Once you have goals for the year figured out, it’s time to evaluate your present website design (or a new theme if you are thinking about buying one). What you’re searching for depends on business and what goals actually are, but there are obvious ways to ensure that the WordPress theme on the site supports you.
Content Areas that are Available
When you think about the goals (both small and big supporting goals), you ensure that there are multiple places around the site that you put the content into in order to to help you hit such goals. Much of the time it is widget areas – so think about things such as Sidebar and Footer. These are obvious, and many themes are having both of them.
However, some free WordPress themes go a step further and provide you additional places for adding things like calls-to-action or opt-in forms. For example, in screenshot below you see that in it there’s a banner option built in. This means if you launch something new for audience, you could add call-to-action for people in order to click over and check.
Simplify Things on Website
Last and not least irrespective of whether you try to make the existing site work better or you look for a new free WordPress themes, the easiest way to support the goals better simplification of what you have on website.
This is important to point out because I see people try to show off more than possible on their website. Just because there is content area in a bunch of cool places doesn’t mean it is right for to use them.
Instead of packing much content and linking in around the site, think regarding things you like and not like on the websites you visited in the past. Keep things in mind when you set up own website for audience.
So before sitting down and creating plan of action for the other part of the year, look at website to ensure it is helping rather than hurting you along the way.
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