Natalie Scherer

VP, Marketing

Mastering a Website Redesign: Key Aspects to Take into Consideration

What does it take to launch a successful website redesign? In this on-demand virtual event, we share the 7 most important aspects to consider for a best-in-class website. Learn from Rise experts Jean Zhang, VP of Customer Experience, and Lou Amodeo, VP of Digital Strategy, as well as the marketing leaders behind award-winning success stories at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital and American Lung Association.

Fill out this form to watch the full recording of the event and learn how these topics play an essential role in executing a successful website launch:

  • Usage of Data & Analytics: leveraging data to extract insights that drive your redesign strategy
  • Understanding Your Audiences: creating a customer-first user experience
  • Branding & Design: crafting your digital identity
  • SEO: optimizing your website to drive more traffic
  • Measurement: building the right infrastructure to analyze performance
  • Technology: future-proofing your technology investment
  • Collaboration: managing the process internally and externally

Reach out to Rise to talk with our Customer Experience experts about driving better results from your brand’s website.

06/18/2020 at 03:13

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