Time for a website health-check?
Our website health check uncovers all the hidden problems that cause your site to fall below your competitors in search engine rankings. We look for issues such as responsive web pages, site speed and proper use of metadata – information search engines need to understand what your website is about.
Once we’ve identified these issues, we can set about fixing them by repairing broken links, making sure the copy on your page contains the necessary keywords your potential clients will use to search for you. We may even recommend a site revamp if your current one is really out of date.
Many businesses understand the importance of having a website but fail to grasp why it is so important to ensure the site is working hard for their business.
For a website to be worth the investment it needs to be aligned with the objectives of the business and help meet those objectives. If the business objective is to grow the customer base, then the site should help fulfill that task. If on the other hand, the business needs to increase its sales the site should meet that primary purpose.
If you want your website to meet your business objectives, four main criteria need to be met:
- User experience
If you want to know how well your site is performing and what you can do to fix it, we can offer you a website health check, identifying the basic things that need to be addressed and providing helpful recommendations.
To take advantage of this, please fill in the form below.
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