A website relaunch is most commonly used to improve the user experience, the efficiency and functionality of a site, and contributes to the general management of the brand. However, there is a wide variety of reasons that push companies to take such a step. In this discussion our team members talk about several key aspects to consider in order to figure out whether a website relaunch is truly for you. They discuss what the implications are, what the risks are and how companies can make the most out of such a strategic move.
Website & CRM
Powering over 30% of the internet, WordPress is an excellent family to join if you’re looking to create your own website, add another website to your roster, or need to help a client promote themselves online. It is a robust platform accessible enough for beginners without any coding experience but still gives you the creative freedom to design your website exactly as you like and add whatever features you need.
Easy to use and super reliable, WordPress powers over a quarter of the world’s websites and is the site builder of choice for a number of leading enterprises. Initially created as an easy to use platform for bloggers, WordPress has cultivated a top reputation among users and has become the most popular content management system globally.
Yoast SEO is a WordPress plugin that improves your website’s rankings on search engines by helping you optimize your content and keywords. Yoast is a powerful tool that can help you make your site as search-engine-friendly as possible, so users can find, read, and enjoy your content.
At GANDT, we’re always eager to try out new tools so we know which ones we can recommend with confidence to our clients (and make use of ourselves). One new app we’re excited about is Polish UX. It turns your browser into a powerful writing tool and allows you to edit text on any webpage, test, and iterate until you get it just right.
Technical SEO is all about ensuring that your website is equipped with all the technical requirements that modern search engines use to determine rankings. Regardless of how slick your website looks or how compelling the content is, if your SEO isn’t on point—you’re simply not going to rank.