What Should Your B2B Website Do For Your Business?
Your website is the most important part of your digital presence, and has to do many things:
Be found in search
Display your products
Convince people to trust you
Convert visitors into customers
Attract top talent
Many company websites in the manufacturing, industrial and professional services industries fall short in one or all of those areas. Some of the most frequent issues we see that hurt our clients' websites are:
These are all easy issues to fix, and we can help you figure out what to tackle first and then get it done quickly.
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How Does Your Website Rank in Search?
Don't build beautiful a website that your customers can't find. Understanding how to improve your search ranking will help to increase the right kind of traffic.
A few things to ask your webmaster or marketing team:
Our team can quickly create and execute an SEO improvement plan that will help your website take over the top positions on Google search.
Is Your Website Design Outdated?
Design elements change quickly and it's important for companies (especially ones that pride themselves on innovation!) to stay current. Digital marketing experts say that you should update your B2B website every 2-3 years.
Some questions about design to consider:
- Do your website make good use of white space?
- Is it uncluttered and easy to navigate?
- Has it been updated in the last 3 years?
- Is it mobile friendly and responsive across multiple devices?
- Does it work well across multiple browsers?
- Is our most important information is above the fold on our homepage?
- Are there no more than 5 to 7 main navigation buttons?
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Are You Measuring Your Website's Performance?
Without data, you're just guessing! Setting goals and tracking website analytics will help you make data-driven decisions about what to upgrade or tackle first. Check in with your webmaster or marketing team and ask them:
- Do we have Google Analytics, Google Search Console, or other website analytics tools?
- Do we run our website through HubSpot’s FREE website grader ?
- Does our site have heat-mapping software?
- Do we have benchmarks set?
- Do we make regular website updates based on our analytics data?
Once you have analytics tools in place, you should start measuring in these 4 key areas to get a basic understanding of what's working and what's not:
- Search Engine Optimization
- Website Traffic
- Website Usability