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Review Your Website

28 April 2013

At last we can remove our woolly hats and swap wellies for flipflops…it’s Spring!

And I realise it’s actually almost the Summer, but who’s counting? The weather is doing it’s best to play tunes with our notions of ‘seasons’ and confound the birds trying to build nests in the hedgerows.

With a Spring bounce in my step I have been updating with new front page information, new navigation and my fab new TVAL product.

TVAL = The Added Value Leader and is a course that has just run in London. It blends leadership skills with lean process improvement thinking with communication tools to make a great value adding package. A unique course and well worth considering for your teams and leaders.

My point here though is that a friend recently nudged my thinking when they asked how often I updated my website?

I realised that I hadn’t touched it for over 4 months and that it could do with a dust and polish!

So, when was the last time you updated your website? These things are meant to be living vibrant tools to help us and require constant care and attention.

Take a good look at your home page and ask yourself if it reflects you and your products today?

Does it have a fresh Spring feel to it yet?

Hurry! Summer isn’t far away!


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