I always tell entrepreneurs to get a website as quickly as possible, even if it’s very basic DIY option. Yet I also know, at some point to make that growth into 7-figures and beyond to 10-figures, you need something that properly reflects the professionalism of your brand.
Even until then, fixing some of these most common DIY website mistakes can mean a better experience for your prospects and customers, help them retain your information, and while increasing the “prettiness” of your website design doesn’t directly relate to more sales, making these errors can mean fewer sales because your site will be less user-friendly.
Here are 16 of the most common design mistakes I see most often on DIY websites.
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