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5 Ways You Can Keep Your Website Updated

May 9, 2017
Matt Southam

We have spoken before about why it’s a good idea to keep your website updated. Not just does it provide visitors with a reason to visit your website again but it is great for website SEO as Google love an updated website.

We know that the main pages of your website may not change much as your services are what they are but there are lots of other ways to update you site.

Blogging

Blogging is a great way to help establish you as a leader in your field and share some industry information.

Portfolio

Why not show off some of your great work? It gives new clients an opportunity to see how good you are!

Gallery

Maybe your not great with work but still want to show off your work. Why not just update your gallery?

Testimonials

Someone else telling your potential new clients how good you are is much more powerful than you telling them so why not add testimonials. These could be text or video testimonials.

Promotions & Events

Ok, so this one may not be the easiest depending on your sector but if you are a venue or a shop then you may have different things happening each month. Why not encourage visitors to keep coming back to check for the latest offer!

How to update your website

Hopefully, this post has given you some ideas as to how you can keep your website updated. If your website is running a CMS (content management system) such as WordPress or and you have login details then it should be fairly easy. If you need help setting up your current website or require a new website design then please get in touch.

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