Nothing deters internet searchers more than a sloppy, disorganized website. Your landing page is literally your welcome sign to the virtual world, and if it is a shamble of information overload, most visitor will likely pass it over in search of more concise, easy to read sites. In order to create a homepage that is inviting and visually appealing, as well as informative, can be a daunting task, but if managed correctly, can do wonders for your online presence. Here are a few tips in creating a homepage that says everything you need it to, without out overwhelming your audience.
The Whipp Blog
The Internet has provided us with many things. As I sit here writing this I am entertained with web-streamed music, auto-updated messages flowing into my inbox from places near and far, and an array of different Internet web pages opened. Nine to be exact; each of them feeding me a different voice, a different thought and, more likely than not, a different opinion.
What is the real goal of a website? To have a voice? To spread a message? To get found? Whatever your goal is, the basic rules of content remain the same. As of 2012 more than 78% of people in the US are Internet users. And in an age where more people in the world have access to cell phones than toilets and where two thirds of people sleep with their cell phones it is likely that your online presence actually means more than your physical presence.
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