Website Health Check
How Healthy is Your Website?
Every website needs TLC (tender loving care) and if it doesn’t get the right kind of care then things can start to go wrong, go slow, or parts stop working all together.
This is where my Website Health Check can give the jump-start your website needs. The Website Health Check will give you an overview of the different aspects of your website and identify areas that might not be working so great.
So, what does it cover?
How does it look?
How your website displays across different devices is fundamental to how your visitors view your website. Let’s see how your website displays.
2. User Experience
How easy is it to use?
Can users navigate easily and understand exactly what it is you do and how you can help them? Can they easily get in touch with you or find helpful resources?
Can anyone find you?
Your website needs to be found online. Just because you have a website does not automatically mean you will be found, even by a ‘super sleuth’.
What can visitors do?
You want visitors to take a certain action when they visit your website. Is your messaging clear on what actions you want your visitors to take?
How fast is your site?
First impressions count. A slow-loading website will put visitors off and impact your ranking factor with search engines.
Is your site secure?
Security is fundamental for your website. Keeping it up to date and backed up is a crucial element to keep it protected and secure.
How a Website Audit Works
Complete a Brief
To start the ball rolling you will need to complete a website brief. This will only take a few minutes of your time but will give me the essential information I require to assess your needs.
Can I help?
Once I receive your brief, I will evaluate if we are a good fit to work together and whether I am able to help you with your website audit. If I can help you, then I will arrange a 30-minute assessment call with you over Zoom or by phone.
Green Light for Go
When both parties are ready to proceed, then payment is arranged securely. I will need access to your website to begin the audit.
Report and Results
You will receive a copy of the report together with a video ‘talk-through’ to explain the content. Once you have consumed the report, we can agree your priorities and the next steps we will take together.
Based on the findings of the audit report, the most immediate needs for the website will be prioritised and a plan of action put in place. The audit includes 2 hours of work to implement priority needs. The audit will also include a future action plan for you to take away.
The findings of the report oulined in your action plan can be taken away so you can make improvements yourself should you wish. Alternatively, The Umbrella Care Plans are the perfect way to deliver ongoing improvements to your website on a monthly basis on a monthly budget. Options on how we can work with you in this way can be discussed.
How Much is a Website Audit?
The investment for your website audit is £499
This includes analysis and reporting. It also includes up to 2 hours of support time to make some initial changes that will have the maximum impact on your website as it stands today.
There will be further recommendations that you can take with you. I can suggest a way forward how we can work together on an ongoing basis to support you through these changes.
By working together I can help you make continuous improvements in the future. Not only from a technical point of view, but also to consider ways you can grow your website and make your website work as hard as you do.
How to Request a Website Audit
Simply complete the online brief to provide some background about your website and the current problems you need help with.
Once I receive your information (which I promise will take no more than 5 minutes of your time) this gives me the opportunity to learn more about you, your business and how best I can help you. It also means that our 30-minute consultation call is much more constructive and valuable to you.
Get Your Guide to Website Success
Today’s consumers are adept at searching for the information they need online to help them with their buying decisions. Your website could be the first thing that your potential customers will see when they are conducting their research.
To help your visitor’s website experience be one that is productive it’s important that your website performs as best it can. My short guide contains six key areas that you should focus your attention on, to ensure that your website delivers success for your business and creates a positive experience for potential clients.