A Healthy Website:
- Contains no malware and has strong security
- Displays optimally on each screen it’s viewed on
- Loads quickly
It may be tempting to treat your website as a one-time endeavor. You’ve made it and it’s done.
However, with the ever-increasing changes in technology, a website can fall into “ill health.”
Our Website Health Check gives you objective information on critical areas of your website.
What We Check and Why
Security is as much a process as a product. Hackers get more clever over time and security specialists find news ways to block their exploits. These exploits can compromise your users data, alter your website, or take it down altogether. This is why checking website security is critical.
Mobile traffic was responsible for 52.2% of Internet traffic in 2018 and continues to grow. According to Google, 61% of users are unlikely to return to a site on mobile if they had trouble accessing it and 40% visit a competitor’s site instead.
Responsive web design displays your content adjusted to each device a site is viewed on, mobile to big screen. Even if you have responsive web design, it’s important to check your site periodically to ensure that content or technology changes haven’t compromised users’ ability to access your content.
How fast your site loads strongly influences whether your visitors stay or go. 53% of mobile site visits are abandoned if pages take longer than three seconds to load. But mobile pages take on average 15.3 seconds to fully load a mobile page.
Site speed affect user in many ways. Slow sites cause site abandonment, shorter visits, fewer recommendations for your website, and fewer purchases.
There are many ways to speed a site up. Knowing what the issues are is the first step.
We review your website and give you objective criteria about your website’s security, mobile display, and performance. We share what we have uncovered to empower you in making decisions.
Our path forward is simple:
You fill out this form.
We review your website.
We meet to share our findings with you.