The part of business (and life) nobody seems to like is making a plan for handling the unforeseen. When Crisis hits. But that won’t stop a Crisis from hitting and then we still have to deal with it.
Launching a new website is exciting!
It’s also a beginning. We need the website to do well for a long time. But that won’t happen automagically.
That’s the most common question I hear from people looking to get a website for their blog, business or organization.
But it’s starting at the wrong end…
Content can be a beast that is continually hungry and will never be satisfied. At least if the approach is to wake up on Monday morning and only then decide what to write this week.
Every website needs content. Of many different kinds. Then all those pieces have to be created. Which can be a daunting task.
Stories stick with us. We remember them. For a long time.
Are you making use of that connecting power in your business or organization?
Making sense of website content. 8 pages (or content sections) that every website needs.
There really isn’t a website around today that doesn’t collect personal information. Some people think that their websites don’t. But, to quote Igor in Young Frankenstein: “Well, they were wrong, weren’t they?”
Time for a new website. Both scary and exciting. Tempting to start with tools and themes. But definitely time to first take a hard look at what your next website really needs to do for you.