What Should I Do After My New Website is Launched?
As a website development firm, we know a thing or two about launch day and what ensues at go-live. Read on for a few tactics you can employ post website launch. This will help you get the most out of your new site. The first thing you should do after getting your website launched is to give yourself a nice pat on the back. Building a new website isn’t for the faint of heart, although it’s so necessary in order to keep up with the ever-changing web trends. So, kudos to you for taking on the project. The second thing you should do is shower all the thanks on your website development firm. If you’ve hired the right agency to handle the strategy, design, and development of your website, then you can rest assured that they have put their blood, sweat, and yes, maybe a few tears into making this all come together for you. At Nice Branding Agency, we’ve launched tons and tons of websites, so, luckily, we don’t find ourselves shedding many tears over builds these days. We have a process in place that’s proven to work seamlessly for both our team and our client. So, when we build your site, the experience is a smooth one, nine times out of 10. There’s always one tricky project that keeps us on our toes. But, for the most part, all’s well that ends well. Just to give you a little insight into how we do what we do, the process our website development firm relies on includes four stages. We start with wireframes, and then move on to website design, and website development. We then stage the site online so you can review how it will react once live. Taking a modular approach to the process allows us to ensure that we’re in line with your expectations at every step of the way. When you’ve signed off on the staged site, we hit the magic button (just kidding, it’s a little more complex than that) and take your site live on the world wide web. We then pop a bottle and sit back to admire the beauty that is a website designed by the Nice Girls. Now, what should you, as the owner of the shiny new website, do? Glad you asked. There are some measures you should consider taking now that the search engines are crawling.