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bad website design example[dropcap2]A[/dropcap2]website today is becoming the standard for representation of any business.  It is the first impression people receive when they are interested in buying a product or using services.  A website landing page can many times be the difference between gaining a new customer or within seconds, losing a potential customer.  When I say seconds, I mean that is how long, by research with Google Analytics,  a potential customer will stay on a site that looks unprofessional.  This is called the average “bounce” rate of a site.  It is much easier now days to browse on a computer than drive to locations looking for a product or service.  That said,  it is also very easy to click the back-page button with an undesirable site.  Unfortunately, a particular business may be a better choice, but with a poorly designed and maintained website, many customers may be driving to the competitor with the more professional looking site.  I see poorly designed sites all over the web and much of the reason for this is businesses saving money on possibly doing the site themselves or paying an inexperienced designer small money to do an inferior site.  Site design can be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be.

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Good website design exampleWe can take your already designed site and remodel it to look professional and clean lowering your bounce rate and keeping your customers. Your site will have clean code and will do much better with search engines. Keep your photos and the main purpose of your site, but make it look great!

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Jason Houston
Jason Houston
Jason Houston is a web developer at Complete Web based on the island of Nantucket Massachusetts. He actively monitors the status and health of over 20 accounts to maintain position in search and to ensure each business is doing everything possible to increase revenue. Feel free to ask Jason a question at: