Before walking into a big interview, you should make sure everything is as perfect as it can be. You should have your clothes picked out the night before, make sure no animal hair has latched on to you, get up extra early to get ready and do some last-minute touch ups on your resume’. Then the big day arrives. You walk into the building, check your breath, and review your resume one last time. This meeting will dictate whether or not your get the job, so you need to make sure your “nail it”.
A client’s view of your website is just like this job interview. First impressions are everything. You put your best foot forward because within 10 seconds, your clients already know if they want to do business with you. If you would spend all this time making sure you are perfect and ready for an interview, why would you slack off when it comes to your website? Your website is meant to be a marketing tool just like your personal resume. The quality they see online is a direct reflection of the quality they expect form you as a business.
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