What's good for your website?

 What's good for your website?

It takes a lot of time and effort to create a website and content that it hosts. The list of optimizations, corrections are never-ending. But, hey! Here are a few things that can help you make your website more productive and attractive to users.

These are a few realistic that quickly add up to your end results. These are simple and easy to understand.

1. Optimize your website for SEO

Search engine optimization(SEO) is very important these days. Without proper SEO practice in place, your website will not be engaging with your audience. You need to take a lot of things into consideration here but let's try to discuss a few important ones.

Use good keywords that have low spam rank and high conversion score. You can use a free tool such as Keyword shitter or a paid tool such as Ahrefs keyword explorer to advance in this quest.

Your website must be mobile-friendly and accessible on all devices. You can use popular frameworks such as Bootstrap or Tailwind to achieve this.

2. Use multimedia content

It is essential to use multimedia content such as video and audio on your website. It will help in the engagement. Some people just don't want to read on the tiny screens, they just want to watch a video or listen to a podcast and get away with their days. Thus, this is important.

You can use free services such as Youtube to host your videos or consider paying for media hosting accounts. 

3. Optimize a website performance
This is a very broad topic. However, let's say I'll provide you with a link to test your website and you can get away with it and do it on your own. You must ensure, the images, content, speed, and other things are optimized on your website.

You can start to analyze your website on Gtmetrix and take it from there.

3. Increase your conversion rates
This would be perpetual again. You can invest in branding, ads, and creating personalized experiences for your users. This highly depends on the budget you've set aside for a lot of things. 

You can start small by getting things done on Fiverr and then gradually move to other platforms.

That concludes this short article on what's good for your websites. If you have any questions, please do ask. We can discuss other strategies.

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