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Keep Your Eye On The Prize

Sep 26, 2013   //   by freshtraffic   //   internet marketing  //  Comments Off

One of the most important steps in any endeavour regarding your businesses website is having a consistent point of contact between the client and the agency. With how easy it is to dig up information on anything you like on the internet however, this point of contact can quickly turn into a road block to moving ahead with a project.

badwebsitesThere is absolutely no shortage of information online regarding search engine optimization and about it takes only a simple search to find millions of pages on the topic. A growing problem as of late that seems to be plaguing the industry is the increasingly rapid growth of poor information surrounding the subject. The inclusion of all of the searches being returned via Google turning into a value in your analytics hasn’t been helping the cause either, there has already been a handful of knee jerk reactions across the web and cries of “The end is near!” Here is the thing though, nothing has changed in the SEO world, only in the world of analytics. So before you subscribe to the theory of doom and gloom that the online marketing world is dead, call Freshtraffic, a real online branding agency and speak with someone that has a clue before you tank your website and it’s rankings.

Not to be left out, even the world of web development and design can be brought to it’s knees by an.. overly attentive client. When you’re having a website designed and developed to fit all of your wants and needs for your online presence, there is really only one major point to keep in mind – when your designer/developer strongly advises you use a certain method, you should probably pay attention as they have spent more time with your website than anyone else at that point. Depending on the software being used to develop with, and what your website needs are there are certain steps which need to be adhered to in order to maintain good web design practices all around. Where we run into some of the more egregarious problems again, comes from the prevalence of information on the web. It can be a daunting task in itself just to keep a design on track, and not end up with an example like below. Just remember we’re all in this together and are all working to achieve the same goal.

CLIENT: This red is terrible! Why did you pick this red!?

ME: It’s the red from your logo. I can change it to the blue if you would prefer.

CLIENT: No, no, no… I’m sending you a word doc right now. It’s perfect. Use that!

Only then opening the file to find text with a rainbow gradient and neon pink shadow.