Failing to plan is planning to fail ~ Allen Lakein
Have you ever gone on a vacation without a plan? My guess is no!
When we go on vacation we have a plan in place. In fact, every little detail is planned from how you’re going to get there to what you’re going to eat. Each day of your vacation is meticulously planned so you have the best time and make the most of the vacation
Most of us enjoy planning vacations but planning something for our business are the ones we dread. Which is ironic because when you think about it the more you plan the more smoothly your business runs the more money comes in resulting in the a better vacation you can take. Well that and, plans to save you time, money and most of all stress.
I should know, I was once the person that would jump into any project with a blindfold on, hoping to work it out in the end. I soon realized the benefits of proper planning and am now an advocate of the belief of planning everything.
Now, don’t worry, every plan doesn’t have to be a 200-page document stating every little detail of every little process. It can simply be a single page with a trajectory moving you forward to where your business is to where you want it to go. And, this goes for every part of your business, including your website.
When it comes to websites, surprisingly, most small businesses go into it blindfolded without a plan. Even worse they build their website themselves without a plan.
Don’t worry, I’m here to help and guide you through the process of planning your business website with the following infographic that’ll give you some points to think about.
Having a plan in place will save you a ton of headaches in the long run. Not only will you get the job done quicker, you’ll most likely only have to do it once. In the end, it will save you money giving you the time to get to other tasks in your business.
What do you think?
Let me know in the comments on whether you save time to plan your website? Here’s a link to my portfolio to give you an inspiration for your website.