3 Ways To Update Your Website

If you’ve had your business for more than five years than it’s probably time to give your website a new look. A fresh look can make your site look brand new. How do you do this though? How do you give your site a whole new look without changing what your business model? Down below are five surprising ways that you can use to give your website a facelift. If it’s something that you are planning on doing in the near future, then keep reading, because in this post we will cover that and much more.

Resign The Pages On Your Site: Redesigning your website can give your website a new look without doing that much work to it. Changing the colors and the layout just a little bit can make a huge a difference and give your site the fresh look you’re looking for!

Update Your Logo: If you have had your business for a while, then you should consider updating your logo. You can update your logo without changing it that much, which means it will still look like your logo and be easily recognizable. You can hire a designer to create some simple logo mock-ups for you to see if you like them. It can be easy and quick!

Update Your Copy: Updating your content can be a good way of giving your website a new look. Write some new, engaging posts, and try to including some trending topic or news. Perhaps give it a newish layout. When you update your content it gives you the chance to add anything new in there that you maybe wanted to but never got around to.

These are three easy ways that you can update your website and make it look fresh and new without doing too much to it. By changing small things on your website you can make your site look almost new. Which is something that every business should be thinking about.

Not changing your site occasionally may make visitors believe that you are not updating the content regularly. It never hurts to give new things a try, and when it comes to web design and content, improving and changing things up is always a plus.

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Sam Ryan

“Sam is an entrepreneur with a strong technical background and a bachelors degree in web development. His personal mantra includes a firm belief in the power of teamwork, the wisdom of taking risks, and that there’s nothing better than bacon. Sam has been a part of the launch of several companies, including Hatchwise, where he is the CTO and all-around guru.”

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