In our previous post, Performing a Website Audit – Part 1, we reviewed the things to look for with your website goals, effectiveness, and design. Today we are looking at management, user-friendliness, SEO, content, and security on your website.
So let’s get started with the rest of your website audit.
Is it easy to manage these aspects of your site?
These steps along with those in the previous post, Performing a Website Audit – Part 1, are the beginning to a good audit. In part three and four, we’ll get more in-depth with your website performance and SEO to help you do a full audit and set yourself up for success.
Auditing your website is not a one-time task and can be time-consuming, but if you’re using your website to sell your products or services, it needs to perform at its best for you.
Check out our book of tips, 50 Tips To Turn Your Website Into a Sales Machine.
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