Web Task Management

Okay. It’s now time for you to get started on a task. It could be anything from updating website content, editing images on Photoshop, or even building a site from scratch for a client. Whatever it is, don’t let yourself feel overwhelmed.

You should have a base to start with and then work from there.

Focus on single tasks at a time. Avoid multitasking.

This goes for anything you do. Not just web designing. Complete all your tasks one-by-one in a systematic approach. Once you have completed one, you can tackle the next. And always finish the “important stuff” first before working on the fancy designs. Cool-looking images, flash movies, or any other non-content related gibberish comes second. The core markup (text, links, site navigation, organization, etc.) comes first. But remember that too much emphasis on the fancy-schmancy stuff can drive visitors away.

Additionally, all your completed tasks should work towards increasing visitor traffic.

Zach Katkin
Zach Katkin
Zach Katkin is the co-founder & CEO of Atilus. He is a Certified Google Professional, author, and lover of technology. He helps Atilus stay out ahead of online marketing trends and loves driving results for Atilus' clients.

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  • google adwords
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    Excellent blog right here! Additionally your site a lot up very fast! What web host are you the use of? Can I get your affiliate link to your host? I wish my website loaded up as quickly as yours lol

  • Zach K.
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    Thanks for stopping by John. I couldn’t agree more with the article or the comments. I believe it is called chunking (avoiding multi-tasking). To those uninitiated, or those on the peripheral it can seem problematic, but in the end concentrating on one specific task allows you to be more productive.

    I have also heard to “power hours” where you have a set number of goals for a day and work through your tasks in a set of hours. Each complete hour is spent doing nothing but the task(s) at hand.

  • John
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    Good word on avoiding the multitasking. It just leaves you frazzled at the end of the day.

  • Scott Clark
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    Excellent. Concise, informative and inspiring… welcome to the team Andrew!

  • Zach K.
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    Great quick article. I agree that staying on task and not multi-tasking is they key to completing things in an efficient manner.
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