This is the time of year to make plans; freshen up your website, reach more people; try to do things more efficiently.

Here are some ideas to that might get you thinking:

  • Re-develop your site work on mobile devices such smart phones and tablets.
  • Create an App version of your website or design an App to market your services?
  • Integrate your newsletter marketing with your site; grow your mailing list and/or find an easier way to send your newsletters out.
  • Get found online by more people; invest in search engine optimisation (SEO) and online marketing.
  • Finally master social media – or get something else to do it for you; Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Snapchat…. Social media is here to stay.
  • Refresh your brand; get a attractive new logo, tweak your colours for the 21st century.
  • Commission an accessibility audit of your site; so you can reach more people. you will feel good (and/or smug) because your site is compliant with accessibility standards and doesn’t discriminate against anyone in your audience.
  • Change to a new content management system; one that’s easier to use.
  • Put your membership management online.
  • Provide an online training course.
  • Make better use of video, audio, blogs, pod-casting.
  • Add an accessibility toolbar to your site.
  • Find out who is visiting your website and what they are looking at.
  • Make sure everything is backed up; so you can stop worrying that it will all disappear suddenly.

Contact us today to chat about any of the above

Or phone to talk over your ideas: 07810 098 119.

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