Forgetting Something?

Hattiesburg-Laurel area web design


We hope it’s not your website! With years of experience in local Hattiesburg-Laurel area web design, we have found a very common misconception. Many of the businesses we work with believe that once a website is established, you can forget about it.

It will do its job, right? Wrong.
A neglected website is sure to become outdated and steadily disappear from major search engines.

Your website should be thoughtfully adjusted to meet the ongoing needs of the people within your target market. The success of your website and your business depends on relevancy and revisions.

The key to maintaining your website is to be sure that it is consistently meeting the needs of your visitors and surpassing your competitors.

Here are some easy ways that you can begin keeping up with your site:

1. Create Smart Content
Smart content is information that is easily accessible and useful for your visitors. Refrain from any generalized messages and share the latest news and information that is related and helpful to your target audience.

2. Be Consistent
Your website should be presented consistently in design and tone. Stick with one specific layout and always hold consistency in the language of your writing. Avoid obscure text and continually reinforce the most important messages you want to get across.

3. Practice Social Sharing
Social sharing is all about driving traffic back to your website. Keep your social media posts short, sweet, and to the point, but remain relevant to your expertise. Be sure to stay interactive and communicate with your consumers.

4. Keep a Close Eye on your Competitors
Regularly check out your competitors’ sites to stay ahead of the game. See how they are sharing content and interacting and engaging with their visitors so that you can stay a step ahead.


Message from a happy client:

Thanks Bo and team for a GREAT job on the SCRMC site. We love all the new features this site provides to our visitors.

Becky Collins, Director of Communication, South Central Regional Medical Center