Your website is a lot of work. It has to stay fresh if you want to keep on top of your online market. But a lot of work doesn’t mean insurmountable, so don’t give up and let your content go stale. A simple guide and plan will help you know what to do and how to do it, consistently. So you can keep meeting the online needs of your consumers.
A Website Content Best Practices Guide is your go-to document for making sure your website content continues to give you the best return on your website investment. Even better, you can pass the website updating tasks onto others in the office and know the style and message remains consistent. So go ahead, plan that vacation.
The “best” thing about your Best Practices Guide is you’re not creating it yourself. Tangible Words can compile this information for you in an easy to follow reference package, as part of your content partnership. You can get a Best Practices Guide to culminate your website content strategy and implementation process. It’ll keep you on track so you don’t lose the benefits of your content management efforts, after you’ve launched your site and you’re on your own.
Website etiquette can change and we keep up with it so you don’t have to. There’s proper ways to do things like adding content, or managing links, even when to use different types of content (that are kind of the same but not) see blogs vs. articles.
Depending on whether or not you use a Content Management System in-house or you contract your website out to a developer, guidelines make sure everyone is contributing to the website consistently. Find out how your Best Practices Guide fits with your website content needs.
Make Your Website Content and Design Process Easier For Your Staff
Use this checklist so you know what your website needs to boost sales BEFORE you start rebuilding your website. It’ll save you time, money and aggravation and guarantee you’ll attract more customers online.
Download this Website Design Checklist and you’ll know: