Why Rebuild a Website?
Image and Perception
Why would anyone need a website redesign? We hear great tales about older generation websites every day and how they ‘work just fine’. With most companies, image plays a major role in both marketing and sales. Relying on outdated, non mobile-friendly websites can literally lead to daily loss of new prospective clients. The days of ‘This is who we are, this is what we do’ solutions are over. Websites are a living, breathing, integral piece to any company regardless of the industry. Now people and prospects pay due diligence by first looking at a company’s website. Is it old? Is it embarrassing? Even if it looks passable to the eye, what is going on behind the scenes? What language is it written in, and who actually owns it? While older websites may be familiar or even properly branded on the outside, it’s important to take a close look at what’s under the hood.
Time for a website redesign? Maybe.
Let’s look at the 2015-2017 construction of Suntrust Park. Why does Atlanta need a new baseball stadium? Turner field was completed in 1996 and it appears to be in good shape, or at least on the surface. Very few people see what’s really going on unless they look hard enough. While the paint may not be faded or chipping, the seats are crumbling, the septic lines are backing up, the city won’t help, capacity is beyond the demand, and most importantly the team doesn’t own it!
So regardless of if a website looks great or passable, it might be time to start paying attention to it again. A website redesign can help an organization consistently bring in viewers, create lasting impressions and most importantly build new business.
We are Gamma Ray Media and we can help.