10 Reasons to Fire your Web Developer
I AM GOING TO PULL BACK THE CURTAINS AND REVEAL TO YOU THE TOP REASONS YOU SHOULD FIRE YOUR WEB DEVELOPER:
1. THEY HOLD YOUR WEBSITE HOSTAGE
2. THEY NEVER INSTALL GOOGLE ANALYTICS
3. YOUR WEBSITE DESIGNER/DEVELOPER IS RELATED TO YOU
4. THEY ARE NOT USING PROJECT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
5. THEY DO NOT UNDERSTAND WHO YOUR CUSTOMERS ARE AND BEST PLACE TO FIND THEM
6. DO NOT PROVIDE SCOPE OF WORK BEFORE EACH CHANGE
7. NO CONTENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
8. THEY DO NOT UNDERSTAND SEO
It is one thing to build technical or pretty sites, but does not benefit you if your customers cannot find you. You may as well be in the yellow pages. SEO is not rocket science; google is so good that its job is to provide the best search possible. Content is king, but just using proper title tags (up to 70 characters long) and providing a sitemap will ensure at least people find you when they google you. A very easy way to see how well they know SEO is to run your website through the free program www.woorank.com. This instantly spits out a report with the main facts.
9. HORRIBLE STOCK IMAGES
10. THEY TRY TO DO EVERYTHING THEMSELVES
We can not all be awesome at everything (I mean we try) but each person needs to have their own specialties. Many designers can not program. Programmers have troubles actually talking to people. SEO / Social Media people may not even know a single line of code and usually the good sales people. While copywriters usually are similar to programmers and can not speak to you unless spoken too. Choose a good team and stick with them!
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