It doesn't take long for your website to become ‘busy’.
Perhaps its pages are overwhelmed by unnecessary content or the theme/design just doesn't work anymore. No matter what, a busy website is often more negative than positive and can result in less visitors or affect your own desire to create content.
How do we minimize this 'busyness'?
Prioritizing may help your business or brand get back to the core of what your company values and what you wanted to achieve with your website in the first place.
Note down what’s important and what isn’t, what you can scrap or add e.g. via content, design or widgets. Ask yourself what works and what doesn’t.
Brainstorming new ideas could also provide the revamp your website needs.
Buy or design a new theme or hire someone to do it for you. A fresh set of eyes may provide a new perspective and in turn minimize the ‘busyness’ overwhelming your website.
Planning and organizing has never not been a good thing.
Taking the time to set back and outline can take the pressure off and not overwhelm you or your business. Feeling overwhelmed will often lead to being underwhelmed as your website becomes more of a burden than enjoyment.
Is your website a bit too ‘busy’? Maybe we can help.