Developing a Plan for Your Website
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Are you considering a new website for your organizing business? How exciting!
No matter if it’s your very first site or you’ve been online for a while and are ready for a change, whether you’re a DIY-er or working with a web professional, you’ll make the project go more smoothly if you draw upon your strong organizing skills.
Although you’re probably anxious to get your site up and running, taking the time to make a few decisions right from the start can save much aggravation later on and increase the ROI of your new website.
Planning a website is much too big an undertaking to complete in one sitting, so I’m excited to announce a new series here on Your Organizing Business, Planning a Website the Organized Way. Join me over the next few weeks, and I’ll walk you through the various factors you need to consider when planning a new website or website revamp.
Make sure you have a notebook, Word document, spreadsheet, whiteboard, or note-taking app ready at hand so you can record your answers for each section as you go along. When you’re done, you’ll be all set with your very own organized website planner!
Even if you don’t expect to plan a new website in the foreseeable future, working through Planning a Website the Organized Way will be a great way to identify improvements you can make on your existing site.
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