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It was published on July 20th, 2016.
So you’re starting a business, huh? You’ve created a name, product, and you’re ready to share it with the world! But do you have your online presence taken care of? In this modern technology age, putting your best foot forward means having a good website. Many companies have poorly created websites when they first open a business, but that doesn’t mean yours has to be poorly made as well (or that it has to stay poorly made should it already be created). In order to get things right the first time, these are the primary things that your new website should have:
1. User Friendliness
It’s important that people visiting your site can navigate it with ease. First make sure it’s usable by any visitors you might have. It will need easy navigation, and each page should be clearly labeled with no internal 404 errors popping up. Everything that needs to be visible should be totally visible and unhindered by any other thing on your website. Once your website is designed, make sure to test it yourself and ensure that it’s easy to use.
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