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There are millions of online businesses on the World Wide Web and many of them simply don’t pay attention to the minute details which can amount to a big problem in the end.
Once in a while is perfectly fine, having an occasional spelling or grammatical error. We are only human after all and as humans we do make mistakes. People can respect that.
We might as well do it for them if they are going to skim it. When you can present information in a digestible and easy form and just include all the juicy or important bits, people are going to love you for it.
Out there on the vast World-Wide-Web, your business website or blog represents your business, your brand, and it also represents the person behind it, which is you. Your website is the face of your reputation, brand and business.
When your website is filled with constant grammatical and spelling errors, it’s going to show that you don’t really care much about your business. And when customers perceive that you don’t care about your business, they are going to think that you will not care much about them.
Never ever directly copy contents from another site and go pasting it on yours. If you want to quote a certain article or text, do it the proper way. Don’t just copy any content and have the audacity to call it your own.
Encyclopedia? No thanks:
Another type of copying activity that is even worse than the one mentioned above is one where you have multiple copies of the same contents spread out through different areas of your website. Many people do this because they want to “fatten-up” up their site. They do this by using multiple copies of the same contents over and over again throughout the site.
Reputation is nearly everything when it comes to businesses, and your website can either make or break your reputation. You have the power to control which path your website takes.
People are busy, but they love convenience. They are looking thirsting for knowledge, but at the same time they want a quick fix or a shortcut to learn it. They only want to cut and know the important stuff out the fluff.
Your website is the middle person whom you use to convey whatever it is you want to convey to your fellow visitors or readers. You have total control and creative freedom on how you design your site and thus affect how people view your business, brand and you.
This kind of duplicate content is very frowned upon by the search engines, and you definitely will get penalized as search engines will eventually find out. If they browse through such a site, I don’t even want to know what your visitors are thinking.
You want to deliver valuable information to your fellow readers. You are definitely going scare visitors away if every single part of your website looks longer than a page from Wikipedia.
Then stop at only the parts which they find interesting, if there is simply too much information they will eventually skim on it and.
Cast A Spell (Check):
You should not make the same mistake as you always are on the lookout for even the minute of errors or mistakes because your reputation and the reputation of your online business are at stake here. A website can tell a lot about the person behind the business and brand.
Making the same mistakes on nearly every single line of text or to the point people can’t make sense of what you are trying to say anymore, then that is definitely negligence.
That is what people seek, and that is enough reason for them to keep flocking back to your site. It may require some effort on your part, but that is part of the process of delivering value to your fellow readers.
Here’s what you can do to start improving your website (even starting today):.
With the ease of use and availability of spell-checking tools now, it’s simply no excuse to keep making spelling errors anymore. For many people, spelling errors are a pet peeve for them.
With such control and the freedom to choose how we want to convey ourselves and our business to the world, the power of choice unfortunately includes the power to make the wrong ones.
Nobody is going to be interested in doing business with you when that happens.
Sure, you’re not breaking any laws, but many people will be turned off by it and this reason is enough for them to stop coming back to your website.
Hey! Over Here!!!!
Wasn’t that distracting?
You can always get more ideas on which areas of your website could be improved from none other than … your visitors.
The act of tweaking your website can be a never-ending task but if you think certain areas of your website can be improved, then by all means go for it. Any improvement, no matter how small or how insignificant it can be, is still an improvement and it can certainly add up in the end.
Never ever directly copy contents from another site and go pasting it on yours. Another type of copying activity that is even worse than the one mentioned above is one where you have multiple copies of the same contents spread out through different areas of your website. Many people do this because they want to “fatten-up” up their site. As there are so many things going on, it will look like a mess, and it will only leave your visitors confused.
You can always get more ideas on which areas of your website could be improved from none other than … your visitors. Sometimes they can have great ideas and suggestions which we can never think of alone. When you do implement the changes based on their suggestions, it will be for the benefit of the visitors plus, your visitors will also feel that you really care because you showed that you listened.
When it comes to creative design, the choice of colors must match the overall theme or the “feel” of your site. Let your site’s theme define the choices of color choice and not the other way round.
Many people bold or highlight unnecessary words or objects. As there are so many things going on, it will look like a mess, and it will only leave your visitors confused.