Everyone wants to stay relevant in this day and age. Everyone wants to be heard and respected, whether they are a business or an individual. Yet businesses still have different details that only cause them to lose their sales, but also effect on their brand value. These are just some of the 10 items corporations should not do online: The crowd travels so quickly that it may seem like one year behind a week or so maybe 10.
1) Content that does not add value:
We often see businesses uploading meaningless products, mainly related to an ad, online. As a consequence, the material becomes less important to the customer and he or she chooses to skip a website. We get it, but too much really only annoys people. It needs advertising revenue.
2) All Websites want to know your location:
How to navigate websites and obscure blogs; almost any website appears to want to learn where you are. It’s like a stranger asking your number as you walk unexpectedly on the lane.
3) Non-mobile friendly websites:
Not all user-friendly websites should be browsed first. Particularly when near to 85% of Americans have mobile phones.
4) Random video ads playing when the screen loads:
If we do play a youtube video, we also interrupt your viewers with this function because it distracts a person from the material they read.
5) Having topics,content,videos not relevant the page:
You often see a video or a subject under a banner, but only for learning the video is about the person in the article, but it does not apply to the actual item or website.
6) Emails That Are Not Mobile Friendly:
Everything should be mobile-friendly, from customer service to marketing messages to the telephone loading list. By being difficult to read your text, you are disappointing a lot of your customers.
7) Making a Twitter account and not using it:
Most businesses do not use this extremely important social networking platform to get your message across the public. You will remain constantly in contact, otherwise you’ll quickly be obsolete.
8) Not Having a Google Plus Business page:
Google Plus sites are misleading with big brick and mortar businesses. Many organizations have taken the time for a Google Plus account but for unexplained purposes have opted not to fix the incorrect information and include relevant photos.
9) Creating Unnecessary Mobile Applications:
If your customer base doesn’t need to provide regular access to your product or service, you won’t need a mobile app.
10) Hiding Your Contact Information :
imagine I meet someone at a networking event and asked him about my company. I’m interested in you but I forget to give him my business card. Would you think it’s really important that you call or trust you after that.