The time you need to upgrade/redesign your website , you need to question yourself ?
- Is our business website currently optimized for mobile devices?
- Have our business goals changed since we last launched our site?
- Is the branding on our current website outdated?
- Does our website function properly?
- Is our website set up for easy updates and content publishing? (In other words, is it on a content management system that makes website maintenance easy?)
- Can our target audience easily navigate and find the best content to address their needs?
- How are our business website metrics? Are we converting leads on our website?
Next step you need to finalize a good website designing Company / team for this work who are capable of developing application in the latest known technology.
- Audit your current website data, and prepare writeup content and arrange required photos to be uploaded with the content. You may also ask your website company for professional content writing.
- Do analysis you competitors website for new ideas you may incorporate in you website.
- Ask you Website designing company to make in more user friendly and easy accessibility of content they are searching form, more complex structure of website may lead to users drop.
- Discuss about the deadline to finalize the website redesigning work with the team.
- Clearly discuss your goals and purpose for website upgradation .
Launch you new website :
After months of auditing, planning, designing, and developing you’re finally ready to launch your new site. That’s super exciting!
Before launch, make sure you perform a pre-launch review of your site to confirm that everything with your new site is in order and ready to go. Your pre-launch review should include:
- Checking for any broken links
- Making sure your 301 redirects are all set
- Verifying that the meta descriptions and page titles are correct for every page
- Checking for any broken or missing images
Double-checking all of these items will not only save you from the future headache of rushing to try to fix issues post-launch, but also ensure a smooth transition for people from using your old website to using your new one.