While I haven’t seen this supposed unseasonably warm weather that is going around, yesterday was officially the beginning of spring. And with spring comes the big spring clean – dumping out all the stuff we don’t need or use from our closets and kitchens.
I love the feeling of clearing out the deadwood, and leaving space for the anew. Honestly, I just like having some breathing room.
But have you considered giving your website a bit of a spring clean?
A spring clean for your website can easily be finished in less than a day; a few hours, if you’ve got yourself organized (and you’re able to make most of the tweaks yourself, or have your IT folks on the line).
I’ve looked through my notes of the last few website critiques that I have personally done, and rounded up 10 easy things you can check on your own site. Do you pass this 7 point checklist?
The idea here is that you don’t need to spend all day writing blog posts, updating media pages, or reviewing stats. Close down Twitter (yes, I just said close Twitter down), put your phone on silent, and focus on identifying tweaks. The path to more effective websites is made of small steps, not giant leaps.
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