Website Visibility - Some Simple Tips
It really doesnt matter how extraordinary your website design is, as long as it is difficult to navigate and find the right content on your site, it is as good as the paper weight - Useless!.
Below, I have discussed some special, easy and fundamental tips to greatly enhance the general usability of a website, thus ensuring that it does what it is supposed to do - offer easy navigation to the right contents.
The first and the most basic requirement is to have a correct typography on your website. If there are large paragraphs of useless website text, visitors are going to get turned off. One way to make it usable is to ensure the use of CSS to format the text properly using spaces between lines, proper headings, use of bold fonts etc.
Normally verdana is considered to be a good font globally. The idea is to make sure that the text on the site is easily seperable from one another and that there is no strain on your eyes while you attempt to read the website contents.
We also want to make sure that it is easy for visitors to find our web contents that they want on your site in the first place. If there are thousands of links and millions of articles on your site, and for god's sake, I were looking to find an article from that big pile of contents, I would be lost on your site and would easily get to sleep, if it is not laid our properly how to reach to my article. You have to easy navigation to do that without hassle.
You shold also ensure that the website design loads fast. This is done by making sure the home page doesnt have too heavy contents like videos, audios etc. Most users will leave the website if it doesn't load completely within 15 seconds.
Finally, there is nothing more dangerous than broken links, so be careful you make every link work. You dont want your visitors to land on a page that doesnt exist.
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