Complimentary Site Analysis
Get both opinion and fact about your current website to help you improve both the user’s experience and your bottom line. Please complete the form below and we will get back to you on the following business day.
Our analysis includes;
- On-site SEO analysis
- Search Engine saturation report
- User-interface design & performance suggestions
- Accessibility for mobile and disabled users (w3C compliance)
Why are these factors important?
On-site SEO Analysis
Google, Yahoo and Bing all offer basis suggestions or guidelines for developing search-engine friendly websites in order to better index, or crawl, your website. Important facts include css layouts (no tables), H1 & H2 tags, META tags, W3C compliance, sufficient and readable content; just to name a few. If you want more clients or customers, pleasing the search engines should be a high priority in your next website re-design.
Search Engine Saturation
Determining what keywords result in users finding your website can help you determine what kind of products or services to offer or feature, and it can help you understand where your marketing plan may need improvement. If your website is not being indexed (crawled) at all, this may encourage you to re-think your website AND marketing plan. Knowing and understanding the market for your product can also help determine if internet marketing is a good investment for your business.
User Interface and Performance Suggestions
It’s not always easy to be critical of your own website. Often times, website owners become so familiar with their website that they may not realize that someone who is new to a website may not have as easy a time navigating the site as it’s owner. A site owner may not realize that their website is slower than their competition, resulting in lost business. All of these are important factors in getting and keeping visitors on your site.
Accessibility for Disabled and Mobile Users
Disabled users are not just blind folks using screen readers to navigate the web – it can also include the 8% of men who are red-green color blind, and older folks who may not be able to easily read small text. Making sure that your website is accessible to everyone increases the chances of getting and keeping a small percentage of users who might otherwise have left you behind.
With the introduction of mobile browsing becoming more and more common, it is essential to have a mobile-friendly version of your website. By 2013 all cell phones will have mobile browsing capabilities – will you be left behind?