San Diego Website Design: How to Make Your Site Appealing

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<ul><li><p>San Diego Website Design: How to Make </p><p>Your Site Appealing </p><p>How long do you stay on a website? Several years ago, the estimated amount of time for a visitor to stay </p><p>on a website is 8 seconds. Within that period of time, the visitor decides if he will stay on the site or just </p><p>close it. As of now, the estimated time for a visitor to make a decision is 4 seconds. Pretty fast, right? So, </p><p>when it comes to San Diego Website Design, one of the things that should be considered is how fast the </p><p>site can grab the attention of visitors. How can you make your site appealing enough for a visitor to stay </p><p>longer than 4 seconds? </p><p>Get directly to the point. People always want to see instant results so you better give them that. The 4-</p><p>seconds time frame isnt the time for your site to load. It means that your visitors have at least 4 </p><p>seconds to see something useful and interesting in your site. While creating your site, the following </p><p>questions should be noted: </p><p> How long will it take before anything can be seen? </p><p> When opening the site, what is the first thing that can be seen? </p><p> How long does it take for texts to appear? </p><p> How long does it take for a visitor to know the real purpose of the site or what it is all about? </p><p>The graphics format to use for San Diego website design matters as well. When you were to visit a site, </p><p>you would surely want the images to load as fast as they can. Otherwise, you will end up closing the site. </p><p>To determine the right graphic format to use on your site, consider the following. </p><p> When you are planning to use a photo or a graphic having many colors, using a .JPG is a good </p><p>option. But, you have to make sure that your photo is not too large or it will slow down the </p><p>loading phase of your site. Make sure theres a balance between the file size and the image </p><p>quality of whatever graphics you are planning to use. </p><p> When you want to use a graphic having a few colors only, a .GIF format is the way to go. </p><p>Make your visitors want more. Successful San Diego Website Design isnt all about creating an appealing </p><p>website. It is also about making your visitors stay longer, browse every page of your site and bookmark it </p><p>for future reference. This seems hard, but when you make visitors want more, they will have reasons to </p><p>return to your site. How can you do this? </p><p> Offer something that is valuable like free tips, newsletter and monthly coupons. </p><p> Create quality and good marketing copy. The content of your site should be worth reading. Put </p><p>effort when creating it. The pages of your site are meant to be visited and read by people. Dont </p><p>waste their time. Offer quality content that they would surely value. </p></li><li><p> Your site should easily be navigated. When your visitors need to spend a minute just to look for </p><p>a certain page, then they might not be interested in coming back to your site again or they </p><p>might just leave immediately. </p></li></ul>