The first thing you need to know is that I am a person. I have my own set of goals, needs, and desires. The second thing you need to know is that when people visit your website or blog they are looking for something specific. They want help with their problem or they are trying to find information about a topic they are interested in and the third thing you need to know is that it doesn’t matter how many visitors come into contact with your site if none of them convert into customers then everything else has been wasted time.”
“What do people want?”
“This is the question I find myself asking all of the time. What do people want? It’s not an easy question to answer and yet it has so many facets that sometimes we forget there are others who need help answering this same question.”
“What People Really Want from Your Website: “
help with their problem, or
I am looking for information about a topic, or
The third thing you need to know is that it doesn’t matter how many visitors come into contact with your site if none of them convert into customers then everything else has been wasted time.”
“What people want is straightforward.”
First, they need to know what the situation or problem is that they are trying to figure out. Second, they need some information about that particular topic – so Google has gone from being just a search engine to also being an informational database where anything you could ever possibly be interested in is available at your fingertips.”
It doesn’t matter how many visitors come into contact with your site if none of them convert into customers then everything else has been wasted time.”
This means it’s up to us as webmasters and marketers for our sites (or companies)
to make sure we’re providing not only quality content but enough variety of topics and ways of presenting those topics that the customer can find what they’re looking for.
The web browser is becoming more of a personal assistant.”
This means that it’s not just about creating an attractive site, but also providing relevant content to your visitors based on their preferences and personalized data stored by search engines like Google.
“We’ve always been driven by our core mission ‘to organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful.”
So if you are trying to decide whether or not you want your business online then think of this quote as something worth considering because with its new updates websites will only be given one chance before being removed from search results pages entirely.
If I was going out of business, I would put my website online.”
This quote is something to consider because it’s been said that an updated and appealing site can keep people looking for more information on your company even if they don’t want to purchase anything now.
As a designer in the digital age you have so many tools at your disposal”
These days there are so many different ways we could start designing our web pages but with these new updates from Google it will be important to make sure everything is done correctly or else risk losing any potential customers who might find out about us later down the road.
The world of technology has changed dramatically over the past decade as this infographic shows:
The Web Browser Is Becoming More Of A Platform
Designers are now tasked with creating experiences that work across all the different products Google has to offer.