Basic ways to evaluate website visitors’ experience

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Basic ways to evaluate website visitors’ experience

Long, text-heavy, vertical paragraphs with continuous text
I really need to be in the article, or I really need to select information to post online in large chunks of uninterrupted text. You ask me if I should endure torture when I buy a product or service. Additionally, reading text on the internet is more difficult than other media such as books. Additionally, web users are known to be impatient, so make sure your content is easy to read and not overwhelming. Use headings, subheadings, subparagraphs, bullets, and numbers.

No visible way to contact the company
If you only send emails on your website, your legitimacy may be questioned. Why don’t you answer the phone? Why hide behind anonymous cold emails? Make it easy for your existing customers to contact you.

Unchanged or out of date
I digress when I start reading content on a website and quickly realize that the content was written three years ago. Since there is so much information available, I believe that similar information should be up to date on the internet. If you keep your content updated, your website will attract returning visitors. And returning visitors are more likely to become customers.
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Long Pages
It’s surprising that this is still an issue. When I click on a website and have to wait for it to appear in my browser, I start sweating, grinding my teeth, tapping my toes, rolling my eyes, and before long I want to throw my computer out my office window. Frankly, I’m a little impatient, but I know there are other sites that can download the same information quickly, so why wait? I am going.