Aasimar Names is a business that helps people name their new-born Aasimar children. They make the process easy and fun for everyone involved with an Aasimar child’s naming ceremony. Recently, they’ve made 8 dumb mistakes that could tank their business if they don’t fix them soon. In this blog post, we’re going to talk about these mistakes and how you can avoid them in your own Aasimar Names business!
Doing business with a competitor too much. It’s easy to spend all day talking about your competitors’ work, but it can make people feel like you’re not confident in what you do or that they should go elsewhere for their Aasimar Names needs. You should only talk about other companies if the customer asks!
Focusing on social media posts rather than providing customers with good service. Social media is an important part of any kind of online business these days, but don’t forget who pays your bills and puts food on your table: Your customers! Make sure they have everything they need without pestering them endlessly about following you on various platforms. That way, when things are going well there won’t be anything to post about, and when they’re not.. well, there’s nothing to show for it.
Casting a wide net with your marketing instead of targeting specific customers. One mistake that many small businesses make is trying to appeal to everyone rather than honing in on their most likely customer base. This usually leads to wasted efforts by the company and missed opportunities for potential customers who might be interested in what you offer if you just knew more about them! Instead of aiming at the masses like an Aasimar Names shotgun blast, remember that people are individuals first: They have unique needs and wants which change from day-to-day or month-to-month based on life events such as moving into new apartments or getting married! Ask
What’s in a name?
A lot, it turns out. There’s nothing more personal than the name you give your child or business – and yet we all make mistakes when choosing them. Here are some of the most common naming blunders that could tank your Aasimar names business:
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Not asking for help from a professional designer In our experience, most people are intimidated by graphic design or don’t know where to start. It’s important that your site looks good because it reflects on you and how knowledgeable you are about the business. Having someone else do this is an investment well worth making.
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Picking fonts that clash with the theme You want to make sure that everything flows together nicely so visitors can find what they’re looking for without difficulty. If there are too many different styles going on at once, then users will be confused and leave.
Not using any graphics A website without visuals can be very boring, which is probably not what you want your visitors to feel! It’s important that the site looks professional so people will trust it more and keep visiting. If they don’t like what they see in terms of design then chances are, they won’t even stay long enough to read anything else on the page before browsing elsewhere.
Using a bad color scheme Again, this one is an investment worth making since it plays into how trustworthy someone might find your information or products. Choose colors that fit with each other well rather than jarringly clashing together – especially if there are multiple pages on the site where different topics are discussed (such as a blog or portfolio site).
Typography and font size When choosing fonts, it’s important to know that not all fonts will work well on the web. Some are designed for print so they’ll look pixelated when enlarged; others just don’t have enough space between letters which can be difficult to read at smaller sizes. For this reason, you might want to stick with something like Arial Rounded MT Bold (or any other variation of those) – but keep in mind that there are entire websites dedicated solely to finding out what works best for your needs! There is no one perfect answer here because preferences vary from person to person.
Choosing an inappropriate color scheme Again, this one is often overlooked yet very important when it comes to designing a website. It’s important that you pick something that matches your audience and is easy to navigate, so don’t just randomly choose colors for the sake of doing it!
Ignoring usability Your site needs to be user-friendly. This means plenty of white space, easily identifiable headings, ample links in other areas (e.g., navigation menu) – basically anything necessary for someone to find what they’re looking for and then get out as quickly as possible without getting lost or confused along the way. Essentially: make sure there are enough breadcrumbs laid down at every step of the process from start to finish! You can do this by using appropriate indentation levels and having clear call-to actions like “Read More” or “Learn More.”
Getting caught up in the design process Design is king, right? No. While it’s important to have a site that looks good and functions well, your content should always be at the forefront of your mind when creating or editing any page on your website. If you put too much time into designing before thinking about what goes live behind the scenes – then you’re setting yourself up for disaster: because if you don’t create something intentional with enough user testing (e.g., surveys) beforehand, people are going to come away from their experience feeling confused and frustrated without having clicked anything outside of what they intended! You want them clicking more pages than just one!
Not implementing a proper content management system (CMS) – Not designing for mobile devices The average person spends about two hours a day on their phone, and if they’re not running your site well or seeing the information you want them to see then it’s pointless. When Google released its Mobilegeddon update in April of 2015, this became even more important: because what got sidelined were sites that didn’t have basic functionality that made sense when viewed from a small screen! If someone can’t read anything – let alone find any useful links at all – then there is no point! And remember: 75% of people will only click one link before giving up; so don’t lose them right away with poor design choices. – Using