The 100 Best Ways To Screw Up Your Business Website

The 100 Best Ways To Screw Up Your Business Website

Wait, you HAVE a website for your business, right?!

For businesses of all sizes and stripes an online presence is a powerful marketing tool, but simply tacking a site on to your otherwise bullet-proof biz plan isn’t all there is to it.

Our roundup of small business bloggers tackle the best ways to screw up your business by screwing up your website.


Carol Lynn Rivera of Web Search Social
How To Totally Tank Your Brand Without Ever Leaving Your Website
@CarolLynnRivera
facebook.com/WebSearchSocial

Sandy McDonald of Why You Must Blog
Seven Costly Business Blogging Mistakes
@theclanmaker
facebook.com/whyyoumustblog

Sharon Hurley Hall
Promoting Your Website? How to Screw Up Your Guest Posting Campaign
@SHurleyHall
facebook.com/SharonHurleyHall

Melanie Kissell of Solo Mompreneur
Here’s The Thing About Personal Drama And Trauma On Your Business Blog
@melaniekissell
facebook.com/SoloMompreneur

Molly McCowan of Inkbot Editing
When Websites Go Wrong: 5 Common Web Writing Mistakes
@InkbotEditor
facebook.com/InkbotEditing

Ashley Welton of Miniskirt Ninja
News Flash: Your About Page Isn’t About You
@miniskirtninja
facebook.com/miniskirtninja

Nick Armstrong of WTF Marketing
Problems With Your Website? It’s Probably You. Featuring the: Not All Villains Twirl Mustaches PSA.
@WTFMarketing
facebook.com/WTFMarketing

Nicole Fende of The Numbers Whisperer
Don’t Fall Victim to the Serial Profit Killer! Here are the rules…
@NicoleAFende
facebook.com/SmallBizFinance

Téa Silvestre of Word Chef
Revamp vs. Rebrand? 10 Considerations for Your Business Website
@teasilvestre
facebook.com/mywordchef

Photo: Courtesy of Marnie Weber and Praz-Delavallade Gallery, Paris

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