Seven important things to consider when designing your website


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When you create your website, its beneficial to write unused content, high quality content which relevant to your organization and product. Use your keyword in your content is good for your site’s ranking in search engine result. Keyword research can provide topic ideas and will help the customers quickly locate the content they want. Want to increase the viewers in your website then make sure each page content not less than 300 words and also include links to credible resource. More than providing information, the content published on your site should be written to echo your brand’s unique voice. Before publishing, use a tool like Copyscape to ensure that it passes duplication standards. Because if you are using duplicate content then Google may be remove your website from search engine.


A good /unique domain name is reflecting your organization’s image, but don’t choose the messy name or jumble mess of letters and symbols. It should be stay in peoples mind and simple to enter. Finding the right name for your brand is crucial, because incorporating a combination of SEO, simple spelling, and brand identity into the domain name leads to a higher chance of being located in search engine results. And another main point to the Domain age. If you purchase an older domain name then it will come with major SEO Benefits. In fact older domain name have pre-existing  traffic, that will help you a lot.


A good website always needs a change. Make changes according to viewers review or add some new stuff to connect more and more new viewers. Don’t do this, make a website and forget, it is a successful ongoing process.


While making website make sure it should be mobile friendly. In a resent Google survey found that 72 percent of mobile user say , it’s important to them that website are mobile friendly, yet 96 per cent have visited a site that doesn’t work well on their device. So a lot of customer that was your client could be missing out of it.


If a site goes down during a sale, or if customers cannot order the product they want at the price they demand, it can have a huge impact on the bottom line. Consumers are not forgiving, and one slip up is all that is required for a loss of business. A solid backend infrastructure is something that small businesses often consider as an afterthought – but it can be disastrous should the website fail to load at a business critical moment. Your web development will be easy if you take care f this point.


A SITEMAP is very use full for visitors and search engines with the information to easily navigate your website and your content. And keep your site up-to-date or revise the site map as new web pages are added. Google webmaster tool will help you to do this.


Assimilation with social media is a requirement for a Website.  As technology makes information sharing more convenient, businesses lacking social media assimilation fail to take advantage of what has been likened to modern day word-of-mouth advertising. Social media provides a venue in which customers can promote your brand, provide reviews, and stay in-the-know about your company’s latest news. Written and visual content, including product images and branded video, are easily distributed on platforms like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and LinkedIn with the addition of social sharing buttons on your website.

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Seven Common Causes of a Slow Website


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Too slow loading

1. Large image size (Un-optimized image)

 If you are using large image size (un-optimized images), they use a lot of space to make your server heavier, and then your site takes longer time to load. But don’t worry tools like WP Smuch and EWWW image optimizer (for WordPress users) can reduce the image size without losing the pixel quality of your picture. If your image size is approx. 100 KB, then it will quickly open. It’s good if you use “CSS based icons” instead of images, as icons are generally smaller in size.

2. Inefficient code

Inefficient code can create roadblocks for your site. Many CSS coders may include white space in order to make pages more readable.To solve this problem you can eliminated the white space while still maintaining readability. Give some thought to removing line breaks and excess spacing as this can do wonders for condensing your code, shrinking file sizes, and maximizing speed. Your website designing and development codes must be minimized.

3. Fancy flash

Fancy flash can slow down your website. Fancy Flash is very heavy and bulky. It is not always fun. Fancy flash is not compatible for mobile device, meaning that a large chunk of your audience won’t even be able to access it. So, next be aware to use flash, you’re slowing down your site for minimal benefit.

4. Nested tables

The popularity of tables has decreased due to responsive design, but if you are using them, especially nested tables, some browsers have trouble loading them efficiently. Here’s a tip: if you can’t figure out where a nested table starts and ends, the code needs to be rewritten and simplified.

5. JQuery & JavaScript

JQuery & JavaScript must be loaded, interpreted and executed on the user’s computer, which slow down the speed and memory from their system. Then, you should try to minimize/optimize this code as much as possible.

6. Excessive usage of social media scripts

If there are too many social media scripts on your website, then it can kill your website’s performance. Although those sharing options at the end of your each post allows your user to easily share your posts but it’s not good to load all the sharing options at each and every single page (e.g. at the contact page) as they add a lot of load to your website.

7. Bad server configuration

If you have a hosting plan in which features like compression and HTTP Keep-Alive are disabled by your vendor to run multiple sites on a single server, then it can be one of the main reasons of reduced loading time of website.

To overcome the problem of slow loading. The first feature – No need to open a new connection and every request, like HTTP request with the same TCP connection.

The second feature – compression, reduces the size of your files when sending them from your server to the browser. As a result, your files are transferred with much improved speed. Thus, it’s essential to check that your provider enables these features in the hosting plan you buy.