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Old 06-15-2017, 12:38 PM   #1
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Were in the process of re-designing our website and would love to get some feedback from others who are in the biz.

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Looks like a nice improvement visually! When you're done I always like to run it through this: https://testmysite.thinkwithgoogle.com/

Looking forward to seeing the finished product.

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I still see the old site at that link

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It looks like a big upgrade, but does the new site use a slider? I wanted on on our site until the designer talked me out of it. https://yoast.com/opinion-on-sliders/
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It looks like a big upgrade, but does the new site use a slider? I wanted on on our site until the designer talked me out of it. https://yoast.com/opinion-on-sliders/
I agree, various results show sliders are a no go.
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It looks like a big upgrade, but does the new site use a slider? I wanted on on our site until the designer talked me out of it. https://yoast.com/opinion-on-sliders/
Maybe the service providers who more then likely have split tested this can chime in on their data....
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The link still goes to the old site for me (unless I am doing something wrong) but the new image looks 1000 times better than the old site. What I will suggest is having a CTA straight off the bat. We've seen this make a massive difference.

You definitely want to stay away from a slider is possible. The fact that there's a lot of conversation about it means it's just better to not have one. Play safe.

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