the case. Sometimes, being simple is the best way to go and something that will bring much better results.

An Empty Space Is At Time A Very Good Idea 

We’re not sure why, but a lot of web designers avoid utilizing an empty space when they are building a site. Maybe they think that that’s not such as good idea, or that it will ruin the appearance of their website, but we do not share their opinion.

And we are not the only ones. Namely, not too long ago, we talked to some seasoned web designers, and they told us that empty space can actually be very appealing and attract the attention of users.

Why is this such a good idea? Namely, by doing something like this, you will ensure that your website isn’t packed with a bunch of unnecessary stuff (in other words, cluttered). If you would like to create something that’s effective, then be sure to adjust the spacing between every section of your site. This way, you will have a very efficient, yet balanced design.

Your Site Must Be Simple To Use

Do you like things that are overly complicated? Do you love to get lost? If the answer to both of these questions is no, then you’ll probably understand what we’re about to say. Remember, that hardly anyone loves to get lost, which can happen if you develop a website that’s very difficult to navigate.

In these instances, people will spend an eternity trying to figure things out, only to leave at some point because everything was too puzzling to them. So how can you have something that’s visually appealing, and informative, yet that it isn’t too complex?

For starters, be sure that the navigation buttons are properly placed and that the navigation menu isn’t too crowded, otherwise, most of your visitors won’t be able to use it the right way. Generally speaking, when it comes to navigation, it needs to be straightforward, meaning that anyone can easily find what they are looking for.

Mobile, Mobile, Mobile

There’s no need to remind you how insanely popular mobile devices are. A vast majority of people cannot bear to spend a single second without them. Therefore, you need to focus on building a site that’s going to be mobile-friendly, meaning that your website will be able to load on literally any device.

In case you didn’t know, Google’s algorithm appreciates this a lot, hence you to prioritize it if you want to succeed. 

It doesn’t matter whether you own a small company, or not, of the type of industry you work in, the point is that there’s no surviving in the business world without a site. Consequently, if you want to make positive changes when it comes to this, then implement all these tips above

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