Jonathan Cronstedt and Neil Patel on content quality
Over the past two days, I’ve shared insight from renowned blogger Neil Patel on content and optimizing your website. Today I want to share “The 10 Key Elements of a High-Quality Website,” also by Neil.
One of my favorite things about this post is the reminder that spelling AND grammar count. Guys, we regularly blog and if we want people to actually read our posts, we have to make sure that they’re actually readable for those checking out what we have to say. I also like that Neil points out that people scan Web pages, which is why you find me using subheads so often.
I hope you enjoy Neil’s post as much as I did! I’ve added it below.
The 10 Key Elements of a High Quality Website
by NEIL PATEL on DECEMBER 12, 2014
Have you ever wondered what makes a great website? You know things like content, videos, and images are all important, but there has to be more to it, right?
For example, 79% of people scan web pages, so if you don’t know how to make your page optimally scannable, it won’t do well. And that’s just the tip of it… there are a ton of small things you need to do in order to create a high quality website.
Click here to view all 10 key elements.
I wish I could tell you that if you just picked a few of the key elements above, you’d have a great website. But the reality is, you won’t.
It’s a total package type of thing, and you need to work on all of the elements in the infographic. Sure, implementing a few of them is better than implementing none, but the goal is to make your website so great that people would want to come back and buy from you.
In what other ways can you make a website great?
I know I’ve told you before, but if Neil impresses you in writing, you should hear him speak! Luckily for you, you can at our Las Vegas conference, Revolution, at The Westin Lake Las Vegas at 101 MonteLago Boulevard in Henderson from Jan. 24-26. I hope I see you there!
Jonathan Cronstedt is the CEO of Empower Network, a leading affiliate marketing and direct sales company. Jonathan enjoys technology and traveling.
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