A healthy website is essential for online success

Do you know how well your website is performing, and do you know if it’s reaching its full potential?

In many cases, websites can appear to be functioning well and achieving steady traffic but they may not be bringing you the right kind of visits, the volume of traffic and conversions your business deserves or reaching your target audience in the first instance.

You may have dropped in search results or perhaps you know your website needs a little attention or a complete re-launch, but you’re not too sure where to start.

That’s where our website audit comes in.

A website and SEO performance audit is a comprehensive, detailed and systematic review of the performance, capabilities and drawbacks of your website. It can bring benefits to websites of all shapes and sizes: e-commerce, local, national, and international – the list goes on.

By performing a check of your website before making any changes, starting search engine optimisation work or developing a new website, you are giving your business the best possible starting point for online success.

What does a website health check include?

  • Usability and technical elements
  • Analytics and tracking
  • Legal requirements
  • SEO (search engine optimisation)
  • CRO (conversion rate optimisation)
  • Content, design and branding
  • Links
  • Keywords usage
  • Social media and much, much more.

After a full website audit has been performed, we will provide you with a complete set of recommendations to improve the quality and performance of your website. Our recommendations are based upon our vast experience in the digital field, along with what we know makes a fantastic website.

Get in touch with us today to learn more about our website audit service

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