It won’t have escaped your attention that we are living in strange times. As the coronavirus spreads around the world, a flurry of information, facts, and myths fly back and forth as people try to make sense of the crisis.
Insight, advice, news and chit chat
We’re all wondering “When will this end? When will things get back to normal?”
I know that what we do at TLD is minor compared with those directly fighting the coronavirus pandemic, especially those on the front line – healthcare heroes, grocery store workers, teachers who are running online classes, and others who keep things running while we’re at home.
I don’t like negative stuff generally, and news can stress me out and make me feel helpless. So, I tell myself “it’s not serving me to be so informed – so I should avoid the news!” And this is especially true when it comes to the latest crisis. It’s getting to me and I don’t like it!
We follow a process that guarantees you don’t end up with a website you don’t like – nor one which doesn’t make sense for their audience.
There’s no denying that refreshing your website regularly is important. Some people, however, are afraid to ask, because they feel:
Running a business is a juggling act.
At a recent Dublin based EO event we explored the 4 different “business decisions” – People, Cash, Execution and Strategy, according to Verne Harnish’s books Scaling Up and Mastering the Rockefeller Habits.
This year we redeveloped our Loyalty Club to be more proactive and more focused on output. For some of our clients who’ve been on the Loyalty Club for a while, we refer to the “old vs new” versions of the Loyalty Club.
Do you know that 38% of users will not go over a site if it is not aesthetically appealing? Sure, some poeple won’t notice these things but those who do care do pay attention to design and clarity – these are the types of people who look for quality.