While everything might look fine and dandy on the front end of your website, if you are not making sales and conversions there may be underlying problems that you are not yet even aware of.
If you are asking yourself the question “do I need to fix my WordPress site?”, then there is a good chance that the answer is yes! But don’t start forking over money to a repair service just yet…
Below we have an infographic courtesy of Chris Naish (author of ‘Internet Business Insights‘) that shows ten common reasons why your website might not be doing the job it was designed for.
Have a browse through, see if you can find out what is wrong on your site using the suggested tests, and if you can put things right yourself, all well and good…
but if not, that’s why we are here! Just holler on our contact page and we’ll take a look for you.
Problems you might be having:
That’s just the tip of the iceberg, of course. There are lots of difficult to diagnose reasons for a badly performing website, that the inexperienced webmaster might come across.
Some of these problems such as loading speed and SEO optimization can be overcome by installing (and correctly setting up) specialized plugins.
Moving hosts, while not the simplest of procedures can usually be done the same day by an experienced company.
Others problems such as visitor usability and conversions require quite a bit more work to overcome as testing and analysis is of course required.
The first step of course is the diagnosis, so take a look at the infographic, run the tests, and see if anything jumps out that you can put right today.
Infographic courtesy of NoHatDigital.com
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