Last week I finally launched my newly redesigned Animal Reiki Source website (yay!). I’ve wanted to do this for years, but I kept putting it off for some very real reasons: because I thought I didn’t have the time (I didn’t), because I wasn’t tech-savvy at all (confession: I’m still not), and because I thought it would cost me a fortune (it wasn’t exactly cheap, but I was able to find experts to work within my budget).
Before this redesign came to be, I made small updates here and there over the years. But as time wore on, something kept bothering me in the back of my mind: My site, which launched way back before smartphones became ubiquitous, was seriously showing its age. And I began to wonder if my “vintage” website (to put it nicely) might actually be getting in the way of my work connecting people and animals with Reiki.
I decided I couldn’t wait any longer. So one day I rolled up my sleeves and decided to make this makeover happen, with immeasurable help from my webmaster (and Reiki friend) Linda Patrick. The process was a long one (and I’ll spare you the boring details of the project), but I do want to save you some time and share with you three super important features I learned every website needs to compete today. The good news is you don’t necessarily have to redesign your entire Reiki website—just make sure the following three features are incorporated within …