In today’s competitive market, it’s crucial for any online marketers to have a website that actually converts and transforms all the leads into potential customers. As you know, this is often the hardest part to accomplish because it requires a lot of effort and time.
Your website is a true representation of your entire business. If it looks sloppy and your visitors just can’t get any benefit out of it, they will just leave and forget about you. But if you’ve a conversion focused and a beautifully designed site; showing how your products and services can benefit others, then your website is almost a guaranteed success.
You’ve heard all about internet entrepreneurs who have made it possible to build highly profitable businesses on the internet. But other than monetary benefits, did you know Freedom is actually the No.1 reason why people choose to start their business online?
I heard a TED talk lately by Natalie Sisson – The Surprising Truth About Freedom. She spoke about how she designed a life of freedom by building multiple 6-figure business online. In her talk, she shared the 3 stages of freedom which I find them quite practical:
Quality beats everything. This is the single most important thing you need to remember when designing your marketing website. The truth is, there’s no secret formula to a good website. As long as it is functional, relevant, and engaging – it’s already good enough.
But are there any benchmarks which you can follow along when designing your site?
In recent years, the hamburger style menu (aka 3-bar menu) has been gaining popularity in the web design space and is now widely implemented by many of the industry leaders.
Let me prove my point by showing you some concrete examples from the big companies.
As 2015 is coming to an end and 2016 is swiftly approaching, I figured it’d be a good time to share the things that have worked well for me this year plus the 5 lessons I’ve learned from them. Hopefully you’ll find some of the lessons below useful. Let’s dive straight in!