Taking the time to review your website before the end of the year can set you up for success next year. It’s a good idea to audit your website every quarter to make sure it’s performing well and accomplishing the goals you want it to.
Before you get started with your audit, you first need to know what you want it to do. Here’s what you need to consider as you start your audit:
Take a few days to review these items and make the necessary changes.
In our next post, we will review the various items in your website audit to review under management, user-friendliness, SEO, content, and security.
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