Which GOT Character Does Your Website Represent?
Sensational, spectacular, and running successfully for seven seasons now, Game of Thrones, needless to say, is one of the popular series of our time. From spell-bounding sets and stunning star cast and plot and interesting twists, it has the right combination of everything that makes it addictive. Each of its characters has their own traits, and their personalities have been widely analyzed. In fact, there are interesting quizzes that you can take to identify which character that closely depicts you.
What if your websites have unique traits of your favorite GoT character? Interesting, isn’t it? We are not experts in human psychology, but we are good at website analysis. Find out which GoT character your website represents:
Smart, strategic but an underdog. If your website is built strategically with all essential components right in place, but falls short somewhere and not yielding desirable results, then Tyrion it is! Wondering what would’ve gone wrong?
Not Tyrion ? Wait for more…
Has your website have seen a redemption in recent years that has made it from being unpopular to slightly popular? Jaime is what your website represents. Your loyalty lies with one marketing channel/strategy that may make your site visible, but exploring other options will take your website to a whole-new level.
Not Jamie ? May be Bran …
Bran Stark:Your website is Bran, the three-eyed raven, if it has traits of a visionary. Futuristic and creative, your website is envisioned and built keeping the changing trends in mind to offer consistent performance. The website is strong technically, but too much focus on technical aspect might impact user experience
Not the raven ? May be Arya …
Arya Stark:Your website is relative new and built with skills and killer instinct that has made a striking impact among the target group, then it’s formidable Arya. Your website is a threat even to those well-established and keeps competitors on the edge. The only disadvantage being it focuses more on mission rather than long-term strategy. Not Arya too ? May be it’s the intelligent Samwell …
Intelligent, nerdy but old-fashioned, the Samwell Tarly-type websites are knowledge repository and provide all information for customers. Textbooky in style, what is lacks is modernism that might make it slightly unpopular among young audience.
No Samwell ? the lethal Cersei then …
If lethal strategies and keeping the competitors on toes are what your website strategy is all about, then its represent Cersei doubtlessly. Your website will have all necessity elements to have a competitive edge. Thriving the competition being the core motive, at times, it may fail to see the big picture
Not the Cersei ? Effective Jon ?
Jon Snow:Unconventional, down-to-earth and popular, Jon Snow is the man of show. Your website represents Jon if it’s unique, simple, yet popular among target group
Not Jon either ? you are a dragon then …
To be the mother of the dragons, your website needs to be technically good and strategically sound. It is so Khaleesi-like, if it has all resources in place at disposal and focus solely on a mission.
Whether your website represents Jon, Jaime or combination of two or more, just like the characters, it will have its pros and cons. If you want to know where your website stands, what are its pitfalls, whether your promotion strategy is reaping benefits or clarify any other uncertainty, we are your Lord Varys. We offer the right advice to address the right problem. Get Started !
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