The year is 2015 and perhaps your website was only built 3 years ago. So how could it possibly be outdated? According to some sources, the shelf life of a website is 3 years, and that has never been more true than now.
With many more people using phones and tablets to surf the web, it is imperative that your website keeps up. Having a website that can be viewed properly on a mobile phone is called having a “responsive site”. As a matter of fact, if you don’t have one, it is likely that Google will penalize you for it.
For many of you out there, this all may seem strange, because your website is still chugging along as a ripe age of 6 years old. If this is you, then it is definitely time for a redo! It is possible the the days of your website are numbered due to server security and programming language technology upgrades which could potentially render much of your website broken.
If you are looking to build a new website, or re-design an existing website, please feel free to contact us for a quote and some recommendations!